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Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship – Denver, CO
May 13, 2016
Creation Presentation with Dr. Carl Baugh from the Creation Evidence Museum at Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship in Denver, CO.
WHEN: May 13, 2016
7:00 pm – “Identifying the Creator”
WHERE: Calvary Apostolic Church
Yale Ave. and Holly St.
Denver, CO 80222
CONTACT: Bill Browning
For our May 13 speaker, we are pleased to announce that Dr. Carl Baugh, Founder and Director of Creation Evidence Museum, in Glen Rose, Texas will speak on the subject “Identifying the Creator.”
He is the scientific research director of the world’s first hyperbaric biosphere, simulating earth’s atmospheric conditions before the world-wide flood of Noah’s day. As a consequence of his research on earth’s original atmospheric conditions he has lectured at NASA on its potential use in future space applications. He is the discoverer and excavation director of sixteen dinosaurs, including Acrocanthosaurus in Texas and Diplodocus in Colorado. In 1990 Baugh was Co-Director of an expedition searching for the Ark on Mt. Ararat. After forty years of research on the feasibility of building the vessel, he directed the construction of a 25-foot (1/20 scale) replica of the Ark now in the museum, and holds a U.S. Patent on the gopher wood process.
Carl Baugh lectures internationally on evidence for scientific creation on television and radio, and in schools, churches and various organizations. In the meantime he has appeared in over 500 television programs, primarily as Host of Creation in the 21st Century on TBN, and has been interviewed on more than 1500 radio programs. His appearances on NBC, CBS, ABC and the History Channel include The Mysterious Origins of Man and The Incredible Discovery of Noah’s Ark. Among his books written are Panorama of Creation and Why Do Men Believe Evolution Against All Odds? Among the full-length Videos produced are Creation in Symphony: The Evidence and Creation in Symphony: The Model.
Regular live-streaming episodes of his work in creation science are available on the web at www.creationevidence.org.