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The Eighth International Conference on Creationism (ICC) is scheduled to be held July 29 to August 1, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA. at the Doubletree by Hilton in the Pittsburgh suburb of Green Tree.

AUTHORS:

  • All first draft papers are due September 30, 2017. Please follow the Author's Manual in preparing your final paper and submit it with the completed forms.
  • Final draft papers are to be received by the designated Editor no later than March 31, 2018.
  • Final Date to have accepted the typeset proof of your paper: May 31, 2018.

Questions regarding the status of papers should be directed to:

EDITORIAL BOARD CHAIRMAN

John Whitmore, Ph.D.

johnwhitmore@cedarville.edu

2018 ICC Evening Speakers

The program for the 2018 ICC is developing nicely and we are pleased to announce the list of evening speakers as follows:

  • Ken Ham from Answers In Genesis will be the keynote speaker on Sunday, July 29, 2018. His topic will be “Genesis and the State of the Culture.”
  • On Monday, July 30, 2017 Dr. Kevin Anderson will present a Creation Biology Update where he will cover the current scientific findings on soft dinosaur tissue being studied at the Van Andel Research Facility and any other findings that correlate and better explain what we see in created organisms and how they better fit the creation model.
  • On Tuesady, July 31, 2018 Dr. Steve Austin will discuss Building a Machine that Deposits Mud Layers Rapidly. His talk will focus on recent scientific findings of creation scientists and how those findings better explain and correlate with the fossil evidence and geologic formations;
  • On Wednesday, August 1, 2018 Dr. Jason Lisle will present Cosmology: Evolutionary Model and Problems -Suggestions by Creation Scientists. This talk will focus on recent scientific findings that question the current standard theory of the cosmological origin of the universe – The Big Bang. In addition, a discussion of the answers that creation scientists have for scientific findings like the cosmic background radiation and speed of light travel / time questions raised by evolutionary cosmologists.

All the evening presentations are FREE and open to the public.