The very active teaching year for AiG has begun! Now that the debate (see my previous blog entry) is behind us, our teaching programs for 2006 begin in earnest.
This morning Mally and I rose very early to catch a flight to Los Angeles. I will be speaking at John MacArthurs church this evening and Saturday morning (details here)then on to Costa Mesa to speak in Calvary Chapel (Chuck Smiths church) Saturday evening (details here)then up to Lancaster, California, to speak in a church for the day Sunday (I met the pastor of this church in the Atlanta airport last year and he shared his desire to have me speak to his congregation, so we were able to include it in this trip to California---you can read about that "chance" happening in my blog that day).
A man in Italy, claiming he has "proof" Jesus Christ never existed as an historical figure, is suing a priest over the issue! The report begins:
Forget the U.S. debate over intelligent design versus evolution.Read the whole story at CNN.
An Italian court is tackling Jesus---and whether the Roman Catholic Church may be breaking the law by teaching that he existed 2,000 years ago.
The case pits against each other two men in their 70s, who are from the same central Italian town and even went to the same seminary school in their teenage years.
AiG FEATURED IN AGAPE PRESS STORY
(AgapePress) - The founder of the creationist group Answers in Genesis (AIG) says a recent announcement by the journal Science claiming evolution was the top scientific breakthrough of 2005 shows how desperate the proponents of the theory of evolution are becoming.To read the entire story, go to: Agape Press
Editors of Science cited wide ranging research, including a study showing a four percent difference between human and chimpanzee DNA, as major factors contributing to its decision to make its bold proclamation regarding 2005 and scientific discoveries supposedly offering support for Darwin's theory. However, Ken Ham, the president and founder of AIG, says the journal's announcement shows that secular humanists are worried about the increasing availability of information that contradicts their ideas about evolution.
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