Fifth Annual Creation Geology Conference
The 5th Creation Geology Conference (or Origins 2011) will be held in Rapid City, South Dakota, July 27-30, 2011. Details are forthcoming. Abstracts will be due in early April of 2011.
Send abstracts to email@example.com. The Creation Geology Society invites abstract submissions for their fifth joint conference, to be held July 27-30, 2011 in Rapid City, South Dakota. We seek submissions relevant to the earth sciences and the issue of origins. Submissions must offer positive, constructive interpretations or criticisms. Abstracts that are primarily negative or destructive in tone will not be accepted. All abstracts will be reviewed by an editor and at least one other specialist. Submissions will be judged on scientific merit, adherence to the guidelines, and relevance to creationism.
- Abstracts should not be longer than 700 words. Examples of published abstracts can be found in the Conference Proceedings issues of the Occasional Papers of the BSG (OPBSG).Abstracts may include references (which are counted in the 700 word limit), but they must be formatted according to the guidelines of the Occasional Papers.
- Abstracts must include a complete summary of the paper. That includes an introduction, methods, results, and conclusion where appropriate. Abstracts that do not include results or conclusions will be immediately returned for revision.
- Abstracts should be written in English.
- Names and affiliations of all authors should be included. Authors working independently should identify their affiliation as "Independent Scholar."
Accepted abstracts will be published on the Cedarville website.
Special thanks goes out to Todd Wood and the BSG for allowing us to use their abstract guidelines and format, and to join with them at the upcoming meeting.
2010 CGS Proceedings
July 28-30, 2010
The fourth Creation Geology Conference was held in conjunction with the BSG Conference at Truett McConnell College in Cleveland, Georgia. Thirteen abstracts make up the 2010 proceedings.
Developing the Creation Model
July 31, 2009
The Third Conference on Creation Geology was held in conjunction with the BSG Conference at the Holiday Inn in Louisville, Kentucky. Five abstracts make up the 2009 proceedings.
Frontiers in Creation Research
August 7, 2008
The Second Conference on Creation Geology was held in conjunction with the BSG at the Green Tree Radisson Hotel in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The meeting was held on August 7th, 2008, immediately following the conclusion of the 6th International Conference on Creationism. "Frontiers in Creation Science" was chosen as the theme. The BSG set aside an entire afternoon session for the geology-related talks. Five talks were presented and make up the 2008 proceedings.
Geology Education for the Future
July 26-28, 2007
Geology Education for the Future is the theme for a new conference designed to gather together the young earth creation geology community. All young earth creation geologists and earth science teachers are urged to attend. Technical and education sessions will be held on the first two days of the conference where professionals can present research, get feedback on new ideas, and develop collaborative relationships with one another. Time is planned for a local geology field trip and group discussion and interaction. General sessions will be held on the last day of the conference. General sessions will be open to the broader public and will cover topics that some professional participants may already be familiar with.
This conference is being jointly sponsored by Cedarville University and the Creation Research Science Education Foundation (CRSEF) of Columbus, Ohio. We are seeking other sponsors that can help underwrite the costs of the conference and can contribute toward honorariums for the general session speakers.
Although the conference has already taken place, the proceedings are still available online.