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Bothell, WA

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Creation Geology:

The Key to Unraveling Earth History

Seminar by Patrick NurreRainbow Bridge

January 3, 2018
Wednesday
6:30 - 8:00pm

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

Secular geologists tell us emphatically that the earth is billions of years old, having been sculpted by slow and gradual geologic processes, punctuated by brief, local catastrophes. But is this view based on scientific facts or a philosophy framed by biases? Come take a journey with us as we unravel this history and discover just how accurately the book of Genesis explains the geology of earth.

About the Speaker:

Patrick NurrePatrick Nurre was trained in secular geology, but after becoming a Christian, he began to seriously reevaluate his previous evolutionary beliefs, and became, instead, a young-earth creationist. Patrick has done field study in the Pacific Northwest, the Midwest and Plains states, the Southwestern U.S., and Israel. He conducts geology classes (PreK-12) and seminars in the Seattle area, and speaks at numerous home school and church conventions on geology and our young earth. He also leads a variety of geology field trips every year, including Yellowstone Park, where he helps families discover the Biblical geology of the Park. See his geology education website at http://www.northwestrockandfossil.com/

Apologetics Symposium

The Apologetics Symposium takes place the 1st and 2nd Wednesday each month at Cedar Park Church in Bothell WA. The programs feature presentations from educators and scientists who are dedicated to defending the Bible. They are free to attend, and also available for viewing through live webcast or the recordings archived on our website.

See upcoming schedule of topics and speakers.