It's Just My Opinion
If you're like me, there are some values you believe are missing in the public arena, especially so in our public museums. I don't believe God has to be explained away from science, school, government or history. I do believe there is more truth in the historical Bible than in the opinions of man. We are fortunate to be living in a time when so much evidence abounds supporting the creation historical account.
We are unfortunate to be living in ignorance of most of that information. Given a choice, I think many people would not knowingly want to be kept in the dark. Being blindly led does not make us comfortable, especially if we hear trouble and screams ahead. It's just more comforting to be led when the lights are off than to be alone. But, there is a choice that turns on the light of knowledge so we do not have to be blindly led -- accept an opportunity to build, equip, and run a new local creation organization.
It will include the evolutional stories also, not because they are true, but because they look so dark compared to the light of knowledge. It will also include the straight biblical history concerning how God created and how He changed the world by His intervention.
Our origins are bound up in our beliefs. In fact, our beliefs affect what we believe, despite the facts or circumstances. At best we can study and study and choose to ignore one viewpoint, because we choose to believe the other. Proof of our origins is beyond the ability of the scientific method, even for evolution. Evolution gets around this by redefining what science is; namely, it is natural events without God. God is excluded by definition. To include God in any form is to mean it is not science even if the facts indicate God should be a possibility. We are intelligent people, but having more information and experience does help us to reach more robust solutions.