Last weekend I had a business trip to Kentucky. My wife was attending a conference/workshop in Bowling Green. But we decided to make a vacation of it first and visited a couple of places that just made the trip even more worthwhile.
First up was the Creation Museum in Petersburg. There are exhibits under construction here so a return trip is needed. But as the name states this museum takes the visitor from Creation through the present time and touches on God’s promises for the future. All from a Biblical perspective.
It does answer questions about the age of the earth, the dinosaurs, and many of the historical events in the Bible and how those events have impacted our lives and perceptions today.
The second stop was in Williamstown. Here is the Ark Encounter. A life-sized replica of Noah’s Ark. Complete with animal replicas and their cages too. This is the largest wooden structure in the world and is full of details on how it worked and would have fulfilled God’s plan to save Noah’s family and the land animals from the destruction of the world wide flood.
This exhibit also goes into the science behind the Flood and the building of the Ark and how it would have worked according to God’s plan. It also goes into the science behind the aftermath of the catastrophic Flood.
Both of these are a must see. Especially for a Believer. And even more so for anyone else. We plan on going back for a second look later this year.