Creation Museum | Books | Videos | Fossil Shop
The Genesis Expo is the largest Creation Museum in the UK, managed by the Charity known as the Creation Science Movement – CSM. The Genesis Expo is located on The Hard in the touristic heart of Portsmouth, a minutes walk from the railway station at Portsmouth Harbour, opposite the bus station, within view of the Historic Dockyard and HMS Warrior; so there is plenty to see for a whole day out for all the family.
Greeting the visitors in the entrance hall is “Boris”, a giant 20 ft. long model of a Dinosaur. He can Roar and children are fascinated by him. The Expo is home to various other smaller Dinosaurs.
Inside is a fossil shop, and many books and videos for sale, as well as leaflets and pamphlets. Each has been selected to be of good quality and approved in that the creation information it contains is generally conforming to the views held by the CSM Council.
Visit the Genesis Expo on The Hard in Portsmouth.
Genesis Expo Winter Opening Times 2017:
We are Closed throughout January 2017, EXCEPT on Saturday the 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th which we are Open. After January we are open per usual as below.
FREE ADMISSION! – Open all year 11 am – 4 pm Tuesday – Saturday and bank holidays. We close from the 24th December – 2nd January. A Map is on the Finding us page. Post code is PO1 3DT for Sat Nav. To find out what else you can do in the city, visit the Portsmouth website HERE.
The Creation Science Movement is the oldest creationist movement in the world. Founded in 1932 as “The Evolution Protest Movement” by a small group of Christians concerned by the propaganda that was promoting the theory of evolution as if scientifically proven, it has grown in strength over the years.
The aims of the Creation Science Movement are:
- To show that the Scriptures, and in particular those that bear on Creation, are reliable.
- To lecture on Creation Science at universities, schools and churches.
- To publish and distribute the journal ‘Creation’, pamphlets, books, video and audio demonstrating that the biblical account of special Creation is supported by true science.
CSM has charitable status (Charity no: 801745)
CSM subscribers receive a quarterly journal and a new pamphlet in every mailing. Membership is open to all faiths. To become a Member please visit our parent site at www.csm.org.uk
NEW BOOK BY DR BILL COOPER – PUBLISHED BY CSM
The Forging of Codex Sinaiticus by Dr Bill Cooper – Next only to the King James Bible, Codex Sinaiticus is by now perhaps the most famous (many would say infamous) book in the world. Its impact when it surfaced in the mid 19th century was immediate, and even today is powerfully felt in the world of Bible scholarship. That is because it is pretended to represent a version of our Bible which is quite unlike the Received Text, and is trumpeted abroad as representing the original text of the Bible before the Protestant church and its bishops got their political hands on it, changing it into the Bible that we know today.
It is also wrongly claimed to be the oldest and the best manuscript of the Bible, representing a text to which all others – especially the Received Text – are to be referred. In other words, whenever Sinaiticus differs from the Received Text – which is shockingly often – then its readings are to be held superior to all others and preferred before them all. The impact of this upon Christian doctrine, and especially upon the question of the Bible’s integrity and Authority, has been immense, and it continues to shipwreck the faith of millions.
So, where did this strange book come from? Who wrote it, and why? Under what circumstances did they write it? These are all questions which we hope to answer in this examination of the subject. Until very recently, the task had been insurmountable.
MAIL ORDER – for mail ordering, download the form HERE print it, fill it out and post it with your cheque enclosed to the following address – CSM, PO Box 888, Portsmouth PO6 2YD
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