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ASSYRIAN KING SENNACHERIB (left). 2020-21 has seen extensive artefacts added to our UK museum’s collection. New artefacts include a stunning Mesopotamian cuneiform tablet (left) which mentions the King recorded in 2 Kings 18-19 (Sennacherib), who went to war with Judah, but was thwarted by a miraculous act of God after righteous King Hezekiah prayed for deliverance. Such artefacts, along with seals, pottery and figurines from Abraham’s day to Jesus’ time are an exciting gain for our Creation Research Museum’s project that will enable it to be unique in the UK – if not the World! Keep up your support. DONATE NOW
KING NEBUCHADNEZZAR PROOF (below) as we secure another fabulous artefact for Creation Research. Translated and Certified by the British Museum as genuine, this inscribed brick states: “Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon, who provides for Esagila and Ezida, the eldest son of Nabopolassar, King of Babylon, Am I”. The ‘I AM’ is very significant according to British Museum and Archaeology experts, as king signatures are rarely signed with such double confirmation that ‘IT WAS ACTUALLY ME THE KING WHO AUTHORIZED THIS’. Extra amazing is that the first known record of this type of signature is found in the Biblical Book of Daniel, where King Nebuchadnezzar wrote an official tablet stating ‘I King Nebuchadnezzar’ Dan 4:18. Archaeology confirms the Biblical record is consistent, the Bible can be trusted and the evidence is in our museum collection!
Creation Research Centre has a new location in the border town of Oswestry, Shropshire! The building, previously a retail showroom, consisting of two storeys with separate offices and a courtyard, is located in the centre of Oswestry, just off the high-street, and next to plenty of parking. BUT we need your support! This has been a big step of faith for us as COVID has left the ministry fund-limited, and obtaining the building is just one small part of a massive project. The UK-based Creation Research Trust is committed to supporting this project so $upport the Trust – it’s a tax-efficient way of supporting the Museum Project in the UK. Donations are also possible through both our UK and International websites – by supporting one Creation Research group, you are supporting them all! DONATE NOW