Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Hard Questions for Evolutionists - Dr. Carl Baugh

Rocky Mountain Creation Fellowship was pleased to have Dr. Carl Baugh, Founder and Director of Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose Texas speak on the subject "Hard Questions for Evolutionists" at their May 13, 2011 meeting.

More than thirty years of Dr. Baugh's life have been spent researching the atmospheric conditions before the Genesis Flood, and he is Research Director for the world's first Hyperbaric Biosphere. He serves as Discoverer and Excavation Director of fourteen dinosaurs, including Acrocanthosaurus in Texas and Diplodocus in Colorado. Dr. Baugh is also co-discoverer and co-excavator of a unique South American ammonite that has not been described in the technical literature. He has led three scientific expeditions into the rain forests of Papua New Guinea in search of living pterodactyls. He will share with us some interesting recent data on human/dinosaur footprints.

Dr. Baugh's Degrees include:
Doctor of Theology (2005, Louisiana Baptist University),
Doctor of Philosophy in Education (1989, Pacific College of Graduate Studies), Masters in Archaeology (1984, Pacific College of Graduate Studies),
Bachelor of Arts (1961, Burton College), and
Graduate of Theology (1959, Baptist Bible College, Valedictorian).

Dr. Baugh has extensive experience as a lecturer in Scientific Creation, including appearances at Texas A & M University, University of Texas at Arlington, Western Illinois University, Texas Christian University, Southern Methodist University, and many others.

He appeared on TV Network Specials: "The Incredible Discovery of Noah's Ark" , "Ancient Secrets in the Bible," and "The Mysterious Origins of Man." Dr. Baugh has made over 70 guest appearances representing scientific creation on Trinity Broadcasting and hosts a weekly television program. He has also authored several books.