Saturday, October 1, 2011
9:30am - 4pm
Richard Marrano and Keith Robinson
All Day Seminar
Arbor Vitae Science Building
N8705 Scout Road
East Troy, WI 53120
Session 1 Countering Evolutionary "Proofs" in Biology Texts
9:30-10:30 AM Keith Robinson
Everyone who has sat through a public school biology class knows that Evolution is a proved fact, right? After all, textbook publishers and teachers wouldn't present something that wasn't true, would they? In this presentation, Keith A. Robinson, author of the Origins Trilogy and Extensions Director of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee analyzes ten of the top "proofs" for evolution and demonstrates how in each case, the evidence is either misinterpreted, misleading, or downright false. Instead of proving evolution, the evidence actually points to a Creator.
Session 2 - Implications of Evolution on Society
10:45 -11:45 AM Richard Marrano
How has Evolution influenced what people think about various issues facing our world today. In this session we will look at examples of the application of an evolutionary world view in Science, Medicine, and Social policy.
12:00 Noon Lunch
$8.00 per person (7 years of age and under are $4.00. 1-2 yrs. olds eat free)
If you are having lunch in the Timber-Lee Cafeteria, please call Ken or Betty Bahr at 262-255-4643 for RESERVATIONS
Session 3 - Implications of a Biblical Creation Worldview
1:15 -2:15 PM Richard Marrano
What does nature illustrate about our spiritual world? Romans 1:20 states that God’s eternal power and divine nature are evident from what he has made. If we go beyond simply interpreting nature to indicate that God exists we can see the spiritual truths God illustrates in what he has made.
Session 4 Aliens and Evolution: Exploring the Connection
2:30-3:30 PM Keith Robinson
Are we alone in the universe? Isn't the universe so huge that life must exist on other planets? Is it possible that other intelligent beings and civilizations exist? The answer to these questions and many others are largely dependent on your worldview, particularly whether or not you believe in evolution. In this session, Keith A. Robinson, author of the Origins Trilogy and Extensions Director of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee will discuss these issues and their theological implications. In addition, Mr. Robinson will also present scientific research that demonstrates some of the flaws in Darwin's famous theory.
About our speakers:
Author and Speaker
The Author of: Logic’s End, Pyramid of the Ancients, and Escaping the Cataclysm. Keith Robinson has dedicated his life to teaching others about the evidence for creation and against evolution. The Origin of Life debate has been his passion and his calling since he first began researching the topic in 1998.
Since the release of Logic’s End, his first novel, he has been a featured speaker at Christian music festivals and churches, as well as appearing as a guest on numerous radio shows. In addition, he is also the Extensions Director of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee. The publication of Escaping the Cataclysm marks the completion of his first trilogy. Mr. Robinson is currently working on a new series of action/adventure novels dealing with the issue of world religions.
When not writing or speaking, Mr. Robinson is a full-time public school orchestra director at Indian Trail High School & Academy, he serves as the Principal Violist of the Full Score Chamber Orchestra in Zion, Illinois, and he is a professional freelance violist and violinist. He currently resides in Kenosha, Wisconsin, with his wife, Stephanie, and their five children.
Since becoming a Christian while in graduate school more than 31 years ago, God has continuously shown me how Scripture can guide our understanding of the physical world as it also guides us in a deeper understanding of who He is as the Creator( Romans 1:20). I started in on this topic when I spoke at a Caleb Campaign seminar in Chicago back in the 1980’s. Since then I have spoken at Midwest Creation Fellowship. CSSM and numerous churches in the Midwest, Camp Timberlee, and Camp Awana. I have also had the privilege of working with World Hope International in Sierra Leone and Haiti to instruct & encourage teachers there in the area of teaching Science from a Biblical perspective. I have also been awarded grants by the state of Illinois for programs I developed to help students understand how one’s perspective influences the interpretation of fossils and also astronomical data. I have done a statewide workshop for public school teachers about how assumptions influence the interpretation of fossils. I have also spoken at various functions in the area, usually dealing with the general topic of Scripture and Science. For the last ten years I have also been volunteering with my church’s ministry at the county jail doing weekly Bible studies and Sunday Chapel services.