Category: Retreats

exploring the hardest problems in creation

Another Wonderful Smoky Mountain Retreat

  Our 2020 Creation Retreat has come and gone, but we had a great time!  Our guest this year was Henry Smith of Associates for Biblical Research.  He’s the administrative director of ABR’s ongoing dig at Shiloh, and he also co-hosts their show Digging for Truth.  He led our discussions of biblical archaeology, first by…
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March 2, 2020 0

Hard questions: Death and the Fall

In Genesis 2-3, the Bible tells the story of Adam and Eve, who were originally created for fellowship with God in the garden of Eden but who fell into sin by eating the forbidden fruit.  Church fathers like Theophilus of Antioch and Tertullian believed that this original transgression brought sin and  punishment into the world. …
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March 27, 2019 0

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