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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.

For a printable pocket-sized reminder of TCCSA activities,
April -- July 2015, 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 .


Northwest Treasures

Thursday, April 16th 6:00- 8:00
(Speaker starts at 6:30)
Patrick Nurre, Creation Geologist
From Northwest Treasures, Seattle, Washington
"Seeing the Flood in the Geology of Yellowstone"

St. Lucas Community Church
1195 Manning Ave. N.
Lake Elmo, MN 55042

For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.


TCCSA

April 21, 2015,7:30 pm
Dr. Clyde Billington
"Khirbet Qeiyafa"

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

Gold Bracelets of King Shoshenq's son
Temple Treasure made into Egyptian bracelets?
Israeli archaeologists from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have unearthed a Byzantine-era hoard of gold in Jerusalem's Old City.

Dig director Eilat Mazar described the excavation of 36 gold coins, a gold medallion inscribed with a Jewish ritual candelabrum and a selection of gold and silver jewellery as "a breathtaking, once-in-a-lifetime discovery."

A statement said that the treasure was found about 50 metres (yards) from the southern wall of the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, known to Jews as Temple Mount and venerated as the site of the Jewish temples of kings Solomon and Herod.

Mazar, of the Hebrew University Institute of Archaeology, said that while excavations in the same area had revealed artifacts from the time of Solomon's temple, which according to Jewish tradition was razed by the Babylonians in 586 BC, the seventh century finds were completely unexpected.

"It would appear that the most likely explanation is that the...cache was earmarked as a contribution toward the building of a new synagogue, at a location that is near the Temple Mount," the statement quoted her as saying.

"What is certain is that their mission, whatever it was, was unsuccessful. The treasure was abandoned, and its owners could never return to collect it." Mazar estimates they were abandoned in the context of the Persian conquest of Jerusalem in 614 CE," the statement said.


For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.


TCCSA

May 19, 2015,7:30 pm
Jay Seegert
of Creation Science Society of Milwaukee
"Evolution: Probable or Problematic?"

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


Certain aspects of evolution occasionally seem fairly plausible to many people ... even Christians. If we use our imagination, we can envision fish slowly turning into amphibians, with their fins gradually being transformed into legs and their lungs adapting to breathing air. However, when we take a closer look at what actually has to go on inside (in the DNA) we see a very different picture. It's like looking under the hood of a beautiful red sports car only to find that its engine is completely missing! Presenting some cutting-edge information about DNA, this presentation clearly demonstrates (in laymen's terms) that molecules-to-man evolution is virtually impossible.

For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.

For Mr. Seegert's Poster, click HERE.


TCCSA

June 16, 2015,7:30 pm
Brian Young
of Creation Instruction Association
"Evolution, Astronomy and Men on Mars"

University of Northwestern St Paul, 3003 North Snelling, Roseville, Minnesota
Nazareth Hall Chapel



Northwest Treasures


August 23-26, 2015
Dino Dig, Glendive, Montana

with Creation Geologist, Patrick Nurre

of Northwest Treasures

Family Friendly -Great for Kids of all ages!
Aug 23- Travel to Glendive, MT - Evening Dino Talk
Aug 24- Half Day Dino Dig or Full Day dig with option to tour
Creation Museum -Evening Dino Talk
Aug 25- Marine Fossil Dig
Search for Montana Agates- Evening Dino Talk
Aug 26- Drive home

Contact: Allen Gahl at allengahl@{at}yahoo.com for more information

For a printable PDF Poster, click HERE.



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"




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

Brian Young, Joe Taylor, Georgia Purdom, Julie VonVett, Shyla Allard, Clyde Billington, Bob Bonahoom, Rob Stadler and Bruce Malone.

But You Can Get The DVDs of Most Of These and Other TCCSA Meetings

For an archived list of Videos and DVDs of TCCSA meetings, Click HERE

To Visit Lehrke Productions Web Site for current information, Click HERE.
Or E-mail Lehrke at linda.lehrke{at}gmail.com.


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