No LIVE meeting - but we ARE PLANNING TO live-stream. You would need an emailed invitation to attend. If you are NOT ON OUR EMAIL LIST, you can
request an invitation. Call 8 4 7 -2 2 3 - 4 7 3 0. We are restricted to 100 "seats" - devices that log in, so you might want to log in early.
Evolution is taught with some of the best imagery available. But should we trust these images? How do the artists know how the world looked in the past? You'll be shocked at how much of these images are imagination and guesses.
You'll never look at these images the same way again!
Dan Lietha is the man behind the cartoons on the Answers in Genesis website, and he now works for Carl Kerby's Reasons for Hope ministry.
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Exposing Imagination and Bias in Evolutionary Images
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No charge; all are welcome. We do accept donations to defray expenses.
This conference has taken place in the past at Concordia University, Mequon, Wisconsin. Due to the probability that live meetings will still be forbidden and COVID-19 will still be around, this year the format has become "virtual."
Schedule for Friday, June 5, 2020
and Saturday, June 6
Russell Humphreys, The First Four Days
Gary Locklair, Positive Creation Evidences
Russell Humphreys, God’s Big Magnets in the Sky
Spike Psarris, The Origin of the Solar System
Joel Heck, An Exegetical Approach to Creation
Spike Psarris, Our Goldilocks Cosmos
Saturday, June 6 will be the VIDEOS of the LIVE Friday meetings,
and will have the same schedule.
Cost: FREE, but you need to register. Please DO make a contribution. The expenses are less than with a live conference, but there are still expenses!
In 2005, Dr. Mary Schweitzer and her research team reported one of the greatest paleontological discoveries in history. The scientific community was stunned, and many argued that it is not possible for there to still be soft and pliable tissue remaining in dinosaur bones. They claimed that it was contamination or bacterial biofilm mimicking soft tissue. However, during the past decade discoveries have continued, and the evidence clearly demonstrates that this is original dinosaur tissue.
In 2012, Dr. Kevin Anderson and began work on its iDINO project. It was created with the specific purpose of conducting dinosaur tissue research from a biblical creation perspective. As part of this project, tissue and intact bone cells were discovered in a Triceratops horn.
Based on his book of the same title, Dr. Bergman demonstrates how many individuals who started out believing that there is a Creator God lost that faith after encountering what they believed to be irrefutable evidence for evolution. Many went on to become ambassadors for the evolutionary worldview, and have influenced millions of others to accept that view as well. But is evolution actually as compelling as they believe it is?
The unsolved mystery of the chemistry and geometry of amino acids and proteins -- solved, after hundreds of years of secular research! Understand the scientific evidence of your [proteins'] unique "handedness" that
demonstrates your creation by our amazing Creator and the reason you are not an accident of time and chance.
The church is losing its next generation at an alarming rate. What can we do about it? Young people in our churches need to know how to stand uncompromisingly on the authority and accuracy of the Bible so that they can answer
the skeptical questions of the age. [Ed. comment: ... including their own questions!]
(This talk is rescheduled from April, when the pandemic cancelled our meeting.)
Dr. Danny Faulkner holds an MS in Physics from Clemson University and an MA and PhD in Astronomy from Indiana University. and taught at the University of South Carolina Lancaster for over 26 years. He serves as editor of the Creation Research Society Quarterly and has published over 100 papers in various journals. He now works as a researcher, author, and speaker on a variety of astronomy toics, especially the phenomenon of the flat earth movement. (He doesn't agree with it.)