Creation Science Events in the NW USA
Apologetics Symposium - Thursday evenings at Cedar Park Church, Bothell WA. These educational programs feature different speakers each month and are available through live webcast for those unable to attend in person.
Annual Creation Conference - We organize the annual Seattle Creation Conference. This is a 2-day event that takes place Friday evening and all day Saturday each year at various Churches around the Puget Sound. It is a free event that features multiple speaker from creation ministries around the world.
Classes 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.
Upcoming Regional Educational Events
Our Created Universe
7 - 8:30 PM
Cedar Park Church
16300 112th Ave NE
Bothell, WA 98011
Watch Live Webcast (7pm Pacific)
Download Poster/Flier (PDF or DOC)
Did God create the Universe, as the Bible says? Or did the Universe form itself in a Big Bang event, as secular astronomers claim?
A close look at the scientific literature reveals a surprising truth: the best secular models predict that most of the things we see in space, including stars, galaxies, and the planets of our Solar System, cannot have formed by themselves. In effect, the models say the heavenly bodies cannot exist. Thus, these models fail to explain the cosmos and its contents.In this presentation, full of beautiful photographs from NASA and other sources, you’ll discover that the Universe is consistent with Biblical creation instead. Rather than supporting secular models, the heavens declare the glory of God!
About the Speaker:
Spike Psarris is a former engineer in the U.S. military space program. He entered that program as an atheist and an evolutionist. He left it as a creationist and a Christian. Spike now writes and speaks on Biblical creation. He has published six articles in Creation magazine, one in CMI's Technical Journal, and is the author of the DVD series, "What you aren't being told about astronomy.”
Summer 2015 Fieldtrips
June 13 Mt. St Helens Tour/Hike. Meet at Mt St Helens Creation Information Center at 9:30am. at Optional campout at Seaquest State Park on June 12
June 27 Dry Falls Tour. Meet at Woodinville Costco at 7:30 am. Car caravan via Hwy 2 to Columbia River north of Wenatchee, Moses Coulee and finally Dry Falls. Space is limited. Optional campout at Dry Falls State Park
July 11 Mt. St Helens Tour/Hike. Meet at Mt St Helens Creation Information Center at 9:30am. No overnight camp planned
July 18 Dry Falls Tour. Meet at Woodinville Costco at 7:30 am. Car caravan via Hwy 2 to Columbia River north of Wenatchee, Moses Coulee and finally Dry Falls. Space is limited. No overnight camp planned.
Sign up with Ron Payne at firstname.lastname@example.org
No transportation provided. Each participant will drive their own vehicle to the event. Details will be provided to each participant when they sign up.
Cost:: no charge for the tour. Donations encouraged.
Must sign up for campout separately. There is a small camp site fee. Contact Carrie DeVault at email@example.com)
Sponsor: Creation Association of Puget Sound See web site for additional details.
Talks and Tours given by Ron Payne and Paul Taylor at Mt. St. Helens. Ron Payne will lead the tour to Dry Falls.
Battle for the Bible
In the 1970’s, leading evangelical thinkers fought the first “battle for the Bible” in modern times. They argued against the idea that the Bible contains historical and scientific errors, and it only speaks truth in spiritual or moral issues. This led to the 1978 International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, which produced the “Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy.” The Evangelical Theological Society embraced the Chicago Statement & removed from their ranks any scholars who denied inerrancy. However, in recent years, some leading evangelical thinkers have invented new approaches to interpreting the Bible which allows these scholars to claim to hold to inerrancy (i.e., the Bible is totally without error in all that it teaches), yet deny several Gospel miracles by claiming they are just figurative speech or poetic devices and not genuine historical miracles. In this lecture, Dr. Fernandes shows that this hermeneutical approach destroys the doctrine of inerrancy.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Phil Fernandes is the president of the Institute of Biblical Defense, which he founded in 1990 to teach Christians how to defend the Christian Faith. He is also the pastor of Trinity Bible Fellowship in Silverdale, Washington, and teaches philosophy, world religions, theology, and apologetic's for CrossPoint Academy and the Imago Dei Institute (formerly Cascade Bible College).
Dr.Phil Fernandes has earned the following degrees: a Ph.D. in philosophy of religion from Greenwich University, a Master of Arts in Religion from Liberty University, and a Bachelor of Theology from Columbia Evangelical Seminary. Fernandes has debated some of America’s leading atheists (i.e., Dr. Michael Martin of Boston University, Jeff Lowder, Jim Corbett, and Dan Barker). He has lectured and debated in defense of the Christian world view at some of America’s leading universities.
Other Regional Event Announcements
- Apologetics Forum of Snohomish County - Meets forth friday each month at Atonement Free Lutheran Church, Arlington WA.
- Creation Association of Puget Sound - Meets second friday each month.
- Creation Apologetics - Chris Ashcraft's speaking schedule at various locations in the NW USA.
- Creation Encounter Tours Various location in Oregon and Washington.
- Design Science Association Meets third Saturday each month at Greater Portland Bible Church, Portland OR.
- Foundations in Genesis Idaho and Oregon Meetings Foundations in Genesis Idaho - Oregon
- Institute for Creation Science Portland OR
- North Sound Creation Friends
- Northwest Creation Conference - Annual conference in Portland OR
- NWCreationNews - Email Newsletter by the Northwest Creation Network
- Seattle Creation Conference Annual conference in Seattle metro
Events Outside the NW Region