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ICR Inaugurates Center with RATE Conference

DALLAS—"If people spent more time looking at the data…they might be pleasantly surprised," commented Ken Embry, a retired engineer who spoke to reporter Sam Hodges of The Dallas Morning News after the “Thousands…Not Billions” conference on September 30.

The fourth of its kind since last November, ICR’s RATE conference detailed the evidences for a young earth based upon an 8-year study on radiometric dating methods and results.

Nearly 700 attended the conference at the Criswell Center on the campus of First Baptist Church in downtown Dallas, the first event in the new facility. Speakers included Drs. Baumgardner, Humphreys, Morris (III), Snelling, and Vardiman.

Don Pitman, a linguist and Bible translator, told the News in an interview, “I think the research that has been done is top-notch, very professional," he said. "It really supports what the Bible says, that God is the Creator and all of this didn't just come from nothing."

Read the entire Dallas Morning News article here

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