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October 18, 2022, 7:30 pm
Dr. Clyde Billington
"Is the Screaming Mummy the First Son of Pharaoh?"


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The Screaming Mummy is the most unusual mummy ever discovered. He was found at Deir El-Bahari in the famous cache of royal mummies, and thus he must have been a prince. He was found wrapped in a sheepskin. He is the only mummy every discovered--out of thousands--who was found in a sheepskin. Burial in a sheepskin was a violation of Egyptian religious law. However, sheepskin burials are known to have been a practice of the ancient Canaanites, and may have also been a practice of the Israelites. The Screaming Mummy was not properly mummified since his internal organs were not removed, and he was also hastily mummified while still in rigor mortis. He was unusually packed in natron in an expensive but unfinished cedar-log casket, and beside him in his casket were two common staffs. This presentation will argue that the Screaming Mummy is Webensenu, the missing first born son of Amenhotep II, the Pharaoh of the Exodus, and it will also argue that Amenhotep II thought that the killing of the lambs in the first Passover was to acquire their skins as way of faking death in order to fool the angel of death. However, Amenhotep II had a ram killed-not a lamb-- and missed smearing lamb's blood on top and sides of the door frame of his palace, and hence his son died anyway. This presentation will also argue that the obvious haste in the burial of the Screaming Mummy was because Amenhotep II had decided to chase after the fleeing Israelites of the Exodus.

University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center
Room F2106
WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
Dr. Billington will be in person
For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.





TCCSA

November 15, 2022, 7:30 pm
Helmut Welke
"First 4 days of Creation"
First Four Days
University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Nazareth Hall Great Room N2150


This talk calls for a return to the straight forward reading of Genesis from a Biblical and Scientific point of view. It goes through the first 4 days in terms of what God says about how He created the Universe, including the astronomical bodies. The sequence of events and evidences such as the formation of stars and Super Nova Remnants (SNR's) fit the Biblical narrative far better than Big Bang Theory. I will begin with explaining problems with the Gap theory and the currently popular Framework Hypothesis. The heart of the talk is to go through what the sequence of events that God says He went through and why that makes sense from an engineering perspective.


WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
SPEAKER MAY ON SCREEN

If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net

TCCSA

NO TCCSA MEETING IN DECEMBER
Think About The Meaning:
The Creator of Everything
Became A Baby...
And He Did It For Us
Christmas


TCCSA

January 17, 2023, 7:30 pm
Julie vonVett
Julie vonVett
"Creation / Evolution ??????"


University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center
Room F2106




WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
SPEAKER MAY ON SCREEN

If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net

TCCSA

February 21, 2023, 7:30 pm
Joe Taylor

Joe Taylor
"Feathered Dinosaurs"


University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center
Room F2106




WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
SPEAKER MAY ON SCREEN

If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net

TCCSA

March 21, 2023, 7:30 pm
Dennis Siler
Dennis Siler
"Topic to be Determined"


University of Northwestern St. Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville Minnesota
Totino Fine Arts Center
Room F2106




WE ARE BACK TO IN PERSON MEETINGS!!
SPEAKER MAY ON SCREEN

If You Want To Attend Virtually on ZOOM
For a link, email Dave Johnson at
david-johnson@usfamily.net

Common Sense Science
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
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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