This summer AiG will be hosting our fourth Creation College at the Creation Museum. On August 20–23 this practical conference—sometimes with 700 people in attendance—will provide foundational training in the foundational book of the Bible, Genesis. It is a must-attend event for anyone wanting to teach creation apologetics or to just be better equipped to defend their faith.
Here are four very compelling reasons why you should attend:
- You will receive training on how to develop a strong biblical worldview.
- You will expand your presentation skills for giving the “relevance of Genesis” and similar talks.
- You will learn in-depth information from leading scientists and researchers on how to refute pseudo-science claims in our culture.
- You will also be able to receive up to three CEU credits.
One of the presenters at Creation College 4 is Dr. Georgia Purdom. She stated the following about this excellent training conference:
I remember attending the very first Creation College and the tremendous impact it had on my knowledge and understanding of God’s Word—and the science that confirms it. It’s a great privilege to now be a speaker at Creation College 4, and I hope to see you there as we explore God’s Word and God’s world!
Join me and other AiG speakers—Dr. Andrew Snelling, Dr. Terry Mortenson, Dr. David Menton, Dr. Tommy Mitchell, Dr. Danny Faulkner, Steve Ham, Bodie Hodge, and Dr. Purdom—as we train the next generation of creationist apologists. Your registration includes not only free admission to the Creation Museum but also lunches on the Thursday and Friday of the conference.
It’s an event recommended for ages 13 and above. Visit creationcollege4.com for details and to register. You will save 25% when you register before Tuesday, April 1.
Reminder: Our live stream about NoahYou can watch three of our staff members and me give our views of the Russell Crowe film Noah being released tomorrow in North American theaters. We already know how badly Noah mangles the Genesis text and poorly portrays Noah and the Ark (based on what a staff member who has seen a cut of the film has told me and from what I heard at a forum last month by three men who had just watched the final cut). But I will be watching the film soon and then will offer my perspective during a live web stream tomorrow (Friday, March 28) at 8 PM (ET). Check back at that time for our review of Noah at CreationDebate.org
For information on our future Ark Encounter, which includes a full-size Noah’s Ark, go to ArkEncounter.com.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,