Registration is now open for the Origins 2012 conference. The Creation Biology Society website says:
The Creation Biology Society and the Creation Geology Society are pleased to announce ORIGINS 2012, their annual joint conference on July 26-28, 2012 at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, VA. Once again, creation is being hotly debated among evangelicals, and now you have the chance to consider these issues for yourself. At the ORIGINS 2012 conference, July 26-27, creation scientists will gather in northern Virginia to present their latest cutting-edge research. Then on Saturday, July 28th, seven creationist theologians from Europe and America will address the vital importance of Genesis. This conference is ideal for Christian pastors, teachers, students and those struggling to make sense of science and the Bible.
I am very sorry to say that I am unable to make this year’s conference and will really miss seeing everyone. However, I am delighted that my BCM colleague, Dr Stephen Lloyd, will be one of the speakers at the special theology conference on Saturday 28 July. His topic is ‘Flood Theology: Why Does Noah’s Flood Matter?’ If you are in the US, I hope that you will make every effort to attend the conference. It promises to be a memorable event and on past experience you won’t regret it!