Air & Space Museum

Where charity and love prevail, there God is ever found; Brought here together by Christ’s love, by love are we thus bound (Hymn: Where charity and love prevail)


We went to the Air & Space Museum last week with the children of the network. Mr. Ron was our guild. He is a volunteer; he is also a member of the network board. Mr. Ron worked in the air and space industry, inventing many helpful devices for the space program. I noticed that the children were very attentive and stayed very close to Mr. Ron. When the children were asked where they would like to go back to some day they said Air & Space Museum (me too).

I walked around the museum with a very tall teenage boy; he was trying to take everything in. I asked him if he had every seen some of these old planes. No he had not, and then I showed him a 1914 engine with the round cylinders all in a round pattern. He and I counted the number of cylinders, 14 in all. From that moment on the both of us tried to find a bigger and more impressive engine. Well there are plenty of very powerful engines in the museum. As we were walking I keep thinking what fun this is; I wonder if some day this teenager might be an aerospace engineer. Or like Mr. Ron an electronic engineer in the space program. When these kids grow up the world will be deep into space and the last frontier.

As people go deeper into space will they be awed by the variety of outer space and think more of the creator or will they become more agnostic? Do scientific discoveries lead people to the one creator or further away? Can scientific study dull the perception of the creator or bring a person closer to the one creator? Some scholars say closer and some say further away, for me it is closer.

I hope that some of the young people that went to the Air & Space Museum  will always have an appreciation for Science and see the hand of the creator in action.


One thought on “Air & Space Museum”

  1. How can one look at the stars, how can one see the Hubble images and not know the Creator? I took an astronomy class at Southeastern University in FL. ( A Pentecostal college) it was taught from the view of divine creation…when a “map” of the Milky Way is looked at, there is an area around earth that is almost like a shield that meteors and comets never strike…unlike all the other stars and planets in our system…hmmm …I like to believe it is Divine Providence…how can we explain the infinite vastness of the universe? no ending no beginning…at least as we fragile humans understand it. A mystery…just like God. AMEN! 🙂 Pam

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