Next Creation Science Forum
Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Farm and Home Center of Lancaster
Topic: “A Christmas Celebration"
Tonight, rather than a formal talk, we will be celebrating the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. John 1:1-3 identifies the Creator of the universe with the very same Jesus of whom John 1:14 says the “Word became flesh and dwelt among us,” the basis of Christmas. These historical and theological truths are certainly to be celebrated.
We will have a question/answer discussion time, several short videos, a drawing for free DVDs and, of course, FOOD!
Please join us and invite a friend!
Creation/Evolution in the News
Did You Know ?
The layers of the Grand Canyon strongly support the Biblical flood account.
Watch this video from Creation Ministries International (CMI)
Recently, ISBR President Bob Cooperman visited the new Answers-in-Genesis
, in Williamstown, Kentucky. This museum, built in the size and shape of Noah's Ark, as well as the Biblical account of the ark itself were the subject of a ridiculing Letter to the Editor in the Lancaster, PA Intelligencer newspaper. Mr. Cooperman wrote a reply to this letter, spawning a flurry of comments and a couple of other letters. It may be of interest to our readers to see the dialog that ensued, in order to see how detractors of the Biblical Flood account (and of the Bible, in general) react to arguments that stick to the science: ironically, they ignore the science and go off on a closed-minded tirade about how nonsensical the Biblical account is. Here are the threads to the letters. The first one was written by Mr. Cooperman and the last two were written by others (a Bible detractor and a Bible supporter, respectively) and commented upon by Mr. Cooperman and others.
Support for the Ark
Plenty of Evidence of Earth's Age
Holy Bible Trumps Science
For those Christians who wonder why organizations like ISBR need to proclaim Biblical truth like the Genesis account of creation and God's global flood, please click
to see the latest compromise in the evangelical world. Pastor Andy Stanley (son of well-known Pastor Charles Stanley) has apparently joined the ranks of those who deny the need for Biblical revelation, opting instead for following Jesus without belief in the entire Bible, which he feels is "too difficult to defend." The apostles would be rolling over in their graves to hear this, because even though they saw Jesus face-to-face, they took the Scriptures as God's infallible word, dying in martyrdom preaching it. They never negotiated away the truth, and neither should we.