Special Presentation: The Bible from Memory

by Creation Museum on June 29, 2011

July 18–22 at the Creation Museum

Tom Meyer will be returning to the Creation Museum this July. Last year, guests were privileged to hear him present Genesis chapters one through eleven from memory. He will again be presenting from Genesis, and on two days he will recite the entire book of Revelation.

Tom’s presentation from Genesis includes reciting of the creation of the world, the Garden of Eden, a talking snake, the first murder, men who lived to be almost 1000 years old, giants, the flood of the world, and the Tower of Babel. For an entire week he will be performing each day at 12 noon in the museum’s Special Effects Theater. These sessions will be a remarkable time as you listen to chapters of ancient Biblical history that are so foundational to the rest of the Bible, and all Christian doctrine.

When Tom recites Revelation, it is a very unique opportunity for you to be blessed by hearing the Word of God spoken from memory (Revelation 1:3) and to be challenged to memorize the Word of God. Come and listen to these ancient words concerning the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the creation of the new heaven and the new earth spoken dramatically from memory.

Tom is a student and missionary in Israel, where he just finished up his second Master's Degree at Jerusalem University College. Tom was recently married to Sarah Oakes in Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost. They work with Wordsower International Ministries, which tells portions and books of the Word of God from memory all over the world. Tom also teaches a class on memorizing Scripture at a Bible college in northern California and is the author of the book Oral Transmission in Judaism and Christianity: A Case for Memorization.

These presentations take place at 12:00 each day July 18 through 22. Entry is free with paid museum admission or museum membership. You can learn more about Tom Meyer at his website.