Bill Morgan, B.S.M.E. Mechanical Engineering , gave a presentation titled, "HOW CAN ANYONE BE AN ATHEIST AFTER KNOWING HOW THE EYE WORKS?" While this talk was intellectually stimulating for adults, Bill's specialty is communicating complex concepts in terms a child can easily grasp and understand.
About our speaker: Bill Morgan has been a mechanical design engineer for the U.S. Navy for 30+ years. He also leads the Creation Science Fellowship of Calvary Chapel WestGrove, in Garden Grove, California. Before founding the Creation Science Fellowship of Calvary Chapel WestGrove, Bill served as vice-president of the former Creation Science Association of Orange County for nearly a decade and a half. He has developed a comic book format which communicates Creation vs Evolution issues that are easily understood by junior high and high school students. Bill frequently stands on public sidewalks outside public schools, passing out comic books to eager students. Bill has publically debated nineteen (at last count) Evolutionists, and has delivered more than 1,000 talks on Creation versus Evolution to youth groups, university classrooms, and adult groups across California and in other states. if you know an atheist or evolutionist willing to debate, call Bill Morgan at 714 898 8331; or if you know someone struggling with evolution, likewise call Bill.
For more information about Bill’s comic books and free lessons, please visit www.fishdontwalk.com. Or, call 714 898 8331.
Tibor Lak, B.S. (Engineering), will gave a presentation titled, "NOAH'S FLOOD AND THE ICE AGE - COMPELLING EVIDENCE FROM THE GREENLAND ICE SHEET PROJECT II (GISPII)".
About our speaker: Born in Budapest, Hungary, Tibor received a B.S. degree in Engineering from UCLA. He is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in Propulsion System design and operation. Tibor is currently retired after 45 years of experience in the design and analysis of propulsion systems. During this time he supported various programs from the Apollo mission to the Moon, to the Space Shuttle, and Next Generation Launch Vehicle designs. More recently Tibor provided technical guidance in the design of the Antares Rocket fueling system launch complex for Orbital Science. He also served as Failure Review Oversight Board member on various launch system failure investigations.
Tibor was instrumental in the design and operation of the Space Shuttle main propulsion system from the initial concept to operational phase. He has written numerous fluid and thermodynamic models of the various aspects of propulsion system operation for NASA. Tibor received the Engineer of the Year award from Rockwell International in 1990, and was elevated to the position of Boeing Technical Fellow in 1998. He currently holds 11 U.S. Patents related to propulsion system operational improvements.
Don Richardson, missionary and author of "Peace Child", "Lords of the Earth," "Eternity in Their Hearts," and "Secrets of the Koran," shared some of his unique cosmological insights, which serve as a backdrop to his newest book, a science fiction novel titled, "A Man from Another World."
About our speaker: Canadian born Don Richardson and his wife, Carol, a nurse, trained at the Prairie Bible Institute and the Summer Institute of Linguistics to become missionaries. Don and Carol accepted the challenge to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Sawi nativesof Dutch New Guinea. In 1962, they, with their 7-month old son, moved in among head-hunting cannibals, a Stone Age people group isolated from the outside world, whose culture honored treachery as a prized virtue. While Carol ministered to the people's medical needs, Don concentrated on learning Sawi vocabulary and grammar, rendering a written language, translating the New Testament into Sawi, and teaching the Sawi how to read. Along the way, Don discovered that God has placed in every culture one or more "redemptive analogies," that serve as cultural bridges, enabling people everywhere to understand and receive the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Don's latest book involves seeking out a redemptive analogy that may resonate with the culture of modern scientism.