Now here is a surprise for you—a “godless atheist” who visited the Creation Museum gave a lecture at Purdue University yesterday against the Creation Museum. A “godless atheist” would disagree with what the Creation Museum teaches?!
The lecture was described this way:
When Dinosaurs Walk with God—A godless biologist’s trip to the Creation Museum Presentation . . . President of the Society of Non-Theists and Purdue senior majoring in Genetics and Evolution . . . This summer [she] visited the Creation Museum, a multi-million dollar enterprise by Answers in Genesis to spread the gospel of literal Biblical Creation. The museum teaches that the Earth is only 6,000 years old, evolution is a lie, and human reason and science are dangerous. Its child friendly [sic] environment complete with animatronic dinosaurs and a petting zoo is worrisome, to say the least. She’ll be presenting a virtual tour of the museum with some commentary and rebuttals of the scientific inaccuracies seen within (did you know that a T-Rex [sic] was a vegetarian until the fall of man?). There will be time for a Q&A session at the end.Of course it is no surprise this person mocks the Bible’s account of origins—she’s an atheist! And one of the mantras of these atheists is that they vehemently attack the Creation Museum because children visit and are challenged concerning what to believe about origins. Of course, what is no surprise is that the atheists want to indoctrinate children in atheistic evolution and that there is no God.
And it would be no surprise to you that they don’t complain about the thousands upon thousands of children who visit the secular evolutionist museums, including the specialist children’s museums across the country where they are presented with atheistic and evolutionary ideas as fact—with no suggestion there could even be a different way of looking at things. (At the Creation Museum, children and adults are told about different ways of looking at the same evidence, and, so, we present the evolution belief system, but we do take a strong stand on the biblical account nonetheless).
By the way, one of our supporters who lives near the Purdue campus attended the anti-Creation Museum lecture and will give us a summary soon. I may share some of his report with you here on this blog.
Recently, AiG personnel visited the Indianapolis Children’s Museum—located about an hour south of the Purdue campus. This museum was voted the leading children’s museum in America today by the Association of Children’s Museums.
In the very popular dinosaur exhibit, millions of years is presented numerous times as fact. But also look at the other sign—there are neither “good” nor “bad” values or beliefs—just different ones.
- Atheists today (like the one from Purdue University) claim Christianity is “bad,” that children should not be exposed to Christianity—but, of course, they can be exposed to everything else, and as far as everything else is concerned it is neither “good” nor “bad”—only Christianity is bad!
- This is indoctrinating children not only in atheistic evolution, but indoctrinating them to believe that morality is relative—that there really are no rules—one can do what one wants (except believe in Christian morality, of course).
Extrapolate our opinionThanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
(Numbers 13:26–28) And they went and came to Moses, and to Aaron, and to all the congregation of the children of Israel, unto the wilderness of Paran, to Kadesh; and brought back word unto them, and unto all the congregation, and showed them the fruit of the land. And they told him, and said, We came unto the land where you sent us, and surely it flows with milk and honey; and this is the fruit of it. Nevertheless the people are strong that dwell in the land, and the cities are walled, and very great.
The Lord Jesus Christ allows us in life to discover His wonderful provisions and love; He waits to see how we extrapolate our opinion of who He is and how able He is.