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8th West Virginia Creationist Conference Set for August 6th and 7th
Contact: Daniel Hoskins, President, Kanawha Creation Science Group, 304-543-6562; wvcreationconference.com
 
NITRO, WV, July 9 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Kanawha Creation Science Group invites you to West Virginia's 8th annual Creation Conference on Friday and Saturday, August 6th and 7th at Rock Branch Independent Church (Nitro, WV). Admission is free. Event details are available at WVCreationConference.com and the KCSG's official website, kcsg.us.
 
"The Kanawha Creation Science Group is please to partner with Rock Branch Independent Church again this year to present our 2010 Creation Conference," announced KCSG President Daniel Hoskins. "We have several speakers lined up who will strengthen the faith of Christians and challenge non-Christians to further examine the Scriptures."
 
This year's Creation Conference features two days presentations, workshops and resources that will give the believer ample evidence and reason to trust God's Word from the very first word. A scale model of Noah's Ark will also be on display, courtesy of Bobby O'Connor.
 
Featured speakers include:
 
Daniel Hoskins, president of and popular speaker for the Kanawha Creation Science Group.
 
Rev. Robbie Parsons, founder of GenesisDefense.org, a ministry dedicated to reaching out to the average "Joe the Believer" to give him very simple, basic, logical evidence with which he can defend his faith in the Holy Bible and the teachings of creation and the Great Flood.
 
Hamilton Duncan P.E., P.G., who applies his invaluable experience in the geophysics and geotechnical engineering disciplines to Biblical Geology to give the audience a better grasp of the feasibility of Biblical history and the Genesis Flood event.
 
Rev. Tony Breeden, founder of DefendingGenesis.org and CreationLetter.com, the Biblical Creationist response to atheist Dr Michael Zimmerman's pro-evolution Clergy Letter Project.
 
A children's program will be provided for ages 6-11, featuring songs, crafts, puppets and kid-friendly presentations from Rev. Robbie Parsons, Hamilton Duncan and KCSG founder Karl Priest "the Insectman," who will be bringing his large insect collection. Karl Priest has recently authored the book, "Protester Voices – The 1974 Textbook Tea Party."
 
"We hope to demonstrate that Christianity is not a blind faith, but a reasonable faith that is testable and verifiable," notes Daniel Hoskins.
 
The Kanawha Creation Science Group is (KCSG) is a non-profit Christian organization committed to promoting Creation science and providing evidence against evolution. The KCSG ministers to West Virginia and surrounding areas.