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Feb. 1, 2015

  • Zip Line Course Closure
  • Featured Video: Foundations: The Relevance of Genesis

    Feature Presentations - Feb 1st at 3:00pm – 4:00pm

    Foundations: The Relevance of Genesis

    These presentations feature a variety of videos from Answers in Genesis speakers and others which examine a variety of issues relevant to the world today. You'll find all of these presentations for sale in the Answers in Genesis online store.

    In this presentation Ken Ham uses news stories of recent events combined with Scripture to address today’s most pressing issues. This DVD includes scores of photos and illustrations, plus a mini-interview that reveals his passion for helping Christians to truly understand the distressing impact of disregarding the authority of Scripture.

    Visit our store for more information on this product.

    This event is free with paid museum admission or Museum membership. Seating is first come first served.

    • Adult (13+)
    • Family
  • Dino-Mite Readers: One Race, One Blood

    None - Feb 1st at 4:00pm – 4:30pm

    One Race, One Blood

    Children ages 3–8 are invited to join us for Dino-Mite Readers at the Creation Museum. This free program is an interactive and engaging reading time featuring Christian and Creation children's books from the Museum's own Dragon Hall bookstore.

    “And He has made from one blood every nation of men to dwell on all the face of the earth.” Acts 17:26. The disobedient descendants of Noah decided to stay in one place, building a tall tower that they hoped would help keep them all together. When the Lord saw their disobedience, He was displeased—as He is with all disobedience—and He confused the language of the people so they couldn't understand each other. Understanding what happened at the Tower of Babel is key to understanding the origin of nations, “races,” prejudice, and much more!

    Dino-Mite Readers is an interactive and engaging reading time featuring Christian and Creation children’s books from the Museum’s own Dragon Hall bookstore. Each session is 30 minutes. The current reading schedule is Sundays at 4:00 and Monday through Friday at 2:00.

    This program is free with paid Museum admission or Museum membership.

    • Family
    • Kids

Feb. 2, 2015

  • Zip Line Course Closure
  • Featured Presenter: Joe Owen "The Origin of the Supposed 'Races' "

    Feature Presentations - Feb 2nd at 12:00pm – 1:00pm

    Joe Owen "The Origin of the Supposed 'Races' "

    with Joe Owen

    These powerful presentations from Answers in Genesis’s dynamic speakers examine a variety of topics including the relevance of Genesis in today’s world.

    Many people today are confused about the origin of the so-called “races” of people on the earth. But the Bible and accepted scientific principles provide easy-to-understand answers. This presentation may challenge your entire way of thinking on this important topic.

    This event is free with paid museum admission or Museum membership. Seating is first come first served.

    • Adult (13+)
    • Family
  • Dino-Mite Readers: One Race, One Blood

    None - Feb 2nd at 2:00pm – 2:30pm

    One Race, One Blood

    Children ages 3–8 are invited to join us for Dino-Mite Readers at the Creation Museum. This free program is an interactive and engaging reading time featuring Christian and Creation children's books from the Museum's own Dragon Hall bookstore.

    “And He has made from one blood every nation of men to dwell on all the face of the earth.” Acts 17:26. The disobedient descendants of Noah decided to stay in one place, building a tall tower that they hoped would help keep them all together. When the Lord saw their disobedience, He was displeased—as He is with all disobedience—and He confused the language of the people so they couldn't understand each other. Understanding what happened at the Tower of Babel is key to understanding the origin of nations, “races,” prejudice, and much more!

    Dino-Mite Readers is an interactive and engaging reading time featuring Christian and Creation children’s books from the Museum’s own Dragon Hall bookstore. Each session is 30 minutes. The current reading schedule is Sundays at 4:00 and Monday through Friday at 2:00.

    This program is free with paid Museum admission or Museum membership.

    • Family
    • Kids
  • OsteoBlast!

    Discover the Truth - Feb 2nd at 2:30pm – 3:30pm

    OsteoBlast!

    with David Menton

    $3.50

    Join Dr. Menton in this fascinating class on bone biology and discover the intricacies of our amazing skeletal system. You’ll examine bones at the microscopic, cellular level studying the elaborate structure that enables them to function. You’ll also learn how they fit together and work as whole in the human skeleton. Come have a blast, an Osteoblast, in this fun and educational workshop!

    Come join Dr. Menton in this amazing class on bone biology. Discover our amazing skeletal system as you view bones in the microscope, shake hands with a skeleton, and have a blast in this fun and fantastic workshop!

    Tickets are $3.50 with museum admission; Members and Passholders receive a 10% discount off on-site purchases. This workshop is sponsored by Bob Jones University.

    • Adult (13+)
    • Family
    • Kids
  • Featured Video: Global Warming

    Feature Presentations - Feb 2nd at 3:00pm – 3:45pm

    Global Warming

    These presentations feature a variety of videos from Answers in Genesis speakers and others which examine a variety of issues relevant to the world today. You'll find all of these presentations for sale in the Answers in Genesis online store.

    This bold documentary is an exciting and important tool for all who face the rampant misinformation propagated by ecological alarmists. Global Warming addresses subjects that most others won’t touch, including misinformation which is contained in Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth.

    You can learn more about this DVD in our bookstore.

    This presentation is free with paid museum admission or Museum membership. Seating is first come first served.

    • Adult (13+)
    • Family