Discover the origins of humanity this fall in St. Louis!
Have you ever wondered about the geology of the Garden of Eden? Or wanted to know more about Adam’s descendants through the human fossil record? This workshop is something you’re not going to want to miss.
This fall, Marcus Ross, director of creation studies at Liberty University will be appearing with Core Academy president Todd Wood at a special workshop on human origins in St. Louis. Scheduled for October 26, “Adam’s Children: Tracing the History of Humanity” will be an in-depth look at the fossil record and the strange world of hominin fossils.
Pressure to accept human evolution is becoming increasingly common in evangelical circles, but a growing number of researchers are developing a better understanding of the fossil record from a biblical creationist perspective. New research in Flood geology and paleoanthropology has revealed exciting new discoveries that affirm God’s special creation of human beings in his image.
At the workshop, Dr. Ross will present an overview of geology and the fossil record, and Dr. Wood will discuss his ongoing research on human fossils. There will also be a special panel discussion and Q&A session. Participants will have an opportunity to examine models of human fossils first-hand. Tickets for the event are $30, which includes lunch and a workbook. For more information and to buy tickets, visit the Adam’s Children web page.