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Located in the city of Silverlake, Washington, the 7 Wonders Museum of Mount St. Helens is a museum as well as a bookstore that is dedicated in sharing the young Earth creationism. The small museum was founded by Lloyd and Doris Anderson in 1998. Admission to the museum is free and most of the time includes a guided tour of volcano sights.

A former pastor, Lloyd Anderson believes that the museum shares the creation evidence to support the Bible that it is without error. The museum derived its name from the nearby seven Mount St. Helens. The Andersons see the eruption of the volcano as an evidence for young earth creationism.

Most of the scientific community however do not largely agree with the Andersons and consider creationism as a pseudoscience. Scientists think that the museum rejects the idea of modern science since it does not agree with the religious views of the museum.

The museum exhibits different displays that are very interesting including photos, rocks, and exhibits about the eruption and the changes that Mount St. Helens undergoes.
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