Creation & Earth History Museum Day: Free Family Fun and Learning

Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free entry to the museum and activities like guest speaker Ray Comfort, grand opening of new exhibits, reptile encounter, petting zoo, face painting and more.

Christian apologists Ray Comfort and Darek Isaacs will speak at the Creation and Earth History Museum's seventh annual Museum Day on Saturday, September 29.  The museum, located at 10946 Woodside Ave. in Santee, will unveil its Age of the Earth and Tabernacle exhibits during the free event, which runs 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

“This is the most significant expansion we have offered to San Diego since the opening of the 2,400-square-foot Human Anatomy exhibit in 2011”, said Tom Cantor, founder of Life and Light Foundation that runs the museum. 

About the Speakers:

Darek Isaacs of Jacksonville, Ala., is founder of the ministry Watchmen 33, which focuses on defending the Bible.  Author of The Extinction of Evolution and Dragons or Dinosaurs, he also produced the film Dragons and Dinosaurs

Ray Comfort is a New Zealand-born author, minister, and evangelist well known for his “open air” apologetic encounters accompanied by actor Kirk Cameron.  He founded Living Waters Publications and The Way of the Master ministry in Bellflower, Calif.

About the New Exhibits:

The Age of the Earth Cave will present rare minerals and data with explanations defending a young Earth view while dealing with today's common dating methods such as Carbon 14, Radio Isotopes, and Helium Argon processes.  The 300-square-foot exhibit offers the experience of touring an underground cavern.

The Tabernacle is a 2,015-square-foot expansion to the museum's building that will feature a theatre seating presentation on the Old Testament tabernacle.  A narration given by Museum Owner Tom Cantor (a Messianic Jew) will be accompanied by directional light changes highlighting items such as a scaled replica of the Tabernacle, the Holy of Holies and the Ark of the Covenant, and priests in their religious garments using utensils of priestly service.  The exhibit models one Cantor already has at a Scantibodies facility in Tecate, Mexico.

Both exhibits are self-guided tours, as are all the museum's facilities.

The event, which is sponsored by the Smithsonian magazine, also will include a live “Creeping Things” reptile encounter, a petting zoo, animal balloons, and face-painting.  Light refreshments will be served throughout the day along with food available for purchase by Krispy Kreme Donuts and Chick-fil-A.  The museum's bookstore will feature new titles, special sales, and raffle prizes during the event.

For more information, visit the museum's website at www.creationsd.org.

See photos from a previous Museum Day

Dani Marie September 30, 2012 at 07:07 AM
Your kidding?right?
Phil September 30, 2012 at 12:55 PM
Wow, I hope we keep this garbage out of Santee's schools.


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