Father’s House Foundation is proud to provide funding to the Creation Evidence Museum.  We have supported this museum, which is one of the few places in the world displaying scientific evidence for creation,  for many years, and with your support look forward to suporting them for years to come.  Below is some information about the Creation Evidence Museum obtained from their website.

The Creation Evidence Museum is a non-profit educational museum chartered in Texas in 1984 for the purpose of researching and displaying scientific evidence for creation. As such, the museum sponsors paleontological and archaeological excavations in addition to other extensive research projects. Dr. Carl Baugh, the museum’s Founder and Director, originally came to Glen Rose, Texas to critically examine claims of human and dinosaur co-habitation. He conducted extensive excavations along the Paluxy River, with appropriate permission of the landowners. These original excavations yielded human footprints among dinosaur footprints (see the Director’s doctoral dissertation).  He then realized that a museum needed to be established in order to appropriately display this evidence, along with sustained excavations and other areas of scientific research for creation.

On the first Saturday of each month, Director Carl Baugh gives the “Director’s Lecture Series”, held at the museum with a different scientific topic presented each month.

About Dr. Carl Baugh:

Founder and Director of Creation Evidence Museum, Glen Rose, Texas

Scientific Research Director for world’s first Hyperbaric Biosphere

Scientific Research Director for water reclamation and energized plant systems

Discoverer and Excavation Director of fourteen dinosaurs, including Acrocanthosaurus in Texas and Diplodocus in Colorado