Evening Lectures Online

Our Evening Lectures Online are scheduled for Saturday evenings, once every two months. They will be on a wide variety of subjects – many of which are not necessarily associated with other material being presented through our curriculum – and will be presented by both regular and visiting speakers. For details of future events, please see below. All Evening Lectures Online will be available on the Zoom platform and can be accessed by clicking here or on the image below. All are welcome.

Fossils and the Biblical Record 300Fossils and the Biblical Record

Saturday, 20th March 2021 at 7.30 pm

Fossils are a tangible link to the history of the earth. But how do they fit within the Biblical record? Why do we have fossils? How are they formed? What mechanism could there be within the pages of scripture that could account for their existence?

Jon Galloway studied science at university before gaining a degree in teaching mathematics. He has been studying the ‘origins debate’ for the last forty years and has lectured on aspects of the Bible and science for the British Bible School as well as throughout the United Kingdom, Europe and the USA.

He enjoys collecting fossils and fossil hunting, and he looks forward to introducing them to his grandchildren as they grow older – the grandchildren, that is, not the fossils! This is the second of our Evening Lectures Online.

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