Controversy Over Creation and Evolution: Christians Battle it Out

April 15, 2011

This summer, Fixed Point Foundation (who brought you the “Lookup316″ Super Bowl commercial) will address the Creation debate taking place within the Church. THREE VIEWS. YOU DECIDE.

Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) April 14, 2011

The notion that the Church is monolithic on the questions surrounding creation and evolution is hardly accurate. In fact, Christians are deeply divided over the issues. There is an intense debate among believers about how to interpret the Creation account of Genesis, the age of the earth, and whether Darwin was right.

June 15-18, these questions and many more will be debated by some of the top minds representing the three most prominent views of Creation within the Christian faith. All three of these men are Christians, but they vehemently disagree about how to understand Genesis: Dr. Hugh Ross (Reasons to Believe) will present the Old Earth Creationist view; Dr. Terry Mortenson (Answers in Genesis) will speak on behalf of Young Earth Creationism; and Dr. Michael Behe (Discovery Institute) will represent the ID-Theistic Evolutionary view. In addition, John Lennox (Professor of mathematics and philosophy of science at Oxford University), will offer his own perspective on the issue.

Below are the details:

In The Beginning: A Conference on the Days of Creation.

June 15th-18th, 2011

Hosted by Briarwood Presbyterian Church

Information and Registration available at:


About Fixed Point –

Fixed Point Foundation is committed to promoting a confident Christianity in the public square by fortifying the minds of Christians and challenging the faith of skeptics. Fixed Point Foundation is located in Birmingham, Alabama and is a registered 501c3 organization. http://www.fixed-point.org

For more information, or to schedule an interview, contact:

Rebekah Page

PR and Events Coordinator

Fixed Point Foundation



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