Dan Fisher Visits the Creation Museum

by Creation Museum on September 15, 2011

Dan Fisher serves as the chief elder and senior pastor at Trinity Baptist Church in Yukon, Oklahoma. As a pastor who is actively engaged in the fight to return America to its founding principles, Dan speaks from the perspective of one who is on the “front lines.”  He will be coming to the Creation Museum on October 10 to share two signature presentations in a free evening event.

At 6:30 Dan will present “Seven Lies We’re Being Told about America.” How often have you heard that the Constitution demands a “strict separation between church and state” or that “deists and atheists” founded America? Are these statements true? Dan proposes that most Americans are completely unaware of the “true” history of our nation’s founding, and consequently they believe things that simply are not true, or we are unable to defend the truth even if we know it. In this presentation he discusses seven of the most often told and believed lies about America.

After a short break Dan will then present “Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment” at 7:50. The British called patriot pastors the “Black Robed Regiment” and blamed them for the Revolution. These pastors preached politics from their pulpits and led their congregations off to war. Yet, most modern American pastors haven’t even heard of them. In this presentation, Dan Fisher will give a brief history of these “patriot pastors” of the Revolution and show why he believes we need them today.

Dan Fisher has served Senior Pastor of Trinity Baptist Church since 1992. For more information on Dan please visit

5:30–6:30  Bookstore open, snacks available

6:00  Legacy Hall opens

6:30–7:20  Seven Lies We’re Being Told about America

7:20–7:50  Intermission with bookstore open and snacks available

7:50–9:00  Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment

9:00–9:15  Q&A in Legacy Hall Lobby

This event is free and open to the public; no Creation Museum ticket or membership is required for admission. Reasonably priced snacks, soft drinks, and coffee will be available for purchase throughout the first part of the evening. You will also be able to browse a wide selection of resources and gifts from the Creation Museum bookstore just outside of Legacy Hall.