MAC is excited to welcome Paul Garner, of Biblical Creation Trust in the UK, to St Louis!
Paul is a long-time creation researcher and speaker, and has been involved in some of the most cutting-edge creation research projects in both the USA and his home country. Paul will be delivering several presentations and leading 1 field trip over the weekend, and will be the featured speaker at July’s MAC meeting. You won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to hear from a veteran creationist from across “the pond”!
For more information on any of these events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events (July 13-15)
Saturday, July 13, 10am at The Family Vision Library
Our Frozen Past: The Ice Age and the Genesis Flood
This illustrated talk explores some of the mysteries surrounding the ice age – What caused it? How long did it last? Was there more than one? – and shows that the biblical Flood provides the key to answering these questions.
2020 Parkway Dr, St Peters, MO 63376 Map
Saturday, July 13, 1:30PM-4:00PM: Field Trip
Mastodon State Historic Site
The Family Vision Library presentation will be followed in the afternoon by a Field Trip at Mastodon State Historic Site. Come learn about the Flood and its effects on the geology of Missouri, as well as the Ice Age and the history of early man. RSVP below for location and time.
RSVP is appreciated for The Family Vision presentation, and required for field trip. Please RSVP by July 6. For more information or to RSVP, email to email@example.com or call +1 (314) 562-0028
Sunday, July 14, 9am at Twin Oaks Presbyterian
Coal by Catastrophe: Can the Flood Explain It?
What is coal and how did it form? Does it require millions of years? This talk examines the geological evidence concerning the origin and nature of the Carboniferous coal beds. Multiple lines of evidence show that the coal-forming plants were transported by water before burial and did not grow in place as the conventional, long-age theory supposes. The global Flood described in the Bible provides a useful framework for understanding how these widespread coal layers were formed.
1230 Big Bend Rd, Ballwin 63021 Map
Sunday, July 14, 5pm, Creation Sunday at The Rock Church
Claws, Jaws and Dinosaurs
Christians have many questions about dinosaurs. Where did they come from? How long ago did they live? And what – if anything – do their fossils have to do with the global Flood in the days of Noah? This talk will seek to answer many of these questions, explaining how we know what we know about dinosaurs, the history of their discovery and their place in biblical history – as well as the fascinating story of the catastrophic burial of thousands of dinosaurs now being excavated on a ranch site in Wyoming.
Monday, July 15, 7pm at Covenant Presbyterian
99% Missing : Where on Earth did the (Geological) Time Go?
Biblical creationists face what we might call a ‘plausibility problem’. Is it credible to suggest that the earth might be only six thousand years old, rather than 4.6 billion years old, or that the rock layers studied by geologists were laid down in a short time during a global flood? This talk will address the plausibility problem with evidence from the sedimentary rock record that is best explained by the young-age model.
2143 N Ballas Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63131 Map
More info: http://www.missouricreation.org/2019/07/monthly-event-monday-july-15/
All welcome, no reservation needed
About Paul Garner
Paul Garner MSc, FGS is a full-time Researcher and Lecturer for Biblical Creation Trust. He has an MSc in Geoscience from University College London, where he specialized in palaeobiology. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and a member of several other scientific societies. His first book, The New Creationism: Building Scientific Theories on a Biblical Foundation, was published by Evangelical Press in 2009.