I’m sure some of you have noticed that there have been a few changes around this blogsite lately. There will be more and I’ll get to why that is… later.
For now, suffice it to say that Sirius is getting a bit more… serious.
Enough with the pensive… dots. Onward.
I’ve had an absolute blast lately, but I have been busybusybusyohsoeversobusy. Over the last month, I’ve begun a new job, begun adoption proceedings on another special needs child [I’m actually in NJ as we speak where I met him for the very first time earlier today!], participated a live Creation/Evolution debate on BlogTalkRadio, attended Answers in Genesis’ Creation College 3 and launched the Creation Sunday network at http://creationsunday.ning.com.
Next on the agenda is the WV Creation Conference [ http://wvcreationconference.com ]. This year, I’ll be taking care of the Children’s program during the evening sessions and I’ll be hosting 2 workshops on Saturday morning [Aug 8th]:
- Creation Cryptids: Heere Be Dragones – Relict Dinosaurs & Dragon Legends, which is a general discussion of dinosaurs and the Bible with a specific emphasis on cryptozoology from the Creationist POV.
- Noah’s Ark: Beyond Flannelgraph, which is a children’s workshop that I recommend that both kids AND adults attend, since we’ll be discussing the feasibility of Noah’s Ark. Again, there will be a special consideration of dinosaurs and there will be some hands-on practical stuff you won’t want to miss. The real historical Ark, as described in the Bible, will blow your mind!
You won’t want to miss this one. Featured speakers include Kanawha Creation Science Group President Daniel Hoskins, Karl Priest http://insectman.us , Rev Robbie Parsons, Hamilton Duncan PE, PG, Linda Hoskins & myself. The first night’s sessions will focus on Creation Science, while the second night will explore the Biblical Noachim Flood.
Anyway, mark your calendars. Further details [times, etc] can be found at http://wvcreationconference.com
–Rev Tony Breeden,€ aka Sirius Knott