It's already a sad thing that these scientists are turning their backs against the reality of God. But it's even sadder that they are trying to influence young minds to do the same. I'll never recommend that kids be brought to museums like this unless they are grounded in the teachings of the Bible, especially on the topic of origins. With all the high-tech means museums are using to push their beliefs on people's throats, it will be very easy, not only for kids, but for adults as well, to embrace an atheistic worldview.
How I wish the Creation Museum of Answers in Genesis have branches all around the world so that, at least, both views could be presented to people. I truly believe that if only people will be unbiased in looking at Christians' evidence for believing that God was the Creator of everything in the universe which He made in just six days some 6,000 years ago, the Bible's claims on origin will make sense. But the problem is, we are not given the same amount of chance to prove our point. Why can't science museums like the one I went to today likewise present the Christian belief and then let each person decide for himself what he will believe in? Here in the Philippines, the suppression of the Christian worldview is already on high-gear, not only in science museums. Science textbooks from grade school to college are so atheistically one-sided. I speak as someone with first-hand knowledge as I work in the school setting, doing evaluations of textbooks as part of my job.
This is the reason why I agree with Answers in Genesis' plea that pastors in churches must talk more about the topic of origins more, and be sure that what we teach comes directly from the Bible and have no outside influence. Christian schools and parents must also be more active in teaching the Christian worldview to young minds or else, we may one day find out that we've already lost our kids to the enemy.
Vigilance. That's what we need to have more in guarding against what is being fed to our kids' minds. The devil is working double time. We must also work harder now.
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