Posted by: paulgarner | December 1, 2009

Steve Austin on GSA 2009

Over on the ICR website, Steve Austin provides an interesting report of the October 2009 Geological Society of America meeting in Portland, Oregon. It begins:

The Geological Society of America (GSA) is the largest and oldest association of professional geologists in North America. Its members are from academic institutions, industry, government, and private practice, and assemble once a year to further the professional practice of the earth sciences.

This year’s GSA meeting was at the Portland Convention Center in mid-October. Geologists who are Christians actively participated, and both young-earth and old-earth creationist views were heard. Christian geologists found various ways to bring attention to their practice and faith — by leading a field trip, delivering scientific papers, assembling as the Affiliation of Christian Geologists, identifying with certain Christian academic institutions, and attending the “Darwin Day” presentation.

You can read the rest of Steve’s article here.

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