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“Did God Create in Six Days?” by Scott Cox July 13, 2011

Posted by ellyv in Announcements.
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Place:    Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church 
Address:  2350 Leigh Avenue, San Jose, CA
Date:     Thursday, July 21, 2011
Time:     7:30 to 9:30 PM

Scott Cox has been a ruling elder in the San Francisco Orthodox Presbyterian Church since the mid 1980’s. Raised as a Southern Baptist, he was exposed to theistic evolutionary thinking prior to the Convention’s return to more Biblical-based theology and practice in the late 1970’s.

Scott holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from U.C. Berkeley and enjoys natural history pursuits (botany, birding, hiking, photography).  He is preparing to teach Math, Science and Comparative Religion this coming Fall at El Sobrante Christian School.  He also worked for Chevron Chemical Company, Clorox Technical Company and Bank of America prior to launching a new career in teaching.

In his presentation, Scott will speak about what the Bible has to say about creation and compare some of the various models used by Christians.  Scott is a proponent of the young earth model.

Scott is a very gifted and knowledgeable speaker.   He speaks at a level well suited for young people, so please feel free to bring youth and students along!

This event is FREE and open to the public!

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1. Don Kim - October 12, 2012

Is there a video a manuscript of this lecture? I really wish I could read or watch the lecture!

ellyv - October 12, 2012

No sorry, but if you want more information on this topic, let me know. You can check out Answers in Genesis website.


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