The Creation Museum is the first news item (see scan from report) in the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitor’s Bureau year-end report for 2007.
Skeptics, both Christian and non-Christian, did not believe many would come to the Creation Museum. However, more and more people are coming—the word is spreading. This week has started out extremely busy. We have had over 340,000 visitors now with just over two months to the 12-month anniversary.
All sorts of special events are being planned for the one-year anniversary week—keep watch on the Creation Museum website for details.
SURPRISING WHO RECOMMENDS THE CREATION MUSEUM
A writer for a well-known travel book series based in the U.K. was here at the museum last week. Though British, the man writes primarily about the best things to see and do in the U.S., Europe (Greece in particular), and India. He may include the museum in an upcoming U.S. travel guide.
The day after he visited, he sent us this email:
The technology employed there is amazing. There was also a lively and friendly vibe about the place.DEVOTION
Although I have more of a unitarian spiritual philosophy that celebrates the wisdom and validity of all the great faiths, and I certainly don’t subscribe to the literalist interpretation of the Bible, I can heartily recommend anyone to go and see for themselves.
BreakUNITED KINGDOM SPEAKING TOUR
(Gal 1:15-16) But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother’s womb, and called me by his grace, To reveal his Son in me, that I might preach him among the heathen; immediately I conferred not with flesh and blood:
We break with the world, then He calls, reveals & we preach. No preaching without our seeing, no seeing without a calling, no calling without a break with the world.
For those in the United Kingdom—my speaking tour begins this Friday. You can obtain details of location and times from the AiG website.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying.