DO NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS DISPLAY THE TRUTH ABOUT ORIGINS? THERE IS ANOTHER VIEW.
Millions of people stream into Natural History Museums every year where they are presented the idea that life evolved on earth over millions of years. Is there a different view? Yes, there certainly is, and we believe the Bible presents the viewpoint about origins and earth’s history that actually fits the evidence. 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. The Genesis Impact movie (released this Fall!) is just the start—for those who want to dive deeper into a Biblical worldview on the 12 leading “evolutionary icons” presented in Museums, we are developing 12 training videos and a museum guidebook.
We are releasing in-depth training videos about each of the 12 evolutionary topics covered in the Genesis Impact movie. A book is also forthcoming--useful for families and ministries for giving God-honoring tours in secular museums! Here are the videos we’ve released so far:
The Fossil Record and “Transitional Forms”
Continental Drift or Catastrophic Plate Tectonics?
Pangea: Continental “Drift” or “Sprint” During Noah’s Flood?
Deep Time and Radiometric Dating
Observational vs. Historical Science
Genesis Impact Book - Download
Where do we Stand on Genesis?
Our ministry and this movie holds firmly to the historical account of Genesis, the same position maintained by leading Biblical Creation Ministries such as Answers in Genesis, the Institute for Creation Research, Creation Ministries International, and others.