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Sunday, May 07, 2006

Hey, that was a groovy session

The Tiews concluded their studies of the 50s, 60s and the Space Race with a nice unit party. The week before we met Buzz Aldrin, one of the first two astronauts who set foot on the moon. He visited the Science Center here in St. Louis. That was really groovy....

At Immanuel, our fieldwork church, Chris is teaching a great class on the weaknesses of evolution and how all the evidence points to the wonderful creator. We are all glad that he's NOT wearing his favorite 60s outfit during that bible study :)

From the church bulletin:
Can Christians Really Believe in Evolution? - Music Room; Apr. 23- May14; Seminarian Chris Tiews. We are blessed to have a seminarian who is also a geologist. Chris will look inside the evolution/creation debate, with some attention to the issue of intelligent design. Topics for each of the four weeks are: "Two Competing Worldviews: Naturalism and Creationism," "Scientific Weaknesses of the Evolution Theory," "Is Intelligent Design a Viable Alternative?" "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing and the Christian Response."

For more information check out the Institute for Creation Research or Discovery Institute

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