Dr. Terry Mortenson to Speak at Two-Day Conference
FAITH NEWS SERVICE – Old Bridge, NJ: Calvary Chapel Old Bridge, a non-denominational Christian church will be hosting a Creation Conference with Dr. Terry Mortenson of Answers in Genesis on February 20-22. The conference will take place during regular weekend church services as well as special evening sessions and will explore biblical answers to the problems America is facing today.
Dr. Mortenson holds a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Philosophy in the history of geology and has lectured in 35 countries. He has served for 26 years with Campus Crusade for Christ in the United States and Eastern Europe and now serves as an author, speaker and researcher with Answers in Genesis.
Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry dedicated to equipping Christians to defend their faith and proclaim the gospel effectively. The organization focuses on providing answers to questions about the Bible, particularly in the book of Genesis regarding key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth.
Among the lectures Dr. Mortenson will be teaching are, “Creation, Evolution and Our Cultural Moment,” “Origin of Species: was Darwin right?,” “Ape-men, Adam & the Gospel,” “Millions of Years: The Idea’s Unscientific Origin and Catastrophic Consequences,” “Noah’s Flood: Washing Away Millions of Years.”
In his lectures Dr. Terry Mortenson will be discussing foundational causes for the moral crisis America is facing. With no absolute morals, how do we address pornography, abortion, suicide, gender issues and homosexual “marriage”? Why is America becoming less and less Christian, even anti-Christian, everyday, although we are the country with the greatest number of Christian resources? Dr. Mortenson will show over the course of the conference that the more the church has ignored or rejected Genesis, the more we have seen the church and the culture of the once-Christian west reject other doctrines as well.
The Answers in Genesis Creation Conference is a free event. All are welcome. For service times and lecture schedule visit www.ccob.org.