Date:                          Saturday, November 22, 2014

Time:                         2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Place:                      Willingdon Church, Fireside Room (not our normal room)

4812 Willingdon Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5G 3H6

Telephone:              604-553-0771  Barb Churcher


If you would like to contribute to our snacks, to add some variety, that would be wonderful and most appreciated!! If you do decide to do this, please email me to let me know. Thank you for your support.

Richard Peachey will be here, IN PERSON, to talk to us about the following:

With each of the two topics shown below, Richard is including the web-based “pre-reading” article — in case anyone is inclined to think about a given topic beforehand. (The pre-reading is not “required”!


(1) “Darwin Versus Christ: Why You Can’t Logically Believe Both the Bible and Evolution at the Same Time!

Suggested pre-reading (not mandatory!):

Let’s Be Realistic: You Can’t Logically Have it Both Ways!

Theistic Evolution: Can This “Marriage” Be Saved??

Four Reasons Why You Can’t Believe Both Genesis And Evolution At The Same Time

‘A child may see the folly of it’ [by Ken Ham, based on a quote from Thomas Huxley]

Why Christians Should Not Be Open to Darwin!

Why evolution hurts the church (This is a brilliant article on theistic evolution, destined to become a classic. It was just published this week.)


(2) “Half the Fossil Record is Missing!!

Suggested pre-reading (not mandatory!)

Mistaken Microfossils! (And Other Erroneous Evidence of Early Earthlife)


About Our Speaker:

Holding academic degrees in science (biology and chemistry) and theology, Richard Peachey is a retired science teacher in the Abbotsford public school system.  For five years he was engaged in a preaching ministry with a church planting work in B.C.  He is past vice-president of the Creation Science Association of B.C.

There will be a Question and Answer time, and refreshments.

Please also note that there will be a book table with dvds and books for purchase.

Please feel free to invite anyone you feel may be interested in coming.

No RSVP needed.

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