God’s Girders—Bones of Our Body

This fascinating class with Dr. David Menton explores bone biology and unveils the elaborate design of our amazing skeletal system. Could all this have come together by dumb luck over millions of years, or was all this intricacy orchestrated by our Creator’s intentional design? You’ll look at your skeleton in a whole new light when you learn about the amazing inner workings and functions of our bones.

Did you know that the bones of our bodies are a perfect blend of both strength and flexibility? If they weren’t strong enough they couldn’t support us and we’d be unable to walk around. On the other hand, if they weren’t flexible enough they’d shatter when we went for a jog. Our life depends on a boney skeleton that is an engineering marvel.

Bones may not look very lively but, if you examine them at the cellular level, you will see that they are hives of activity. Some cells are creating bone while others are busily destroying it. As they work in perfect tandem, the bone grows and is shaped as needed. You’ll see evidence of this via Dr. Menton’s state-of-the-art microscope as it projects the viewing field onto a screen allowing everyone to see.

Examine a full-scale model of an adult skeleton to see how the bones function together. Study boney topics ranging from an infant’s cartilaginous skeleton to osteoporosis. Learn about the growth plates in giants and more.

Through his years of teaching, Dr. Menton gained many anecdotal tidbits and stories and loves sharing his knowledge with Creation Museum guests.

Private Programs

Private workshops can be booked for groups (subject to availability). The minimum group size is 25 and the maximum is 90. To book your private event, please email our programs team or call 888-582-4253 ext. 229.

Dr. David Menton: Dr. Menton has seen audiences of all ages enjoy his well-illustrated (and often humorous) presentations on a variety of fascinating topics.

Dates and Times

June 7, 2019

02:00p.m.

June 21, 2019

02:00p.m.

July 5, 2019

02:00p.m.

July 19, 2019

02:00p.m.

Aug. 2, 2019

02:00p.m.

Aug. 16, 2019

02:00p.m.

Aug. 30, 2019

02:00p.m.

Sept. 13, 2019

02:00p.m.

Oct. 25, 2019

02:00p.m.