Trinity International

Trinity International University
Fri, Oct 08, 2021

October 8-9, Creation Truth Conference at Trinity International University. Sponsored by the Science Division of Trinity International University, Midwest Creation Fellowship, and Creation Summit. Click for more info in printable PDF!

The Friday debate and the Saturday conference deal with whether we should take Genesis chapters 1-4 literally and simply as they were originally understood, or whether we should attempt to meld the Scripture's account of creation with evolutionism.

The conference is now past, and this information is archived.

You can Register for the conference here!

North Carolina State

NCSU symbol
Sat, Nov 10, 2018

At this conference, presenters and topics included ...

  • Dr. John Sanford - “Genetic Entropy: The status of Gene Mutation”
  • Dr. Russell Humphreys - “Planetary Magnetic Fields and Their Implications”
  • Dr. Peer Terborg - “The Illusion of Common Descent”

There were also 9 breakout sessions.

Trinity International

Trinity International University
Fri, Sep 01, 2017

TBA (To Be Added)

Arizona State

Arizona State University
Tue, Apr 19, 2016

April 19th & 20th, 2016 . . . . This event featured Dr. Kevin Anderson and Dr. Charles Jackson.

Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State
Mon, Oct 19, 2015

 

"The turnout was overwhelming," said one student.  The OSU Student Union Theater was filled to capacity for the October 19th debate.  That's when an Oklahoma State professor and Dr. Charles Jackson faced off on Human Evolution vs. Creation.

Again and again students are amazed when they learn there's actual evidence, scientific evidence, that supports creation.  The evolutionist would like to keep it under wraps, have it relegated to religion, and hide the fact that creation is an actual event that really happened.

 

Boise State

Boise State
Mon, Sep 14, 2015

As an ardent atheist and evolutionist, Spike Psarris had little regard for the book of Genesis. That is, 'til he became an Engineer in the U.S. Military Space program and yup, he did a one-eighty. Though not the religious type, he couldn't deny the evidence and, in 2015, Treasure Valley was astounded by his amazing story.

University of Texas @ Arlington

University of Texas @ Arlington
Wed, Apr 29, 2015

 

For two amazing nights, the folks in Texas were treated to the likes of Frank Sherwin and Brian Thomas.  On Wednesday, April 29th, Brian talked about the dinosaur and how recent discoveries give clear indication that the dino hasn't been extinct all that long.  For two or three thousand years, and perhaps four or five, but definitely not the 64 million that evolutionists would have us believe.

On Thursday, April 30th, Frank talked about our solar system and the vastness of space while posing the question, "How could something so intricate and so complex possibly have come about by chance?"

 

Michigan State

Michigan State
Sat, Nov 01, 2014

 

This was an all day event featuring five renowned scientists.  From the Big Bang to Lenski's experiment, an array of topics were covered and, for many, it was an awesome experience.  If nothing else, students now know that Darwin isn't the only kid on the block.  There are other theories and other views, viable views, views that warrant further research and investigation.

The school's Biology Department tried shutting us down, but, believe it or not, it was school officials who came to our defense.  Though stopping short of endorsing our message, they refused to interfere.  "Free speech is at the heart of academic freedom," said MSU's VP of communications, "and is something we take very seriously."

 

East Central

East Central ECU
Fri, Aug 09, 2013

Speaking before a packed auditorium, Dr. Charles Jackson gave an astounding powerpoint presentation on vestigial organs. Turns out, organs that many thought useless actually serve a purpose. Whether it's the tonsils, the appendix or tail bone, they all serve a purpose, which shouldn't surprise us. Think about it. If everything has been created by a Master Designer, it stands to reason that everything would have a purpose.