Applied Evolution: Implications in Law and Medicine
When: Tuesday, February 5, 2013
6:45 – 7:00 pm
Presentation and Q&A:
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Where: 25 W 560 Geneva Road, Carol Stream
The entryway is just west of Gary Avenue on Geneva Road, on the north side of the street. Enter the drive just east of the sign (next to Slide Chart Company), and park behind the building. Enter through the rear door. Handicapped parking is in front, with entrance through the front door.
For more information, visit: www.midwestcreationfellowship.org,
Free admission and refreshments, but donations are welcome
Sponsored by the Midwest Creation Fellowship
Have you entered the essay contest? A couple months still to get your entries in. Take advantage of being stuck indoors by having your kids do some writing with a purpose. All the details below and at Midwest Creation Fellowship’s site.
Here’s some info to get you started (but, fyi, I think their ages are switched on their categories):
To encourage the development of skills in research, analysis and logical reasoning through preparing an effective presentation of a thesis in a creation-oriented paper.
Prizes: Senior High Level (Ages 11-14*)
- $250 First Place
- $100 Second Place
- $75 Third Place
Junior High Level (Ages 14-18*)
- $100 First Place
- $50 Second Place
- $25 Third Place
* Entrants 14 years old on April 30 may enter either Junior or Senior division
Topics: must strongly relate to the subject of creation vs. evolution, from a creationist perspective. Suggestions:
- Why do cultures around the world…
…have the same star constellations?
…have very similar legends, such as a gigantic flood?
…offer blood sacrifices to their god(s)?
- Reasons why I believe in creation
- Vestigial organs: a vestigial argument
- More topic suggestions