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The Institute for Creation Research To Open New Museum in Texas

Elevate Christian Network :: News and Events

The Institute for Creation Research (ICR) has unveiled plans to build a state-of-the-art museum that will teach youth and adults alike the biblical account of the history of creation. They are a Christian group headquartered in Dallas, Texas that conducts scientific research and educates people on the Holy Bible’s teachings through a variety of outreaches.

After more than four decades of ministry and many years of planning and preparation, ICR announced plans to build a 30,000-square foot creation science museum adjacent to their offices in Dallas. The ICR continues to expand its work and influence in each of these three areas of ministry: research, education and communication.

The Institute for Creation Research exists to conduct scientific research within the realms of origins and earth history, and then to educate the public both formally and informally through graduate and professional training programs, through conferences and seminars around the country, and through media outlets.

They are endeavoring to impact the lives and ministries of pastors, teachers, students, and families with the wonders of God’s creation.  Read full story…christiannews.net

Video courtesy of:  Dallas Museum of Science and Earth History from Institute for Creation Research on Vimeo.

 

Dallas Museum of Science and Earth History – The Institute for Creation Research

Dallas Museum of Science and Earth History - The Institute for Creation Research

*Photo courtesy of The Institute for Creation Research (ICR)

 

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