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Apologetics Symposium

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1st, 2nd & 5th Wednesdays
Cedar Park Church
Bothell, WA

Creation History with Chris Ashcraft

Apologetics Course

Biblical Apologetics

Intelligent Design (ID)
 & the Wonders of Creation

Worldviews in Conflict

Biblical Creationism & Defending Genesis

Evolution

Wonders of the Cell - ID

Fossils & the Biblical Floood

Origin of Life

Ape Man

The Human Body Wonderfully Made - ID

Geology Worldview
 and the Flood

Age of the Creation

Dinosaurs

Amazing Animals - ID

Astronomy

Solar System

Big Bang

The Universe - Let the Heavens Declare

UFOs

NT Archaeology

OT Archaeology - Part 1

OT Archaeology - Part 2 Egyptian Synchrony




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Standing on Evidence from

Mount St. Helens

by John Morris PhD.

Description:

Standing on Evidence from Mount St. HelensA fascinating glimpse into the dynamic processes of Noah’s flood. Many of the features which geologists are taught take long periods of time have been seen to form rapidly: deposition, erosion, fossilization, petrifaction, coal formation, and radioisotope dating all point toward a young earth.

About the Author:

Dr. John Morris, is a creation scientist and educator with a specialization in Geological engineering. He is the current President of the Institute for Creation Research, and son of the late Henry Morris whose seminal work is viewed by many to have initiated the modern creation science movement. John joined the faculty of ICR in 1984, and has served as the President since 1996. He has also led numerous expeditions to Mt. Ararat in search of Noah’s Ark.

Dr. Morris received his B.S. in Civil Engineering at Virginia Tech in 1969 and his M.S. in Geological Engineering at the University of Oklahoma in 1977. He received his Doctorate in Geological Engineering at the University of Oklahoma in 1980. Dr. Morris can be heard each day on the Back to Genesis radio program. He is the author of numerous books, including The Young Earth. Dr. Morris taught geology at the University of Oklahoma before joining the faculty of the ICR.

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