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Seattle Creation Conference
Seattle Creation Conference
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Date/Time
Friday, May 30th 2014
12:00 am - 4:30 pm

Location
Woodin Valley Baptist Church

Seattle Creation Conference

May 30-31

Woodin Valley Baptist Church

5400 228th St SE, Bothell, WA 98021

Free Event

Friday, May 30:  7pm – 9pm

Saturday, May 31:   9am – 4:30pm

Conference website:

http://conference.nwcreation.net/

 

 

The Seattle Creation Conference is WA’s largest event that features Christian scientists & apologists supporting Biblical worldview and that are dedicated to glorifying God through scientific studies of His creation.

 

The purpose of the event is to educate & strengthen faith against pseudoscience, debunk evolutionary myths and encourage the Church to trust in the Bible as authoritative on early Earth history.

 

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Speakers, Bio, Topics:

 

– Carl Kerby   http://creationwiki.org/Carl_Kerby
Remote Control: The Power of Hollywood on Today’s Culture
Human Evolution: Is That All You Got?
What is the ‘Best’ Evidence God Created?

 

– Kurt Wise  http://creationwiki.org/Kurt_Wise

Floating Forests: An Example of Creation Model-Building
The Nature of God and Biology

 

– Heinz Lycklama  http://creationwiki.org/Heinz_Lycklama

New Atheist Pseudoscience

 

– Chris Ashcraft  http://creationwiki.org/Chris_Ashcraft
Worldviews in Conflict
Mount St. Helens: An Explosion that Rocked the Worldview

 

Schedule

 

Friday, May 30

6:30pm – doors open

7:00pm – 9:00pm  Speakers Chris Ashcraft & Carl Kerby
9:20pm – Stargazing with Mark Osterhaus and Spike Psarris (weather permitting)

 

Saturday, May 31

8:30am – doors open

9:00am – 4:30pm Speakers Heinz Lycklama, Kurt Wise, Carl Kerby, Chris Ashcraft

 

During breaks, guests are encouraged to browse the creation resources offered for sale at the conference. A large assortment of books, DVDs, and curriculum will be made available for continuing education in Biblical apologetics.

 

Childcare is not provided.

 

For more details about the Seattle Creation Conference, call Chris Ashcraft at (206) 465-1635 or email him at ashcraft@nwcreation.net

 

Signup for the NW Creation News email list to receive announcements related to the Seattle Creation Conference or other creation science related events in the Pacific Northwest.

 

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