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Tickets for Spring Retreats Now Available

Tickets for the 2019 spring retreats are now available!  Our popular creation retreats are excellent opportunities for students, professors, and scholars to fellowship together as we tackle some of the hardest problems in creation! On March 22-24, our second annual Shenandoah Valley Creation Retreat features Hans Madueme, associate professor of theological studies at Covenant College,…
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November 19, 2018 0

Wrapping up the 2018 Creation Retreats

We just wrapped our 2018 retreat series with our first annual Big Bear Creation Retreat at Big Bear Lake, California.  We had a great group of students and professors join us as we considered the themes and ideas from Dr. Wood’s new book The Quest. Dr. Wood encouraged them all to look forward to the exploring…
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October 8, 2018 0

Public lecture: Neandertals in Your Family Tree: Introducing Grandpa Thag

  The newest public lecture from Core Academy of Science features our president Todd Wood discussing ancient DNA. One of the most startling discoveries of the modern age revealed that Europeans and Asians have Neandertal ancestors! Come find out how this discovery was made and what it means for you, your family, and the meaning…
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September 3, 2018 0

Hard questions: Human hybrids

This post begins an ongoing series on the hardest questions in creation. For an introduction to the idea of “hard questions,” see our introductory essay.  These occasional essays and commentaries will examine creationist perspectives on challenging research discoveries. A tiny bone fragment discovered in a cave in Siberia lead to the revelation that the woman…
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August 31, 2018 0