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Intricacies of Flight and the Wonder of Hearing

Andy McIntosh  •  October 13th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

This October, DSA will hold its meeting on the 2nd Saturday, and feature world renowned speaker Professor Andy McIntosh!
Please note that unlike most of our meetings which are on the third Saturday of the month, this meeting is on the second Saturday, the thirteenth. Also, Andy McIntosh will […]

Mysteries of the Columbia River Gorge

Saturday, October 27th
Come with us and discover the Creation Mysteries of the Columbia Gorge!  We’ll take several short hikes, and collect cobbles transported 400 miles by Noah’s Flood.  We’ll also find some petrified wood.  In some places this wood is only charcoaled and is still burnable, even though it is supposed to be 15-16 million years old! On this […]

The Great Mammoths: Where Did They Go?

Edward Isaacs  •  September 15th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦
Spread across the northern plains of Asia, Europe, and North America were millions of Woolly Mammoths. Weighing up to six tons and bearing over ten-foot-long menacing tusks, the mammoths were prey to virtually nothing. However, despite the grandeur and magnificence of this enormous mammoth population scattered across the […]

Big Horn Basin: Showcase for the Flood and the Ice Age

Michael Oard  •  August 18th, 9:00am to 11:30am

Michael Oard returns as our speaker again this year for the month of August!  Michael Oard will give a detailed presentation on the Big Horn Basin, and show us not only how to interpret it in light of Noah’s flood and the post-flood Ice Age, but also how […]

Harmony Trail to Spirit Lake

Wednesday July 25th, 7:30am  ♦

This day trip will provide a good introduction to Mount St. Helens. The highlight will be a 2.5 mile (round trip) hike on the Harmony Trail to Spirit Lake and the floating log mat. In addition, we will visit an old growth forest, historic Bear Meadow, Meta Lake, and Windy Ridge. Teaching […]

Loowit and Step Canyon Hike

Thursday July 19th, 7:30am  ♦

This strenuous day hike will visit the most devastated part of the blast zone, including Loowit and Step Canyons and the Pumice Plain. Teaching will be based on a biblical creation worldview and include discussion of both catastrophic geologic processes and rapid biological recovery. Leaders will include Professor Keith Swenson. Please note […]

Forest Ecology along the Clackamas River

Saturday June 2nd, 7:30am  ♦

Come and explore the Forest Ecology of the Clackamas River with us on June 2nd!  Dr. Keith Swenson, Professor of Natural Sciences at Multnomah, will lead this trip. The upper Clackamas River drainage in the Mt. Hood National Forest is an ideal place in which to study and enjoy Oregon’s west side […]

C. S. Lewis: Anti-Darwinist

Dr. Jerry Bergman  •  July 21st, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Join us for our July DSA meeting, where will dive into C. S. Lewis’ views of Darwinism with Dr. Jerry Bergman!
Dr. Bergman’s talk will document the fact that Lewis was strongly opposed to Darwinism, and that Lewis was very effective in explaining why. C. S. Lewis also realized […]

Why Did God Use Bold Catastrophes In His Teaching Methods?

Brent Carter  •  June 16th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Join us for our June DSA meeting, where Brent Carter will show us the lessons God can teach us from the catastrophes in the earth’s geological past!
We are all familiar with laboratory experiments in High School and College that made for fun, exciting learning and were sometimes very […]

Life returns to Mount St. Helens!

Dr. Keith Swenson  •  May 19th, 9:00am to 11:30am

Noah’s Flood left the entire earth biologically devastated. Creationists believe that over the tens, hundreds and thousands of years following the Flood, living organisms recovered, eventually producing the ecosystems seen on the modern earth. But is such a belief reasonable? Is the biota really that resilient? And […]