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Major Creationist and Worldview Organizations

These links are to their websites, not to one specific event. This list is not meant to be inclusive. For other, unlisted organizations, do an online search.

4th Day Alliance: a Christian organization focusing on how the heavens declare the glory of God! Their site has a calendar of coming astronomical events, plus stunning photos of the heavens!

Alpha-Omega Institute

Alpha Omega Institute:
Since 1984, Alpha-Omega has developed a multitude of resources: Discover Creation Seminars, Children’s Ministry, Creation Vacations & Camps, Public, Christian & Home School Programs, Publications including Think & Believe and Kids T & B Too!, Intern Training Program, Resource Center, International Outreach. HQ: Grand Junction. Colorado

Answers in Genesis

Answers in Genesis:
The powerhouse of the modern creation movement. They stress reaching the public through events, educational materials and publications.

Brannon Howse ("Worldview Weekend" sites)

Brannon Howse
started as a singer, but mainly deals with Christian worldview: history, politics, creation/evolution, theology, and related subjects. His network of websites advertise his worldview seminars, and also contain articles, audios, videos, and links to news items. All are accessible through his site, so we'll send you there.

Creation Education Center

Creation Education Center (Wisconsin)
Jay Seegert is a past president of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee. Answers in Genesis invited him to become one of their travelling speakers.

Creation Ministries International

Creation Ministries International (H.Q.: Australia, United States)
This group is part of what use to be Answers in Genesis, which split into two groups. They produce Creation Magazine and the technical Journal of Creation.

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Creation Moments (Minnesota)
Ian Taylor's website for his radio program of the same name. Taylor authored the hard-to-put-down book In the Minds of Men several years ago. Rich website!

Creation Research website

Creation Research
John Mackay's organization in Australia. He was in Chicago in April, 2008.

Click for Creation Science Society of Milwaukee website

Creation Science Society of Milwaukee
The Creation Science Society of Milwaukee is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to enabling Christians to defend their faith and to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus particularly on providing answers to questions surrounding the book of Genesis, as it is the most-attacked book of the Bible. We also desire to train others to develop a biblical worldview...

Institute for Creation Research

Institute for Creation Research
The original major creationist organization! They now stress doing the research that provides material for other organizations to use.

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Quad City Creation Science Association (Davenport, Iowa)
Conducts local meetings throughout Iowa and into Illinois. Has their own lending library. This group has really grown from its beginning only a few years ago!

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Reasons for Hope
Carl Kerby has started his own ministry! They offer speaking engagements, a Grand Canyon raft trip, online videos and videos for purchase, and you can ask a question online. Sample online video (Be patient. You need a fast internet connection or let it download once and go back to view it.)

Click for Summit Ministries' web

Summit Ministries
Christian worldview organization, with some emphasis on creation. Conferences, college-credit institutes, and much more.

Whitcomb Ministries

Whitcomb Ministries Dr. John Whitcomb co-wrote The Genesis Flood in 1961. This was the book that is credited with sparking the modern creationist movement. He still appears around the country many times per year.

Worldview Academy

Worldview Academy
"stands on the solid foundation of scripture, training students and adults to understand their faith as a total worldview." Conferences, semester study at Oxford (UK) and in Colorado, student leadership training camps.

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