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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 discuss the relationship between science and faith in this engaging power-point presentation at this month's Creation Science Society of Milwaukee meeting.
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.
'Faith is Not a 4-Letter Word' will begin at 7:00 pm, Tuesday, February 18th at Crossroads Community Church, 4315 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin, WI 53151. The event is free and open to the public. Creation Science literature and DVDs are available for sale.
Please note that the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee members and patrons will be conducting their annual business meeting and election of officers from 6:30pm to 7pm at the same location before Mr. Seegert's presentation.
Jay Seegert holds degrees both in Physics and Engineering Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and John Brown University, respectively. He currently serves in full time ministry as the Co-Founder and Principle Lecturer for the Creation Education Center - CECwisc.com He has been speaking on Creation/Evolution and the authority of the Scriptures in the United States for over 27 years. He served as a former President of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee, and is the author of “Let There Be Light”.