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I sometimes use this blog to share some of the behind-the-scenes activities at the Creation Museum and AiG, including mentioning some of the media outlets that continue to drop by, tour the museum, and interview us. On just one upcoming day, we will have a TV crew coming from Australia, and earlier that same day we will be visited by a newspaper reporter from Denmark.
As he emphasized the final three words of that passage, Pastor LaRuffa pointed out that there might be ministries who don’t want to speak the truth with boldness, but instead present warm and fuzzy messages. There needs to be a balance, he said, between extending grace and proclaiming truth. For example, he was kind enough to share with our staff that in our recent debate with Bill Nye, we did not come across as harsh—that we presented the truth, including the gospel, with boldness yet with a sincere heart for Bill Nye and the secularists watching the debate. Thank you, Pastor LaRuffa.
Dave now works with an organization called Biblical Ministries Worldwide based near Atlanta, Georgia. In this photo, you can see Dave and his wife Joy on the right, just after he spoke to our staff, along with AiG’s Mark Looy and my son Jeremy. The Rozelles have known our family going back to the early 1990s, so we thought it would be good to have them catch up with Jeremy.
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