Our Values

  • The Museum of Natural Science and History (MNSH) will always present scientific and historical evidence in an unbiased, raw format. The theories presented in each exhibit must not contradict the evidence.
  • A universe that is billions of years old and the evolution of life on this planet are two theories. They are not facts, although taught as facts in schools and presented as undeniable truths in books. The museum will demonstrate that there are other theories that explain the observed evidence more consistently, more completely. Presenting these two sides of science will allow individuals to develop informed ideas and beliefs by seeing the available options.
  • The major theory presented in the museum is that of creation; that the universe has a recent origin (is young) and life did not evolve but was created.
  • Observations in all fields of science provide the evidence of creation.
  • Observations can only see the present, not the past. Fossils exist in the present, we find them now, we see the state they are in now. From this scientists extrapolate what happened in the past. This extrapolation is theory, not fact.
  • The view that knowledge and/or truth may be divided under the categories secular and religious has no factual basis. It is a straw man argument and rejected.
  • The days in the Bible, the book of Genesis, chapter 1, represent six [6] consecutive twenty-four [24] hour days.
  • The Noachian Flood was a real event causing significant geological changes to our world.
  • The museum will not attempt to deceive anyone in any way. We are open to critical thinking, serious examination of the evidence, by anyone who can do so in an unbiased way, without preconceived beliefs.
  • The museum will be a member of the CCCC (Canadian Council of Christian Charities), to ensure proper accounting principles are followed. This will be implemented once the museum is ready to open.
  • All employees of the museum are born again believers in Jesus Christ and active members of a church local to their place of residence.
  • Each employee believes the theories, mission, vision, and values of the museum.
  • Employess working in each exhibit understand and are able to explain the evidence presented in the exhibits and the theories based on that evidence.