DEBATE - John Mckay Vs. ACLU
7:30, Tuesday, June 20, 2000, Erickson Center, Rooms A & B, Northwestern College, Roseville

ohn Mckay, Director of Creation Research in Australia, has done extensive research throughout the world.  His knowledge and oratorical skills have kept him in demand as a teacher, lecturer and debater.  He and his materials showing the shortcomings of evolution, have been allowed into public schools in this country and and in many others.
In a 45 minute video presentation, John will be debating a member of the ACLU on the merits of evolution vs. Creation.  In a previous ACLU debate, questions from the audience were allowed but John's opponent was unable to defend his position without a prepared script.  At this debate no questions were allowed, but you will be given a chance to stump our panel of experts with your questions following the video.
Come prepared with questions that have been bugging you on
why or how or who or when.  This will be your chance to get involved.  No honest question is dumb, so come and ask it.  All ages are welcome.


    We believe in God: The Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and that all of its assertions are historically and scientifically true in the original autographs; this means that the account of origins in Genesis is a factual presentation of actual historical truths.
    We believe that the origin of matter and all basic types of living things, including man, came about through direct creative acts of God during the six-day creation week described in Genesis.  Whatever biological changes have occurred since the creation week have accomplished only changes within the created kinds.
    We believe that the great flood described in Genesis, commonly referred to as the Noachian Flood, was an historic event, world-wide in extent and effect.
    We accept the account of the special creation of Adam and Eve as the first man and woman.  Their subsequent fall into sin, by disobedience of God's direct command, is the basis for our belief in the necessity of a Savior for all mankind.
    Therefore, we believe that Jesus Christ is our Lord and only Savior and that personal faith in Him is necessary for salvation.

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