Dr. Jason Lisle on “Your Origins Matter”

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Dr. Jason Lisle, Director of Physical Sciences at the Institute for Creation Research in Dallas, is coming to speak at Grace Baptist Church on Wednesday, July 27, 2016. at 7:00 PM. Dr. Lisle is a Christian astrophysicist who writes and speaks on various topics relating to science and the defense of the Christian faith.

Dr. Lisle graduated summa cum laude from Ohio Wesleyan University, where he double-majored in physics and astronomy and minored in mathematics. He then earned a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in astrophysics at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Dr. Lisle specialized in solar astrophysics and has made a number of scientific discoveries regarding the solar photosphere, including the detection of giant cell boundaries using the SOHO spacecraft. He also does theoretical research and has contributed to the field of general relativity.

Since completion of his research at the University of Colorado, Dr. Lisle began working in full-time apologetics ministry, specializing in the defense of Genesis. He has written a number of articles and books on the topic. His most well-known book, The Ultimate Proof of Creation, demonstrates that biblical creation is the only logical possibility for origins. Dr. Lisle wrote and directed the popular planetarium shows at the Creation Museum, including “The Created Cosmos.”

Dr. Lisle has authored a number of books and articles. His books include Understanding Genesis: How to Analyze, Interpret, and Defend Scripture; The Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky; Taking Back Astronomy; Discerning Truth: Exposing Errors in Evolutionary Arguments; The Ultimate Proof of Creation; Logic & Faith: Discerning Truth in Logical Arguments, and The Solar System: God’s Heavenly Handiwork; and he coauthored Old-Earth Creationism on Trial with Tim Chaffey. He contributed to the production of several DVDs, including Ultimate Apologeticsand Created Cosmos. He is also a contributing author for the Answers Books, volumes I and II.

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