Natural History Museum Removes 'God's Creatures' Plaque Following Atheist Professor's Complaint
The Museum of Natural History in Los Angeles, Calif., has removed a donor's plaque referencing "God's creatures" after receiving a complaint from an evolution professor and outspoken proponent of atheism.
The museum's Nature Lab previously included a plaque with a quote attributed to an anonymous donor that read: "The Nature Lab is a gift to Los Angeles to celebrate all of God's creatures and enable [Natural History Museum] to broaden our understanding of the natural world through the process of scientific discovery." The Nature Lab allows visitors of all ages to participate in hands-on science projects and multimedia exhibits.
The plaque was reportedly removed Monday, according to Southern California's KPCC public radio station, after some viewers, including Jerry Coyne, took issue with the reference to "God's creatures" in a museum that highlights the importance of evolution and scientific...
Who are atheist??? All people are born with a desire to serve and worship something. It is taught to them not to believe. It seems to me that our nation was born on biblical principles. My how far we have fallen
If the museum is presenting evolution, then do remove God's name from the egregious lie. He didn't put billions of years of suffering under Adams perfect feet and call it good. Of course, there they go most definitely establishing their religion. It's impossible not to, because when you ban one, you encourage the others. (In this case, the misotheist and antitheist crowd.)
[AUTHOR]Observer[/AUTHOR]Because they are atheists, silly![/QUOTE]Thank you Observer, I saw this earlier and had to read it twice. I would just add that the term "atheist" is wrong, they should be called antitheists, hence why they want to rid the world of any hint of His presence. That notion is about as silly as John's self answering question.