Creation Conference


Join us for two days of teaching and fellowship as we look at the creation/evolution issue with two dynamic speakers from Creation Magazine and Creation Ministries International. 

Richard Fangrad has been speaking on the creation/evolution issue since 1994. As a speaker, he is known for his easy-to-understand scientific presentations. Thomas Bailey has been a communicator most of his life; acting, preaching and writing. His chief desire is to communicate the gospel. Thomas has become acutely aware of how important a literal historical view of Genesis is to the gospel and other core biblical doctrines.

A wide range of resources will be available throughout the conference. Books, DVDs and audio resources for children, youth and adults as well as technical material will be on hand to ensure equipping will continue long after the conference.

The conference begins Friday, October 20 at 7 p.m. and wraps up at 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 21, and it all happens at Strathroy Community Christian School, 7880 Walkers Dr., Strathroy, Ontario. The $10 cost covers the whole conference, including lunch on Saturday. Pre-registration is not required.

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If churches and Christian schools are interested in finding speakers for conferences such as this, I would invite them to contact the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA), an organization of Christians in science ( Many members of the CRCNA, some of whom are faculty members at CRCNA-affiliated colleges, are members of the ASA. Within the ASA are the Affiliation of Christian Biologists and the Affiliation of Christian Geologists, and many of the CRC members and college faculty members referred to are members of these groups. These Christian scientists are all actively involved in science-related careers or are retired from them, and it should be possible to find well-qualified individuals from these sources who would be willing and able to discuss the topic of creation from a Reformed perspective as speakers or as members of a panel. Contact the ASA at the above website for further information.