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Q: What is the message of the solitary lovebird?
A: In the Creation Museum, we have a number of detailed displays that present life-changing teachings from God’s Word. These truths are illustrated through sculptures, paintings, posters, videos, and even an occasional woodcarving.
In our well-known museum exhibit “Adam Naming the Animals,” guests can see carvings of two lovebirds sitting on a tree limb. This entire scene depicts the perfect Garden of Eden. Further down a path, museum guests are shown a depiction of the effects of sin—suffering and death—on a once-perfect world. In this scene, high above the realistic and menacing raptor about to eat its prey, sits a single lovebird.
The message is subtle: in a now-imperfect world, the bird's mate has died. That bird was carved by Paul Malott, who passed away recently and whose memorial service was held over the weekend. He leaves behind his beloved wife Cindy, a staff member of Answers in Genesis.
Despite the tragedy of death in this fallen world, Paul Malott leaves a legacy of rock-solid faith and an effective testimony to the life-transforming power of Jesus Christ.
News to Note Quick Look
Little green wolves: Just a few weeks ago we reported that the continued search for habitable extrasolar planets has revealed just how special Earth is. So if aliens aren’t on planets orbiting other stars, where else could they be? Read more.
A lot of water and a lot of time: It’s not just young-earth creationists who lean on catastrophic geological processes in explaining earth history. Increasingly, old-earthers are also seeing the work of catastrophes in shaping the planet. Read more.
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