The Prescott chapter of the Arizona Origin Science Association (AzOSA) has announced that Jay Seegert, nationally recognized speaker on Creation Science will give a talk on the scientific evidence for creation at the next AzOSA meeting on Sunday afternoon, November 8th.
Mr. Seegert will address the question of belief in the Biblical account of creation and other events recorded in the Bible and whether or not there is scientific evidence supporting those beliefs. While it may be “politically incorrect” to accept scripture as literally true, Creationists deny there is any conflict between science and the Biblical account of the origin of life and other events recorded in the Bible. Creationists argue for a much younger earth than theorized by modern science and dispute the dating systems and time lines which are foundational to the various theories of evolution. Although those theories are widely taught in high school and college textbooks, Creation Scientists argue that they remain theories unsupported key principles of science. In short, creation science brings the scientific method to bear in their critique of evolutionary theory and in support of scripture.
The talk will be presented Sunday afternoon, November 8th, at 4:30pm, at the Liberty Baptist Church, 3100 Williamson Valley Road, Prescott, Arizona.
Mr. Seegert is the managing director of the Starting Point Project and holds degrees in Physics and Engineering Technology. He serves on the Board of Directors for Logos Research Associates and has been a recognized speaker for Creation Science Ministries for many years.
For those who are new to Creation Science or just curious to learn what it’s about, this event is an excellent opportunity to learn about the science underlying creationism. Contrary to the arguments of secularists that creation science is anti-science and a form of anti-intellectualism, those holding creationist views include many credentialed professional scientists, often holding advanced degrees from accredited universities. They accept modern principles of science. However, in doing so, they bring the scientific method to bear on the assumptions of evolutionary theory, and widely accepted assumptions used by secular scientists in measuring space and time and the dating of events recorded in the Bible.
Mr. Seegert’s talk is free and open to the public. He will be available for questions after his talk. Skeptics, agnostics, students and seekers of truth are cordially invited to attend.