GROUP STATEMENT OF
"I believe the
universe, earth, and life
on earth were created by God,
as described in the Bible."
CreationTalk is an email group or listserv established
in June 2001 by the Northwest Creation Network to provide a creationist-only discussion forum.
All applicants must subscribe to the above statement of belief
in the Biblical creation
to join this group. CreationTalk is a subject-specific
email list dedicated to dialogue relevant to creation science,
evolution, and intelligent design.
As of November 2006 - there are ~196 members of CreationTalk,
~6500 posts in
CreationTalk archive, and the average email per
day is approximately 4.
Rules for CreationTalk Participants:
- Post must remain on-topic
(Creation Science, Evolution,
& Intelligent Design)
- Posts must contain topical content
(Amen, I agree,
I'm sorry, or Thank you-type posts not permitted)
- Maximum Limit of 2 posts per day
- Maintain a professional decorum
- Personal attacks or insults are forbidden.
- Public responses or comments regarding moderation are forbidden.
To join CreationTalk:
Use the entry box below to submit your
email address. (*Recommended / Yahoo
ID Needed) Alternatively,
you may avoid obtaining a Yahoo ID by simply sending a blank email to:
Then submit a verification of
your belief in the Biblical
An auto-responder notice will be sent to your email address as a
reminder to also submit the belief statement before your application will
NOTE - CreationTalk
resides at YahooGroups. This browser interface provides
the list with addition features that may be used by all members.
To access the optional CreationTalk website, the member
must log-in using a Yahoo username, and may elect to read posts
online instead of receiving daily email.
Discussion Forums and News
CreationTalk is an email
dedicated to Biblical creationists.
OriginsTalk is a public list for
the debating creation, evolution, and intelligent design.
NWCreationNews is a news-only
email list used by the NWCN leadership to distribute announcements
related to the creation vs. evolution in the Northwest USA.
replaced the NWCN bulletin board, and will be used to archive