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Apologetics Symposium - Wednesday evening program at Cedar Park Church. Features a different speaker each month and is available through live webcast.
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Seattle Creation ConferenceClasses and Seminars - We also offer seminars and classes at Christian schools, Churches, Christian teacher's conventions, and meetings of regional creationist groups.Contact the NWCN to request a speaker or host the next creation conference.

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Apologetics Symposium

God, Math and the Scientific Revolution

Math is EverywhereWednesday July 6th, 2016
6:30 - 8:00 PM


Apologetics Symposium
Cedar Park Church
Main Sanctuary
16300 112th Ave NE
Bothell, WA 98011
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Description:

This talk discusses the important role that Christianity played in the scientific revolution. It notes the importance of math, and mathematical models in science, particularly in astronomy and physics. The strengths and limits of such models are stressed. Should scientific models reflect a deeper reality, or are they merely useful fictions? The replacement of Christianity with naturalism brings problems for mathematics, and science that depends on it.

About the Speaker:

Dr. John BylSince 2009 Dr. Byl has been a professor emeritus at Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, where he began in 1978, took over as chair of the department of Mathematical Sciences in 1980 and received his full professorship in 1985. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of British Columbia in 1969 and his Ph.D. in Astronomy from the same in 1973.

He previously worked as a visiting professor at Dordt College, Iowa, in the Physics Department during 1977-79. He also performed his post-doctoral fellow from 1973-75 and was a lecturer from 1975-77 at the University of British Columbia, Department of Geophysics & Astronomy in Vancouver, B.C. Canada.

Dr. Byl's research interests are in astronomy (celestial mechanics, cosmology), physics (special relativity), computing (cellular automata), mathematics (infinite tasks), interaction between science and religion. In recent years the focus of his research has shifted to philosophical and theological issues related to the foundations of mathematics, physics and cosmology.




Seattle Creation Conference 2016

Friday night and Saturday October 14-15

 

Cedar Park Church
Main Sanctuary
16300 112th Ave NE
Bothell, WA 98011
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Speakers:

Schedule:

Friday - Oct 14th

  • 6:45 Emcee Welcome and Announcements
  • 7:00 – Scientific Evidence for Creation: Design in Nature (Frank Sherwin)
  • 8:15 – Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs! (Dennis Swift)
  • 9:30 - Stargazing with Mark Osterhaus and Don DeYoung (weather permitting

Saturday - Oct 15th

  • 8:45 Emcee Welcome and Announcements
  • 9:00 – Mathematics and Creation (Don DeYoung)
  • 10:15 – Geology and the Clash of Worldviews (Chris Ashcraft)
  • 11:30 – Human Evolution (Frank Sherwin)
  • 12:30 LUNCH 1:20 – The Laws of Nature (Don DeYoung)
  • 2:35 – The ICA Stones: Hoax or History? (Dennis Swift)
  • 3:50 – God’s Amazing Insects (Frank Sherwin)
  • 5:00 CLOSE

During breaks, guests are encouraged to browse the creation resources offered for sale at the conference. A large assortment of books, DVDs, and curriculum will be made available for continuing education in Biblical apologetics.

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