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I have written numerous blog posts and Facebook comments recently about the attack on Genesis from the secular world, from Bill Nye to Lawrence Krauss. Coming from the Christian world, there have also been attacks on the Bible’s first book, from theistic evolutionists like Peter Enns and Karl Giberson.
With many secularists, they virtually accuse creationists of forms of child abuse for teaching young people about a literal, historic view of Creation as given in Genesis. And with many Christian academics, they want to convince parents and children to accept evolution. Today more than ever, parents and children need to be more discerning about education.
As parents and students look for higher education opportunities, where can these young people attend and be sure that the professors won’t try to undermine God’s Word with man’s fallible evolutionary thinking?
In just over a month, we will be hosting our second College Expo here at the Creation Museum, near Cincinnati, November 16–17. We will have 21 colleges and universities represented where students, parents, and college representatives can meet one-on-one. These are schools that have signed our Statement of Faith and uphold a young-earth view of Creation. And some of our speakers will give special presentations on Christian education (I will be one of them).
The following schools have already registered to participate:
To better plan and make sure we have enough student guides on hand, we request that students register for the Expo. For the complete schedule and to register, visit www.creationcollexpo.org.
To see AiG's Creation College website, go to www.creationcolleges.org.
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