Re-examining Our Assumptions About God

LEGO Titanic

    I was assigned to our Discovery Gallery for a few hours yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed interacting with our guests about the 26-foot long, 56-thousand-piece Lego ship. Built by Brynjar Karl, an autistic ten-year-old from Iceland, the ship is an...

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Penguins, Sharks, Treasure

Dressed as First Class passenger Col. Archibald Gracie, I awaited the frisky group at the Map, which is the first gallery in our world-class museum. And yes, frisky is the word. There were two children skipping, pirouetting, humming what sounded like the theme from...

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Titanic—Reaching Toward the Future

Titanic Museum Attraction guests and I often reach out together through imagination. For a few moments we linger at the port in Southampton, England, pretending that we are Titanic’s first passengers waiting for the great ship to appear. There is a ripple in the crowd...

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A Cross-Section of Evolving Humanity

As I experience the full range of Titanic Museum Attraction, which for me includes the guests, the people, the human beings of our day, I cannot help myself. I return to the idea that we have much in common with all those humans who have lived before us on this...

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