RETURNINGTOFAITH.COMhttp://returningtofaith.comreturningtofaith.com - Interactive CDs - Recently AddedenCopyright (C) 1994 returningtofaith.com 1RETURNINGTOFAITH.COMhttp://returningtofaith.comhttp://harunyahya.com/assets/images/hy_muhur.png11666CREATION MUSEUM OF HARUN YAHYA: Desing in NatureIn the Creation Museum are exhibited various examples of God’s creative artistry. You can sit and read a book in the museum garden, or, if you so choose, wander through the exhibition of “examples of the design in nature.” In the halls of this three-dimensional virtual museum you can watch short films and listen to recordings on those subjects from the sound systems in the garden. In the garden at the entrance to the museum you can obtain information about the author as well as reading the books exhibited here in PDF format by clicking on them. By clicking on the posters on the walls of the inner garden, you can visit the relevant web sites, as long as you are connected to the Internet.
 
GUIDE
 
In order to make your visit to the museum more enjoyable, we recommend you load the CD onto your computer and watch it that way.
In order to visit the Creation Museum of Harun Yahya you first need to load the player program. This you can do by clicking on the 2nd button in the 01.htm file. In addition, if they are not already installed on your computer, you can download the Adobe Acrobat Reader program necessary to read the books in the museum, as well as the flash player you will need to watch the films, by clicking on this button.
When the museum appears on the screen you need to click anywhere on the image to start your visit.
We recommend you use the following keys:
(Up Arrow)                           : To move forward,
(Down Arrow)                      : To move backwards,
(Left Arrow)                         : To turn left,
(Right Arrow)                       : To turn right,
(Ctrl) + (Up Arrow) : To look up,
(Ctrl) + (Down Arrow)       : To look down,
(Shift) + (Left Arrow)        : To move sideways left,
(Shift) + (Right Arrow)      : To move sideways right,
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EVER THOUGHT ABOUT THE TRUTH - HARUN YAHYA ALL WORKSIn order to see the truth, a person sometimes has to set rules and preconceptions that he or she has hitherto regarded as the absolute truth to one side. That is because it is impossible for people to make the right decision if they approach a subject, whatever that may be, with preconceptions. Even if something which they have decided beforehand is bad is subsequently proved countless times to be good, they will still continue regarding it as bad.

One of the subjects that most deceive people on the subject of seeing the truth is their belief that what “the majority” do is right. For example, a great many people may never think that they will one day die. Someone who sees this but who never thinks may well look at those around him and say “Since that is how everyone else is, there is no harm in my behaving in that way, too,” and thus begin living without ever considering death.

The fact is, however, that this is a great deception. Every human being has a duty to think, to see the true face of this world, and to arrange his or her life accordingly. Do not forget that thinking, and seeing the truth by drawing conclusions from that, while God has granted us the opportunity in the life of this world, will bring with it enormous gains in our lives in the Hereafter.
In this interactive CD inspired by the works of Harun Yahya, you will see truths that may have been denied due to preconceptions, and will think about these sure and certain facts.
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