All content, of both the original and this blog, is written from my point of view and is my opinion. I believe it to be accurate at the time it is written. ~ Kyle Prast, Brookfield resident since 1986

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Jay Seegert: 'Faith is not a 4-letter word', 7:15 pm, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013

Photo  from  last event: Nature without Naturalism
People are often led to believe they must choose between believing in God and believing in science--that the two are mutually exclusive. And if they do believe in the God of the Bible, and the Genesis account of creation in particular, their faith is treated with the same disdain as a 4-letter word. The assumption being that science deals with "facts" and certainty and the Bible with faith, feelings, and wishful thinking, none of which are academically credible.

However, the assumption that God and science are opposing beliefs is utterly wrong, and nationally known lecturer Jay Seegert will address this very topic at the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee's meeting this Tuesday, February 26th. Seegert will discuss the relationship between science and faith and demonstrate that true science always lines up with the Bible.

The real question revolves around which faith is best: believing in origins via evolution or believing in origins via creation. Each position requires faith. This very encouraging talk defines and discusses both science and faith and the relationship of one to the other, concluding that it is not a matter of choosing between the two but that true science always lines up with God’s Word when properly understood.

Interestingly, as I learned from last month's talk: Nature without Naturalism, as science advances and they are discovering the complexity of just one human cell with it's many systems, the information coded on a single strand of DNA, or even the intricacy of a bacterial flagellum, it is becoming apparent that the source of these highly developed, organized systems had to be some sort of intelligent agent. As a result, following or going where the evidence leads has caused some scientists to renounce naturalism and come to a belief in a Creator. Following the evidence, the truth, has led some of our board members and speakers to a belief in God and the Bible.

'Faith is not a 4-letter word' will begin at 7:15 pm at Milwaukee Lutheran High School  Cafeteria
9700 W. Grantosa Drive, Milwaukee, WI  The event is free and open to the public. Enter by the doors under the archway, turn left, and follow the corridor to the Cafeteria. Milwaukee Lutheran High School is located on Grantosa Drive, north of Capitol Drive, west of 92nd St. Directions

Jay Seegert is the co-founder and principal lecturer of the Waukesha-based Creation Education Center, as well as a national speaker for Creation Ministries International. He has degrees in Physics and Engineering.

Upcoming Events: 
March 12, 2013, 7 pm, Dr. Jerry Bergman  presents Hitler and the Nazi Darwinian Worldview at Grace Bible Church, 117th and Cleveland Ave. West Allis

April 16, 2013, Tuesday, 7 pm, Jerry Frye speaks on God is Angry and Man is Without Excuse - Romans 1: 18-20 at Brookside Baptist Church, 4470 N. Pilgrim Road, Brookfield.

Blog Archives - Creation Science:
Understanding Fossil Evidence
Answers in Genesis Nov. 2012 Conference
Origins, Beauty, and Wrath: Why What We Believe Matters Today
Purpose Precedes Creation
The Importance of Worldview & literal 6 day creation

Dr. Bolander: The Miracle of Human Development 
The great debate at UWM: 'Intelligent Design vs. Darwinism: Can Science Point to God?' Tues. March 6, 2012
Former evolutionist Paul Frank discusses Creation / Evolution debate 
Dr. Scott Hardin, From Fish to Amphibian (Impossible)
From Feminist Atheism to Biblical Truth 
Amazing video animation of inner life of cell   one component, a motor protein literally walked up the microtubule hauling a huge membrane bound cargo vesicle to its destination!

Creation Science Society of Milwaukee website:

Creation Ministries International

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