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TCCSA may not necessarily endorse all material presented at meetings announced on this page, but feels that they would be of interest to creationists.

For a printable pocket-sized reminder of TCCSA activities,
December 2015 -- April 2016, click HERE

Calendar: It's more than just TCCSA
We hope to make this web calendar as comprehensive as possible for creation-related events taking place within about one hundred and fifty miles of the Twin Cities. If you have information on an event you would like posted, please send to info{at}tccsa.tc .

January 19, 2016

Dr. Ross Olson
"Did the Sun Really Stand Still?"

Sun Stood Still
We who read and believe the Bible when it states that the sun stood still, rarely think about the full implications. Skeptics dismiss it all as myth. But there is both archeologic and geologic evidence for many post flood catastrophes that fit with the Biblical record of miraculous changes in the usual order of nature.

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)

For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Rob Stadler
"Genetic evidence of evolution: One step forward, two steps back"

Genetic at Work
According to evolution, new genes arise from random mutations and natural selection. Genetic sequencing of organisms over time was expected to allow direct observations of new gene formation. We will review several experiments with well-documented genetic changes. These experiments clearly show: 1) a preference for loss of gene function as a means to overcome a selective pressure, 2) simple point mutations or rearrangements of existing genetic structures, not creation of new genes, 3) the extreme rarity of beneficial mutations, and 4) individual beneficial mutations tend to cancel each other when combined.

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Nazareth Hall, Chapel (The Building Nearest the Lake


March 15, 2016, 7:30 pm
Steve Law
"Patterns of Evidence -- Exodus"

ExodusPatterns of Evidence
For more than 50 years, the vast majority of the world's most prominent archaeologists and historians have proclaimed that there is no hard evidence to support the Exodus story found in the Bible. In fact, they say that the archaeological record is completely opposed to the Bible's account. This view of extreme skepticism has spread from academia to the world. The case against the Exodus appears to be so strong that even some religious leaders are now labeling this ancient account as historical fiction.

Filmmaker Timothy Mahoney begins with the question, "Is the Bible just a myth, or did the archaeologists get it wrong?" He decides to tackle this issue with a deliberate scientific approach. After examining the details in the biblical text, he journeys across the globe to search for patterns of evidence firsthand. The result is the most in-depth archaeological investigation into the Exodus from Egypt ever captured on film. The startling finds may change traditional views of how the Bible relates to ancient history.

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)

Common Sense Science
Theory of Everything?
Charles W. (Bill) Lucas

"The Universal Force: Derived From a More Perfect Union of Axiomatic and Empirical Scientific Methods"

Locations, Directions and Maps

TCCSA Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month (except August and December) at 7:30 to about 9:00 pm. They are now usually at Totino Fine Arts Center, in the room to the right side of the large auditorium (Room F2128 (Old F116) University of Northwestern - St. Paul (formerly Northwestern College), 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota. Other locations would be announced and posted, such as the Chapel in Nazareth Hall (the building just between the Totino Center and the lake).

Because the rooms sometimes change,
you may want to check the website more than once.

For a map of Roseville, click High Resolution or Low Resolution
For a PDF map of the campus, click HERE.
For a picture of Totino Fine Arts Center click HERE.
For directions, click HERE.


Steve Law, Brian Young, Jay Seegert, David Mikkelson, Shyla Allard, Julie von Vett, Bruce Malone, Alan K. Walker, and Russ Mcglenn.

But You Can Get The DVDs of Most Of These and Other TCCSA Meetings

For an archived list of Videos and DVDs of TCCSA meetings, Click HERE

To Visit Lehrke Productions Web Site for current information, Click HERE.
Or E-mail Lehrke at linda.lehrke{at}gmail.com.