It’s always exciting when new scientific research from a biblical perspective is presented. Well, every four or five years there’s a large creation conference for scientists and other biblical creationist researchers to do just that! And the 2018 dates have just been announced.
The International Conference on Creationism (ICC), a global event held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is going to be taking place July 29–August 1, 2018. This event is an outreach of the Creation Science Fellowship of Pittsburgh.
Many staff members here at AiG, with doctorate degrees in a variety of science and other fields, plan to attend the ICC and present their peer-reviewed research papers. You’ve probably heard the false claims of many secularists who say that creation research isn’t conducted and reviewed. This major international conference refutes that ridiculous falsehood. Of course, many secularists claim that if a person (even a person with a PhD) believes in creation, then he or she can’t be a real scientist! That’s the sort of prejudice and intolerance that exists in the secular world.
One of our staff members has been highly involved in the ICC over the past 20 years. Dr. Andrew Snelling, AiG geologist (PhD, University of Sydney, Australia) and director of research, affectionately describes the ICC as the “geek gathering of creation scientists and informed laypeople who want to hear about or present the latest in creationist research. The ICC also allows the opportunity for connecting with other creationists.” By the way, Dr. Snelling has twice won ICC’s top award for technical research papers.
The ICC organizers have already issued a call for papers for what will be the Eighth International Conference on Creationism. The overall theme for 2018 will be Developing and Systematizing the Creation Model of Origins. Our faculty are already considering what papers they might contribute in the next two years.
For more information on this major conference see www.creationicc.org.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.