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Monday, March 22, 2010

Creation Resources

Reader and frequent commenter, Escovado, sent me a link to a lecture series webcast on biblical creationism. It's maintained by Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa.

Creation Science Fellowship

Yes, THAT Calvary Chapel, and regardless of how seriously muddled they may be on the doctrines of Grace, I will give that bunch due credit, first, for not wearing suits when they preach, but most importantly, maintaining a solid, biblical perspective on Genesis and creation when so many Calvinistic Reformed groups are adopting compromised positions like progressive creationism, the frame-work theory, and even theistic evolution.

There are many good speakers on this list, some from Master's College like Dr. Joe Francis and Dr. Ross Anderson, who spearheads our Bible-Science Association in San Fernando. Other speakers I have heard talk personally and they present excellent material.

It would be nice to see these videos available in Ipod format. I could be watching something on my bus rides. Maybe they are, so if anyone knows, leave a comment.

Also, in fairness to those Reformed Calvinists who are sound when it comes to Genesis, Southern Presbyterian Seminary made available a series of lectures on the subject of creation and Genesis on the Sermon Audio site.

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Blogger The Seeking Disciple said...

Thanks for posting this. It seems that science from all angels is seeking to build a case against the biblical model for creation but time and time again God's Word stands firm.

12:16 PM, March 22, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's the schedule of upcomming speakers: Coming Attractions. Apparently their speakers are streamed live on the web too.

Dr. Richard Weikhart's presentation on April 3, 2010 should be interesting.

1:52 PM, March 22, 2010  
Blogger Pastor Pants said...


Thanks for the link.

There is a ton of video conversion software out there (much of it freeware) that would convert anything down to a mobile format. You should get yourself one and then you can watch pretty much an video you have on a mobile device.

7:36 AM, March 26, 2010  

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