The Compelling Case for Creation

Hello, I’m zoologist Frank Sherwin, and I’ve been with ICR since 1996. I write science articles, conduct research regarding microbiology and parasitology, and speak on a variety of creation topics. The upcoming Discovery Center is a much-needed addition to the Christian landscape here in Texas and beyond. Materialistic museums abound in all major cities of America. Designers and secular scientists involved with the construction make sure that each and every display gives glory to the creation rather than the Creator (Romans 1). May this never be with the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History.

Our goal is for believers to leave the Discovery Center with a renewed appreciation and reverence for what God did “in the beginning.” An afternoon’s visit will give the Christian visitor a solid apologetic regarding their origin and destiny. In addition, we want to challenge visiting evolutionists with the compelling case for creation and introduce them to their Creator. None of this will be possible unless God’s people step up and partner with us as we plan and map the details of the ICR Discovery Center.

Won’t you help us?

   

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