Seminary by Chris Ashcraft
Seattle Creation Conference
In this presentation, Chris Ashcraft provides illustrations of beauty and wonder within the creation that offer a testimony to the glory of God, but which hasn't been seen until modern times. With evolutionary indoctrination reaching epidemic proportions, these previously unseen treasures provide valuable tools for creation evangelism.
In 1 Peter 3:15 we are instructed to "Always be prepared to give an answer," and yet most Christian are unable to defend their faith through logic, reason, and empirical evidence. Using recent surveys and events to demonstrate the effects of evolutionism on society, this message will inspire those who attend toward scholarly pursuits in creation apologetics.
Christopher Wayne Ashcraft is a creation scientist, speaker, and educator. He obtained the Bachelor of Science in biology from Wayland Baptist University in 1989 and a Masters of Science in biology from Texas Tech University in 1996. Following graduation from TTU, Ashcraft spent two years in a Genetics PhD program at Oklahoma State University, then accepted a position as a Plant Transformation Specialist for EDEN Bioscience. He was a research technician for 12 years specialized in plant tissue culture and genetic transformation technology. He is currently enrolled in a Masters of Education program at the University of Washington, and is a high school science teacher at North Sound Christian School where he teaches Biology, Chemistry, and Creation Apologetics. He moved from research into teaching in response to a call from God to work in creation science missions. He has been active in the creation missions for over a decade. He is firmly committed to researching and teaching creation apologetics and speaks periodically at churches, schools, and creation organizations in the Northwest United States. He is the founder of the Northwest Creation Network and the CreationWiki internet encyclopedia where he serves as senior administrator. He also organizes the annual Seattle Creation Conference.