A big thank you to all the folks who came to my talk at Austin Ridge Bible Church last night. The turnout was wonderful, and the response was overwhelming.
There are lots of resources on this website, so please look around. If you’re interested in following up on the material from last night’s lecture, start with the Six Days presentation followed by Genesis 1 and Modern Science. The former is a longer, more detailed, explanation of how Gerald Schroeder reconciles six literal 24-hour Genesis days with an old universe. The second is a discussion of the 26 scientifically-verifiable statements made in Genesis 1 and the odds of getting them in the right order by chance.
If you’re looking for recommended reading, please check out our Library. And if you’re a homeschooling parent with high school-level children, stay tuned for our upcoming curricula for Astronomy & Astrophysics and Physics. These are college-prep laboratory courses that will be offered in both electronic and print form at affordable prices.
If you have any questions about the lecture, or about anything to do with science and the Christian faith, please write to me. One thing we delight in doing here on the SixDay website is answering questions—no question is too weird or too mundane. Just send me an email at sarah [at] sixdayscience [dot] org (with the appropriate symbols substituted for [at] and [dot]; I have to write it like that to discourage spambots), and one of our contributors will post your question along with an answer. Our policy is to post questions anonymously, unless you want us to include your name.