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Appalachian Bible College Returns to the Creation Museum

by Creation Museum on October 21, 2014

 

An annual trip to the Creation Museum is a part of the curriculum for a course at Appalachian Bible College: PS105 Freshman Seminar.

Appalachian Bible College Worldview Group

This course has three overarching objectives:

  1. Spiritual life foundational issues
  2. Study skills foundational issues
  3. Understanding of and importance of having a biblical worldview
To that end, here are some of the topics addressed, along with the assignments that the students do as a result of the Creation Museum trip: From the list of exhibits or presentations that the students are involved with at the Creation Museum, they must do the following for at least one of them: To facilitate the above, Appalachian Bible College arrives at the museum on Thursday for two lectures and on Friday there are two more lectures, plus the planetarium and the “Men in White” presentation; then they work their way through the museum. Calvary Baptist Church in Covington, KY, has housed this group for all five years that they have done this, and the trip is funded by a generous donor to Appalachian Bible College for this specific purpose.