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A Deluge of Evidence:

Noah's Flood and the Historical Roots of Secularism


Dr. Tas Walker
Seattle Creation Conference, September 2015
Cedar Park Church, Bothell WA.

Description:

Noah’s Flood holds the biblical worldview together, but mainstream geological thinking denies it ever occurred. The growth and influence of these ideas within our culture have stigmatized the Bible as untrue, and opened the door to negative social changes. However, Noah’s Flood was a real event and the geological evidence can be seen everywhere—once we know what to look for. And it covers the globe. Understanding the geological evidence from that perspective transforms the way we look at our world.

About the Speaker:

Dr. Tas Walker  Dr. Tas Walker has qualifications in engineering and geology, and works full-time researching and speaking for Creation Ministries International (CMI-Australia). Tas has a B.Sc. (Earth Science with honors), B.Eng. (Mechanical with honors), and Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering). He worked for over twenty years in power station design and operation, and in the geological assessment of coal deposits.

Tas is the geological editor of CMI’s Journal of Creation and a widely traveled speaker. He is CMI's main spokesperson on the contentious area of the Biblical Flood and geology topics. Tas has authored many articles in CMI’s Creation magazine and Journal of Creation.

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Seattle Creation Conference

This Seattle Creation Conference is a free two-day event featuring multimedia presentations from educators and scientists who are dedicated to defending the Bible. It has been organized in the Seattle metro on a near annual basis by the NW Creation Network since 2004.

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