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TCCSA may not necessarily endorse all material presented at meetings announced on this page, but feels that they would be of interest to creationists.

June 2018 -- November 2018, click HERE

Calendar: It's more than just TCCSA
We hope to make this web calendar as comprehensive as possible for creation-related events taking place within about one hundred and fifty miles of the Twin Cities. If you have information on an event you would like posted, please send to info{at}tccsa.tc .


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TCCSA Creation Conversations


June 19, 2018, 7:30 pm
Helmut Welke

of Creation Conversations


"Science and the Age of the Earth."

Millions of Years Science and the Age of the Earth: This presentation will review the origin of the idea of millions of years and the methodology of Carbon-14 dating. Several other scientific findings that pertain to the age of the earth as well as some startling results will be discussed.

Helmut Welke Speaker: Helmut Welke - Helmut is a recently retired engineering manager for a Fortune 200 company. He holds BS & MS degrees from the University of Illinois (Urbana) and was recognized as a 'Fellow' by his engineering society. He is also the founder and president of the Quad-City Creation Science Association, a member of the Creation Research Society and a speaker for Logos Research Associates.

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)

For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.


TCCSA

July 17, 2018, 7:30 pm
Joseph Kezele MD


Joseph Kezele MD


"You've Come A Long Way, Baby"

You've Come a Long Way, Baby! - The Transition from Prenatal to Postnatal Circulation. This fascinating presentation discusses the physical changes that must occur in the circulatory system for a baby to make the transition from life in the womb to the outside world. Many of the contributing factors that stimulate these changes are also given, demonstrating the irreducible complexity of the mammalian system of giving birth. A medical case history is presented with a surprise ending, and the relevance of all of this to Genesis is demonstrated.

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)


TCCSA


MONDAY August 20, 2018, 7:30 pm
Kevin Anderson

Dr. Kevin Anderson
"Are Dinosaur Proteins Immortal?"

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)


TCCSA


TUESDAY August 21, 2018, 7:30 pm
Kevin Anderson

Dr. Kevin Anderson


"A Creationist Perspective of Genetics"
University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)


TCCSA

September 18, 2018, 7:30 pm
Dragon


Russ McGlenn


"Marco Polo and Chinese Dragons. Dinosaur or Myth?"



In 1271 Marco Polo made his famous trip to China. A distance of 2000 miles by the silk route road. He came through the Chinese province of Karajan. While staying there he observed and described in detail a creature over 50 feet long. Polo explored and described China for 24 years. He wrote much of this in journals that were made into a book (The Travels of Marco Polo) when he returned to Europe. Considered to be a scholar and astute historian of the Chinese culture, why do some scientists who read his account of the 50 foot monster think he made it up or exaggerated? We will look at this creature as well as other animals described in Chinese literature. Stories of Chinese dragons date back to the Ming Dynasty about 2000 BC, the time of Abraham. Questions we will cover:

Was Polo describing a dinosaur?</>
What other evidence is there for this creature.
Why were the local people afraid of it?
What method did they devise to kill this animal so big and tough skinned?
Is there a scientific explanation for fire breathing dragon/dinosaurs?
Are there really flying dragons?

Russ and Amy are planning to go to China on a mission trip in October. They will teach in southern Yunan Province. This will depend on two factors: Financially we need to raise $3000 for the trip and have $1000 raised so far. Politically: the government is tightening control over Christian meetings. The missionary friends we will visit, want us to teach Creation science to college students, homeschools and home church groups. To keep a low profile, we will not have any large group meetings. If you would like to help, sent your tax deductible gifts to TCCSA with a note designating it for the McGlenn China Mission Fund.

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)



For flier, click HERE.

Semisaurus

September 22-26, Glencoe MN

September 28-30th, Rochester MN



Semisaurus Mobile Creation Museum

See Pictures



TCCSA Alpha Omega Institute


October 16, 2018, 7:30 pm
Dave and Mary Jo Nutting
of Alpha Omega Institute
"Design in Nature"
University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)




TCCSA


November 20, 2018, 7:30 pm
Rob Stadler
"The First Synthetic Life: Lessons for the Origin of Life"
University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center, Room F2128 (Old F116)




Common Sense Science
Theory of Everything?
Charles W. (Bill) Lucas

"The Universal Force: Derived From a More Perfect Union of Axiomatic and Empirical Scientific Methods"
A Paper submitted to the 7th International Conference on Creation
Click HERE for a detailed abstract.



Locations, Directions and Maps

TCCSA Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month (except August and December) at 7:30 to about 9:00 pm. They are now usually at Totino Fine Arts Center, in the room to the right side of the large auditorium (Room F2128 (Old F116) University of Northwestern - St. Paul (formerly Northwestern College), 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota. Other locations would be announced and posted, such as the Chapel in Nazareth Hall (the building just between the Totino Center and the lake).

Because the rooms sometimes change,
you may want to check the website more than once.
For a map of Roseville, click High Resolution or Low Resolution
For a PDF map of the campus, click HERE.
For a picture of Totino Fine Arts Center click HERE.
For directions, click HERE.

TCCSA
YOU MISSED
Steve Law, Brian Young, Jay Seegert, David Mikkelson, Shyla Allard, Julie von Vett, Bruce Malone, Alan K. Walker, and Russ Mcglenn.
But You Can Get The DVDs of Most Of These and Other TCCSA Meetings
For 2 lists of DVDs of TCCSA meetings, archived and presently available, Click HERE
or Contact Dave Johnson.


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