West Bend, WI – Dave and Mary Weigand of the Town of West Bend have been presenting biblical creation at numerous county fairs for the past 15 years. The Weigands had been using rented booths but in 2021 they built and launched a brand-new traveling museum – Genesis Walk.
As you enter the Genesis Walk Museum you will first come to the Hall of Questions. Many of us wonder: Does God really exist? How did Noah get all the animals on the ark? Is evolution true? Did God use evolution? If God is good, why do we suffer? Why do people around the world look different? What happened to the dinosaurs?
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Moving forward you will enter the Creation Room. Here you will watch a 6-minute video of what occurred in Creation Week. There will be 7 colorful, creative posters giving details of each day. Throughout all this will be displays pointing to the Everlasting God!
As you leave the “very good” creation week you will view the timeline of history from Adam to Christ. Paradise was lost when Adam and Eve sinned, but God provided a sacrifice to cover them. The world continued to spiral into wickedness demonstrated by Cain and Able. The world was so wicked God sent the judgment of a worldwide flood, but God provided an ark to save all who believed. God told Noah the rainbow was a promise there would never again be a worldwide flood. God scattered the languages at the Tower of Babel. God provides a sacrifice for Abraham. The blood of the Passover lamb saved all who believed.
The museum is full of observational science that answers your questions and confirms the Bible is true. What about the supposed ape-men? Why do animals look similar? Is natural selection biblical? When does life begin? Is there design in DNA? What is the difference between a species and a kind? How old is the Earth? How do fossils form? Is there evidence for a worldwide flood? Does the geologic column show evolution? Does the Bible talk about dinosaurs? When did the dinosaurs live?
The Genesis Walk Museum is available for public events fairs, festivals, churches, and school groups. For more information or to send a donation, email [email protected]