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It's back to school time for the whole family on Saturday, Oct. 1st, when the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee hosts an all day Creation Science Seminar, 9:30am - 4pm, at Camp Timber-lee in East Troy, Wisconsin. All seminars and exhibits are in the Arbor Vitae Science Building.
There will be 4 seminars in all, presented by 2 Wisconsin Creation Science speakers: Keith Robinson, a public school educator, professional musician, and author of the sci-fi trilogy: Origins and Richard Marrano, a creation science speaker, who often speaks on the topics of fossils and astronomy. Here is the schedule:
- 9:30 - 10:30 am, Countering Evolutionary "Proofs" in Biology Texts - Keith Robinson presents an analysis of the top 10 "proofs" for evolution and how "the evidence is either misinterpreted, misleading, or downright false".
- 10:45 - 11:45 am, Implications of Evolution on Society - Richard Marrano shares how Evolution influences people's Worldview in Science, Medicine, and Social policy.
Noon Lunch Break
- 1:15 - 2:15 pm, Implications of a Biblical Creation Worldview - Richard Marrano informs us what nature illustrates about our spiritual world.
- 2:30 - 3-30 pm, Aliens and Evolution: Exploring the Connection - Keith Robinson asks us to consider, are we alone in the universe? He will also present scientific research that demonstrates some of the flaws in Darwin's theory.
In addition to the seminars, you are welcome to enjoy Timber-lee's Walk Through 6 Days of Creation exhibit and visit the Sea Shell Display. If the kids (or adults) need to burn off a little energy, attendees are welcome to use the camp's volley ball courts, game fields, and/or indoor game room.
The seminars are free and open to the public. You may attend as many or few of the seminars as you wish.
There will be a buffet lunch served in the cafeteria, but you must call to reserve your meal BY September 22nd. Cost is $8.00 per person, $4.00 for children 7 years and under. (Pay at the door.) Call Ken Bahr at 262-255-4643 to reserve. OR, just pack a picnic lunch and dine alfresco.
Whether you are a believer or skeptic of Evolution or Creation, this is a great opportunity to learn more about our world and science. I am particularly interested in learning about the so-called "Proofs" of Evolution in our student's Biology text books. Learning about the influence of an Evolutionary Worldview on society and how nature reveals God's divine nature also interests me. And in light of NASA's recent "plausible outcomes" paper, should aliens come to earth to protect other civilizations, I am going to stick around all day!
Timber-lee is located at N8705 Scout Road, East Troy, Wisconsin. (Directions to camp)
Call 262-642-7345 for more information.
FYI: You might want to pencil in your calendar for CSSM's next 2 events: Tentatively on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011, a speaker from Institute of Creation Research will give a talk at Zion Lutheran Church, Menomonee Falls, and on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011, Paul Frank will present "Evolution vs. Science/Intelligent Design, at Grace Bible Church, New Berlin. Both will be at 7:15pm. As soon as I know more about the ICR speaker, I will post the specifics.
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