Educational
Highlights


Apologetics Symposium

Multimedia Presentations
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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Creation Science Research

Numerous creation science organizations and museums are actively engaged in scientific research. New creation science theories and the findings of investigators are documented in peer reviewed journals, and presented at creation science conferences.

Van Andel Creation Research CenterThe Van Andel Creation Research Center located in Chino Valley Arizona is pictured at right. The center was founded by the Creation Research Society, and is strategically located in or near a very large variety of biological and geological areas important to the creation community including the Grand Canyon which is only about 2 hours to the north.
The RATE GroupThe RATE Group - Creation scientists at the Institute for Creation Research and the Creation Research Society are collaborating on a project to study factors that might affect radioisotope dating.  Specialists in Geology, Geophysics, Astrophysics, and Physics are actively engaged in this line of research.
Hanson Research StationThe Hanson Research Station is a creation science paleontology research facility located in northeastern Wyoming near the South Dakota Black Hills. The HRS is situated within deposits of sandstones and shales with abundant fossils which herald evidence of Earth History, including fish, turtles, and clams as well as dinosaurs and plants.