Sunday, November 18, 2012

Deepest Thoughts

As I type this entry, we are about to head home after spending a few days here at the Creation Museum. I am ill-equipped to explain to readers what I am feeling after this time here. I want to gather my thoughts before I substantively comment on the Museum's mission. I felt like the men on the road to Emmaus with the Lord; after they heard the truth, they stated, "weren't our hearts ablaze within us . . .?"  My heart was and is certainly ablaze within me after hearing the truth of God's Word represented in such a dynamic way.
Hollywood figures and even members of our extended family have belittled the Museum and the message it represents--but they also belittle our Savior and demean His Word by picking and choosing what to believe and what to dismiss. I think that many who reject Creation Science do so because they believe that if they don't do so, they will seem uninformed at best, stupid at worst. Children are now taught that Evolution is a fact, not a theory.  When the Georgia school system wanted to place a disclaimer on student textbooks in public schools which stated that Evolution was a theory to be explored and not proven fact, former President Jimmy Carter went absolutely nuts.  He declared that Georgia schools would be the laughing stock of the world.  How can he dismiss so much of the Bible?

More later. We need to pack and load up the van.

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