WFAA News Highlights the ICR Discovery Center | The Institute for Creation Research
WFAA News Highlights the ICR Discovery Center

With Easter approaching, many people have a heightened interest in matters of faith and spirituality. Local WFAA news reporter Jobin Panicker chose this “holy week” to visit the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History. He interviewed ICR Research Associate Dr. Brian Thomas and Discovery Center Director Chris Kinman about our purpose in this project and who we hope will visit.

ICR is building the Discovery Center to encourage Christian faith with scientific evidence that supports the accuracy and authority of Scripture. Young and old alike will enjoy exploring the wonders of God’s creation as they learn how to view the world from a biblical perspective. We’re pleased to get the word out about the Discovery Center to more people in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, and we look forward to opening our doors to visitors from near and far once the exhibit hall is complete.

Click here to view the WFAA news report.

To stay up to date on the latest ICR Discovery Center news, please visit our ICR Discovery Center page or connect with ICR on social media.

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