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Bothell, WA

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October 14-15, 2016
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Physics Disproves Atheistic Cosmologies


 

Description:

What is the origin of the cosmos? Creationists believe the Universe is the handiwork of our Creator God. Conversely, atheists claim the Universe made itself in a Big Bang event, roughly 14 billion years ago. In this upcoming talk, former atheist Spike Psarris will discuss some of the evidence against the atheistic position. He then will go further and show that an atheistic approach to cosmology is self-contradictory.

Astronomy and cosmology are based on physics, which in turn is based on certain assumptions about how the Universe works. The Bible affirms that these assumptions are true. Therefore, a Biblical approach to cosmology is valid. Spike PsarrisBut atheism, when taken to its logical conclusion, denies those assumptions. Therefore, an atheistic approach to cosmology is invalid. Although there is much scientific evidence against atheistic origins models, the problem for atheists goes even deeper than this. Physics itself discredits an atheistic origin for the cosmos—and confirms that it was created by the Lord.

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.”

Apologetics Symposium

The Apologetics Symposium takes place the 1st 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.