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 […]

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 […]

Living Fossils

J. D. Mitchell  •  April 21st, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Charles Darwin coined the term “Living Fossils” to describe living plants and animals that are unchanged in appearance from fossils that have been assigned as their fossil ancestors. A modern definition for a living fossil is: “A living plant or animal that looks identical or very similar […]

An Indiana Jones Look at the New Testament

Tom Hoyle  •  March 17th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

For our March DSA meeting, we will find out, once again, that dead men do indeed tell tales!
Last year, Tom Hoyle was at DSA with an Indian Jones Look at the Old Testament.  This year, he comes back to talk about the New Testament!  This exciting (and accurate) […]

Novarupta: Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes

Pat Roy  •  February 17th, 9:00am to 11:30am
When formed in Alaska in 1912, Novarupta was the largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century. It released 30 times the volume of magma of the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens and left an area named the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.

Almost a hundred years later, creation […]

Biomimetics: God Invented It First!

Dr. Thomas Kindell  •  January 20th, 9:00am to 11:30am
From cars and jets to velcro and barbed wire, biomimetic inventions are all around us.  Popular DSA speaker Dr. Thomas Kindell will show us examples of innovations inspired by the created world.  Scientists and engineers have increasingly realized that if a new innovation or engineering solution is […]

Bethlehem’s Star: What Was It?

Paul Taylor  •  December 16th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

Bethlehem’s Star is arguably the most intriguing aspect of the traditional Christmas account.  What was it?  Was it natural or super-natural?  Who were these Wise Men, and why were they looking for the Messiah?  All these questions and more will be answered by creation speaker, Paul Taylor.
*Paul […]

Butterflies: Minature Marvels of Creation

Caitlin LaBar  •  November 18th, 9:00am to 11:30am ♦

DSA’s own Caitlin LaBar is giving a presentation on Butterflies! This talk will cover the basics of butterfly taxonomy, anatomy and life history, and how we can care for God’s Creation through habitat conservation and butterfly gardening. It will end with a “photographic tour” of Pacific Northwest […]