Next Up: Sept. 17; 7pm
“The Genesis Kinds”
Location: Grace Evangelical Free Church
5520 Eastern Ave; Davenport, IA 52807
9/17 Thursday 7:00pm – Topic: “The Genesis Kinds – Intro to Baraminology” – The presentation will address how the Creation Model works with modern classifications of biology as well as the Created “Kinds” of Genesis. “Baramin” is a combination of the Hebrew words for bara (create) and min (kind). It is a field of study still under development to understand the Created Kinds of Genesis. It includes understanding where Natural Selection fits in as well as the hard limits to speciation and variation in Nature. Come learn some aspects of Creation Science and ask your questions.
Speaker: Jim Orme – Jim is president and founder of Northwoods Creation Association in Ashland, WI. He was also a long time leader of Midwest Creation Fellowship in the Chicago area. Jim is retired after 34 years as a systems analyst and developer for Bell Labs, AT&T and Tellabs. His responsibilities included satellite simulation, analysis of telecommunications traffic, and development of domestic and international telecommunication standards. He was elected to the position of Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers placing him in the top five percent of members of the IEEE.
Next: Sept. 24; 6pm
“The Muslim and Christian view of Jesus”
Location: Bettendorf Library
2950 Learning Campus Dr., Bettendorf, IA 52722
9/24 Thursday 6:00pm – Topic: “Who is Jesus?” – A Muslim and a Christian come together to present their Faith’s views on Jesus. They will discuss their faith’s views on the subjects of the deity, resurrection, crucifixion, and the historical Jesus. There will be time for audience Q & A.
Speakers: Mohamed El-Zeln – Lifelong student of Islam, Member of the Islamic Center in Bettendorf, Iowa.
Rev. Rick McGough – senior pastor of New Life Fellowship, in Moline, IL. Author of booklets on “Creation vs. Evolution” and “End Time Prophecy”
Sept. 27; Amboy, IL
“Creation Sunday – Sept 27”
Location: Grace Fellowship Church – (Amboy Farm Bureau Building)
37 S. East Avenue, Amboy, IL 61310
10:15 am Worship Service message:
“The Relevance of Genesis 1-11” – Why the historical foundation revealed by Genesis is important to the church and society today.
Sunday Evening Youth Program
5:00 pm “The Top 3 Reasons Darwin was Wrong”
A review of the origin of life in a primordial pond helps to answer the question: could evolution ever have started on its own? Plus the idea of a single cell morphing into a rose bush, T-Rexs, Giraffes, and People as well as the fossil record will be discussed. What is the evidence and what does it really say?
Speaker: Helmut Welke, MS; President QC Creation Science Association
All seminars are free and open to the public. Come and bring your questions.
For those of you who saw the Ken Ham – Bill Nye Debate / Creation Ministries Int’l has produced a nice video refuting all thee supposed evidences for evolution, brought up by Bill Nye…. Who actually spent more time attacking Ken Ham, than debating the topic.
“Every history of the 20th Century lists three thinkers as preeminent in influence: Darwin, Marx and Freud.
- All three were regarded as “scientific” (and hence far more reliable than anything “religious”) in their heyday.
- Yet Marx and Freud have fallen, and even their dwindling bands of followers no longer claim that their insights were based on any methodology remotely comparable to that of experimental science.
- I am convinced that Darwin is next on the block. His fall will be by far the mightiest of the three.”
Phillip E. Johnson, “Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds”, Inter-Varsity Press, Downers Grove, IL, USA, p. 95, 1997.
Phillip E. Johnson (1940) is a retired UC Berkeley law professor and author. He became a born-again Christian while a tenured professor and is considered the father of the intelligent design movement.
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