Genesis Impact: A Christian Tour through Natural History Museums
Millions of people visit Natural History Museums every year. These museums present origins and history through a single viewpoint: evolution over millions of years. But the Bible tells a different story: an Almighty Creator who recently spoke creation into existence, created animals after their kinds and Adam and Eve to rule over them. Do these museums really make better sense of the fossils from the past? Or, does the Bible’s account of Creation, the Fall, and the Flood fit the evidence better?
This book evaluates the 13 leading evidences that are presented in these museums from a both a biblical and scientific perspective: the Human-Chimp 99% Myth, key ape-to-human icons like Ardipithecus ramidus, “Lucy” the Australopithecus, Homo habilis, Neanderthals, the Human Family “Tree,” Darwin’s Finches, the fossil record and transitional forms, Continental drift and Pangea, Dinosaurs, Whale Evolution, historical vs. observational science, and deep time based on radiometric dating. This book holds to a literal narrative of Genesis.
Genesis Impact: Do Natural History Museums Display the Truth About Origins? DVD
Secular museum docent (Reggie McGuire) presents his best case for evolution at the natural history museum. Little does he know that Christina (Hannah Bradley) has a few questions at the end of his talk that turn the tables. Christina’s questions dismantle evolution. Her meek yet powerful presentation of the Bible’s account of origins awaken many to the truth. The Genesis Impact film is ideal for Christians who want to learn how to dismantle the leading “evidences” for evolution. These are displayed in natural history museums. This DVD will help you understand how to view secular museums through a Biblical perspective.
This movie takes on the leading 12 evolutionary icons presented in museums: the Human-Chimp 99% Myth, key ape-to-human icons like Ardipithecus ramidus, “Lucy” the Australopithecus, Homo habilis, Neanderthals, Darwin’s Finches, the fossil record and transitional forms, Continental drift and Pangea, Dinosaurs, Whale Evolution, Historical vs. Observational Science, and Deep Time based on Radiometric Dating. Staged as an interaction between a secular museum docent and a well-versed creationist, the actors go head-to-head on contrasting views over these major evolutionary icons.