Answers Museum Already Making A Difference
Creation Museum touches lives - Workers sharing faith even before building opens
Jeremy Huff is sawing, measuring and shaping the planks that will make up part of Noah's Ark.
He is a carpenter. He is also a Christian. And he never thought this would happen to him.
He never thought that one day, he would find the church again. Or that one day, he would read the Bible to his children, and together, they would discuss its meaning.
He most certainly did not expect that he would be "saved" on the job.
But there is a feeling here, in this place. Amid the construction and painting, workers at the Answers in Genesis Creation Museum in Petersburg say they are completing something special.
They say God's work is being carried out on a daily basis.
Of course, the article misrepresents creationist views when it says "[Creationists believe] that dozens of dinosaurs were passengers on Noah's Ark." There was actually only need for one pair of dinosaurs, because of rapid speciation and the fact that they didn't have to bring one of every species (IE, finch, robin, cardinal, sparrow, etc.) but only one kind of bird.