Should We Panic About the Climate? Get Answers at Our Easter Conference

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Panicking about the climate is nothing new—it’s been going on for decades (with few, if any, of the gloomy predictions coming true1). But it’s recently been hyped to new levels. Younger people are promising not to have children. Scientists are again suggesting population control measures (we know that means the expansion of abortion, likely even forced abortions and sterilizations). Politicians are suggesting radical, extremely costly environmental and economic policies. How should Christians think and respond to the perceived crisis?

We’ll be tackling this hot-button social issue at our Easter conference, April 9–12, 2020. Learn from experts, including Dr. Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance, as they share research and thoughtful commentary on the subject of physical climate change. Others, including Ray Comfort, E.Z. Zwayne, and I, will be sharing on a different kind of climate change—the spiritual climate change throughout the West.

This conference will conclude with a beautiful sunrise service in the Answers Center, featuring a special message from Ray Comfort and worship led by Michael O’Brien. Then you can enjoy brunch at Emzara’s Buffet (located next to the Ark). This service was packed last year as many individuals from the community also joined us. We’re excited to be bringing it back again in 2020!

Register today—and be sure to bring your teenagers and young people! They need to hear the truth from God’s Word and a balanced perspective from science. (Churches, this is a wonderful opportunity to bring a youth group to the Ark Encounter and the nearby Creation Museum!). Register on the events page of our website.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
Ken

This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.

Footnotes

  1. In the 1970s, many textbooks warned about global cooling. Also, an issue of Newsweek magazine during that decade featured a major article about the danger of global cooling. (Time magazine published a similar piece.) Many climatologists today might argue that it was just media hype back then and that global cooling was not necessarily the scientific consensus of the time. Well, global cooling managed to make it into college curricula of the 1970s and 1980s, as well as covered by the major media.

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