Registration for Origins 2012, the annual joint conference of the Creation Biology and Creation Geology Societies is now open at the CBS website, http://www.creationbiology.org/origins2012.
The format for this year's conference will follow the successful format from Origins 2012. We'll open the conference on Thursday with a field trip to the Shenandoah National Park, followed by technical presentations and a poster session on Friday. Then on Saturday, we've invited seven theologians to present on the them of "Genesis, Creation, and the Flood." The speakers are:
Abner Chou, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, The Master's College
Jud Davis, Associate Professor of Greek, Bryan College
Douglas Kennard, Professor of New Testament, Houston Graduate School of Theology
Stephen Lloyd, Pastor of Hope Church, Gravesend, Kent
James Mook, Professor of Systematic Theology, Capital Bible Seminary
James Stambaugh, Ph.D. Candidate, Baptist Bible Seminary
William VanDoodewaard, Associate Professor of Church History, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
You can register for the entire conference or for the Saturday session only. The conference will be held on July 26-28 at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, VA. The college is located in the outskirts of Washington, DC, just 30 miles west of Washington Dulles International Airport. Housing is available in the college dorms or in nearby Leesburg, VA. Full registration for the conference is just $160 for CBS or CGS members ($220 with dorm housing), which includes meals. Or come to the Saturday session alone for $30, which includes lunch with the speakers.
Find more information at the CBS website, http://www.creationbiology.org/origins2012.
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