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Creation Seminar


Session 1 handout 1 (Frequently Asked Questions)

Session 1 handout 2  (Why Creation Matters)

Session 1  PowerPoint slides  (Christ in Creation – Why it Matters)

Session 2 handout (The Age of the Universe and the Earth)

Session 2  PowerPoint slides (The Age of the Universe and the Earth)

Session 3 handout (The Origin and Diversity of Life)

Session 3  PowerPoint slides  (The Origin and Diversity of Life)

Session 4 handout (Flood Geology and Fossils)

Session 4  PowerPoint slides  (Flood Geology and Fossils)

Session 5 Handout (Dinosaurs and Noah’s Ark)

Session 5  PowerPoint slides (Dinosaurs and Noah’s Ark)

Session 6 Handout (The Ice Age and Post-Flood Civilization)

Session 6  PowerPoint slides (Ice Age – Post Flood)


Video Gallery

Belief in Creation as described in the Bible is a matter of Biblical authority. We can’t simply pick and choose which parts of the Bible to believe. If we don’t believe Moses (author of Genesis) why should we believe Jesus?

Many young people fall away from their Christian faith, particularly in college, because they don’t have a solid Biblical worldview. We can and should stand on the Word of God for our worldview (1 Peter 3:15).

There were dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark!

All of us have presuppositions. They affect how we view evidence concerning the origin of the earth and the universe.

Ideas on why the dinosaurs died out.

Creation versus evolution is not religion versus science but a contrast of two belief systems – theism versus atheism.


Many believe in evolution because they have a “prior commitment to materialism…(they) cannot allow a divine foot in the door.”

There are several ways people try to combine evolution and the Bible. But we young earth creationists believe they are biblically and scientifically untenable.

There are six reasons why we believe the six days of Creation were literal 24-hour days.

Adam was a real man – the “first Adam.” He brought sin into the world. If that is not true, then why would the Bible say the Jesus Christ had to come as the “Last Adam” to atone for that sin.