You want this. You need this. It pleases your Curmudgeon to inform you about the Seven C’s Timeline Poster.
This essential educational aid is available from the gift shop of Answers in Genesis (AIG), one of the major sources of young-earth creationist wisdom. AIG is the online ministry of Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the creationist Australian entrepreneur who also brought you the infamous, mind-boggling Creation Museum.
The last time we told you about an AIG gift item was Creation Museum Challenges The Time Cube! That cube was a cute little thing, but the Wall Chart is truly informative. We don’t see how you can get along without one. This is AIG’s description, with bold font added by us:
This wall size (10 ft. x 3 ft. 4 in.) chart provides an overview of the history of the universe from about 4000 BC to the beginning of the church age in AD 33.
Wowie — the entire history of the universe in one convenient chart! Let’s read on:
The Seven C’s of History provide a framework for understanding the true history of the universe as presented in the Bible. Although there are many other important biblical events, these ideas are often attacked by skeptics who believe the earth and universe are billions of years old.
What are the “Seven C’s”? We continue:
These seven critical events in history are depicted on the timeline with a picture, description, and historical events — Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross and Consummation.
“Creation” is a familiar concept. “Corruption” obviously refers to the sin of Adam & Eve. “Catastrophe” is presumably about Noah’s Flood. “Confusion”? That’s probably the Tower of Babel. The next two we know. But what’s “Consummation”? Perhaps one of you can help us out.
Lastly they say:
A great evangelistic and teaching tool for homeschools and Sunday school classrooms!
No doubt. They also give a link to where you can order the chart in half-size — 60 x 20 inches. But we think that if you’re going to buy one of these you ought to get the big one — it’s a full 120 x 40 inches. Don’t cheat yourself; go all the way. It should be far more inspirational in the 10-foot size.
Hey — maybe one day they’ll offer that chart imprinted on a bedspread. Or a shower curtain. The decorating possibilities are endless.
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