Grand Canyon Fruit

A few days ago, I got an encouraging email from one of the OT professors on the Grand Canyon trip last year. I had asked all the men on that trip to share any ways that they have been helped …

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Pentecostal Views on Origins

Recently I came across a web article by a biology professor and a chemistry professor from an Assembly of God university. They gave a “Brief Overview of Pentecostal Views on Origins.” Several things in the article are worthy of comment.…

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Evangelical Theologians Compromising with Evolution

The Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) is made up of evangelical seminary and Christian college professors and others with advanced degrees in theology. The ETS annual meeting attracts over 2,500 people (ETS members along with pastors and other Christian leaders). As …

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Ministry in Norman, Oklahoma

Friends,

The seminar last weekend in Norman, Oklahoma, was well received by those who attended. Many people thanked me. A couple of families drove two hours one way to come to the lectures on both Sunday night and Monday night. …

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Bulgaria Part 1

Friends,

I just arrived in Bulgaria yesterday for seven days of speaking in various cities.

Today Darin (the leading creationist in Bulgaria) will take me to Varna, a university town. I will speak at a biological university for a meeting …

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Another Full Weekend

Attendance at the church seminar was good, and although not as many resources were purchased as expected (due to the depressed economy and loss of jobs in the Detroit area), very many people expressed their appreciation for the teaching.

An …

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Old-earth Geology Refuted

I would like to draw your attention to two new resources dealing with the age of the earth.

One is an article by John Reed (PhD, geology, and a ruling elder in a Presbyterian church) in response to the old-earth …

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Albuquerque Seminar

This past weekend was very full as I did a creation seminar in Albuquerque, New Mexico. People were very responsive to the eight presentations I made, and I spent a lot time after the talks answering questions. Plus, a lot …

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Speaking in the Creation Museum

Many times each month, I give a lecture in the Creation Museum (as do the other AiG speakers). Afterward, I go to the museum bookstore to answer questions or autograph books or DVDs. Sometimes people who object to what I …

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Christian Leaders Grand Canyon Trip 2010

In mid-July we conducted our by-invitation-only, third annual Grand Canyon trip for Christian Leaders. This seven-day raft trip down the Colorado River through the canyon exposed 24 seminary professors and other key Christian leaders to the biblical and geological arguments …

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