Lecture by Mike Riddle
June 21st 2014
Cedar Park Christian Schools, Bothell WA
This lecture was part of the Christian Teacher Training course. The goal of this course is to equip Christians with the communication skills and instructional methods to enhance the learning and application of knowledge. The focus of the class is both on instructional methods and biblical creation.
Target Audience: Christian Educators (An excellent course for getting Sunday school teachers trained to be dynamic teachers and facilitators)
Life-long learning tools
– Three critical thinking questions
– A question about fossils
– A power question
– Fuzzy words and magic words
– Red-flag words
The Bible and creation
– The importance of the book of Genesis
– The Bible and time
– Handling objections
– The Genesis Flood
– Did God use evolution?
– The Gospel and creation
Understanding the basics of science
More information on this course see:
About the Speaker:
Mike Riddle is an international speaker and educator on Christian education and apologetics with Creation Training Initiative (http://www.creationtraining.org/). He is also an adjunct speaker for Answers in Genesis. Mike holds a degree in mathematics and a graduate degree in education and has been involved in creation ministry for more than thirty years. Prior to getting involved in creation ministry, Mike was a captain in the U.S. Marines and a national champion in track and field.
This lecture was recorded during the Christian Teacher Training course at Cedar Park Christian Schools in Bothell Washington (http://www.cpcsschools.com/bothell/). The NW Creation Network organized this event, as it does numerous educational programs each year. Our programs feature presentations by speakers, scientists, and authors who are dedicated to defending the Bible and the Christian worldview. These events are open to the public and most are free to attend.
Northwest Creation Network
Seattle Creation Conference – annual 2-day event
Apologetics Symposium – monthly program with live webcast
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Learn more about how science supports the Bible at our CreationWiki: Encyclopedia of Creation Science.