Setting all religious beliefs aside, I would never have took my children (ages 2 and 6) to this museum had I known what to expect. We were hoping for a museum filled with exhibits depicting the wonderful stories in the book of Genesis. Instead we were put in a cattle-herd style line moving through multiple (more than 3/4 of the museum) rooms filled with nothing but reading. After the initial room, we were treated to a very short video of the creation. The video was wonderful until the 6th day, when the introduced dinosaurs into the idea that they lived with man. Casting judgement aside, I was shocked that the 7th day wasn't even mentioned! What about the most important day of all? We are then pushed into several rooms that gear up to this horrific room of "what a world without God looks like" where you'll find videos and pictures of people shooting up, genocide, murders, hate-crimes, etc. Not FAMILY FRIENDLY! While I agree, that a world without God does equal corruption, I don't think this sort of display is appropriate for a place that advertises as a family friendly visit. The biggest problem, is that you are moving along at such a snails pace that you can't move by these horrific scenes quick enough. The exhibits, when you get to them, are colorful and the Noah's Ark room is fun to see. Dinosaurs are EVERYWHERE! They seem to want to make sure you understand their point of view alright. There are cavemen in one exhibit and I thought it very strange that they included cavemen when they preach to be such a "biblically based" museum. Cavemen are more often than not associated with evolution. The museum started the tour with the exclusion of the most important day of God's week, the Sabbath. We should have known then, that they would have gotten just about everything else wrong. And they did.