SOLD OUT! Darwin Dethroned Seminar at the ICR Discovery Center
Join us for the Darwin Dethroned Seminar at the ICR Discovery Center in Dallas, Texas. Evolutionists mark the birth of Charles Darwin every February, as they venerate a man whose life’s work was pivotal in establishing naturalistic thinking as the predominant worldview in Western Civilization. Countless people have been influenced by the publication of his most notable work “The Origin of the Species”, and have accepted some form of Darwinian evolution as uncontested fact. But, how much has been discovered in the 160+ years since Darwin, that unravels his ideas and worldview, and unseats him as a legitimate authority on how creatures originate and adapt?
ICR’s Darwin Dethroned Seminar examines the claims of Darwin, and modern Darwinists, who argue that the diversity of life forms came about from random, purposeless processes, over millions of years, and that creatures have adapted to their environments by means of a mysterious force deemed Natural Selection. The Scripture, and scientific evidence is clear: the Lord Jesus purposefully engineered all things by His Word, and pre-programed creatures to interact with, and fill their environments through a complex system of innate sensors, logic mechanisms, and output responses in a way that far exceeds anything that Darwin could have ever imagined.
Date: Feb 11, 2023
This event has reached capacity, but you can still sign up on the waitlist to be notified if a ticket becomes available, using the registration form below.
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|Saturday, February 11, 2023|
|10:00 a.m.||ICR Discovery Center opens|
|10:15 a.m.||Dr. Brian Thomas||“The Beginning of Life”||Using information you won’t find in secular biology textbooks, Dr. Thomas demonstrates the complete failure of natural processes to explain how life began. He critiques evolutionary speculations about the beginning of life and illustrates the engineered precision in cellular machines to show that God, not nature, created life.|
|11:15 a.m.||Dr. Tim Clarey||“Geology and Deep Time”||In this presentation, Dr. Clarey shows how sedimentary evidence across several continents confirms the occurrence of a global flood. He presents oil industry data compiled into maps and diagrams that illustrate the progression of the Flood and match the biblical narrative. He provides biblically based scientific explanations for large-scale sedimentary deposits that were rapidly formed by catastrophic activity. This abundant evidence supports a worldwide flood that happened just thousands of years ago.|
|12:00 p.m.||Break for lunch|
|1:15 p.m.||Dr. Randy Guliuzza||“It’s Time to Do Biology as if Darwin Had Never Been Born”||This lecture will introduce you to a groundbreaking new model called continuous environmental tracking (CET) that explains how organisms adapt. It is the first fully organism-focused, design-based explanation of adaptation to be developed by any organization. Christians should know that the latest scientific research is fully on the side of a design-based explanation of adaptation…and evolutionists are trying to force-fit it into their theory. Some Intelligent Design advocates and creationists still see organisms as having been designed in part by a Designer and in part by nature, but there’s no scientific reason for this. CET brings clarity and eliminates the mysticism inherent in all selection-based notions. Properly identify the true cause of organisms’ dramatic capacity to self-adjust to different environments and you are on your way to the most powerful argument for a beneficent intelligent Designer consistent with the God of the Bible.|
|2:00 p.m.||Q&A with speakers|
|2:30 p.m.||Dismiss to exhibit hall and planetarium (additional ticket purchase required).|
ICR Discovery Center
1830 Royal Ln.
Dallas, TX 75229
For more information please call 214.615.8325 or email events@ICR.org.