Monday, September 12, 2011

The Truth About Dinosaurs - Dr. G. Thomas Sharp

Discover the Biblical reality about dinosaurs! In this stunning program, watch science and the Bible unite as you learn the amazing truth about these creatures. Using more than 28 museum-quality dinosaur fossils and specimens, Dr. Sharp will explain the Biblical view of dinosaurs' origins and disappearance as he walks you through the five most frequently asked questions about dinosaurs: Did dinosaurs really exist? If so, when did they exist? Where are they now? Why are dinosaurs not in the Bible? Were dinosaurs on Noah's Ark? Dr. Sharp will also reveal their fascinating history and the role they play in your worldview. Come learn the Truth About Dinosaurs.

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About Creation Truth's Founder

G. Thomas Sharp has achieved national and international recognition as a Christian educator, religious leader, businessman and author. He is the founder and chairman of The Creation Truth Foundation (CTF) Inc., and founder of the Institute of Biblical Worldview Studies (IBWS), both in Noble, Oklahoma and co-founder & President of the Museum of Earth History in Eureka Springs, AR. Doctor Sharp serves as the Editor In Chief for the Truth In Science curriculum, a Bible based science curriculum.

Since the 1960's, Dr. Sharp has dedicated his life to understanding and penetration key problems facing the modern Christian society. As a result of the efforts in his research, he founded Creation Truth Foundation, Inc. in 1989. He now speaks internationally at churches, schools, universities and conventions. He has been a science educator since 1964, and has earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University, a masters of Science at the University of Oklahoma, and an Ph.D. from the South Florida Bible College and Seminary with an emphasis in the philosophy of religion and science. Dr. Sharp is a father of four children and grand father to ten grand children. He and his wife Diane reside in Oklahoma