G1 Conference

Conference Session #3 Can be Viewed Below (Aired March 31st, 2021)

Conference Session #2 Can be Viewed Below (Aired March 24th, 2021)

Conference Session #1 Can be Viewed Below (Aired March 17th, 2021)

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This conference was held on March 17, 24, 31 (2021)

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Join Genesis Apologetics for this year’s G1 Conference! We’re teaming with a dozen speakers to answer top questions about Creation, Noah’s Flood, the Bible, and dinosaurs! Our team includes Drs. John Jackson and Derek Zahnd from Jessup University, Joe Walters from Encounter Church, Pastor Scott Hollingshead from Doxa, Dr. Georgia Purdom from Answers in Genesis, Dr. Brian Thomas from ICR, Perseus Poku from Sound Reasoning Ministries, Dr. Rob Carter from CMI, and Archaeologist Dr. Carl Morgan. The conference is online and registration is free!

The conference starts at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 8:30 p.m. (Pacific) on three consecutive Wednesdays: March 17, 24, and 31. The schedule is below:

March 17, 2021 (6:00 pm - 8:20 pm Pacific)
Joe Walters: Opening Prayer & Intro
Dr. Dan Biddle & Dave Bisbee: GA Overview
Dr. John Jackson: From Genesis to Jesus
Dr. Dan Biddle: Why are Creation Apologetics Important?
Dr. Brian Thomas: Dinosaurs and the Bible
Dr. Dan Biddle: Evidences for Noah's Flood
Testimony from an Ex-Atheist: A Journey Led by the Holy Spirit and Evidence

March 24, 2021 (6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Pacific)
Dr. Dan Biddle: Biblical and Scientific Reasons I Converted to a "Biblical Creationist"
Scott Hollingshead: Living Under the Authority of Scripture can Change your Life
Dr. Carl Morgan: Top 10 Archeological Evidences that Confirm the Bible
Dr. Brian Thomas: Fossils: Evolution or Noah's Flood
Dr. Derek Zahnd : Why we can Trust the Bible

March 31, 2021 (6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Pacific)
Dr. Rob Carter: Historical Adam
Perseus Poku: Relational Apologetics in Today's Era
Dr. Dan Biddle: Testing the Theory of Human Evolution
Dr. Georgia Purdom: A Biblical Perspective on "Race"

This conference is best suited for students 5th grade and higher.