Seminar focuses on the historical accuracy of worldwide biblical flood

WARRENSBURG Stones and Bones, Claws and Jaws, a creation program, will be presented at First Baptist Church of Warrensburg on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. The program is open to the public and is appropriate for and of interest to all ages. All are invited.

Called controversial, thought provoking and provocative, the seminar is a unique program that presents fossil evidence that supports the truth of creation and the historical accuracy of the worldwide flood of Noah. Both events are recorded in the Bible book of Genesis. A collection of real fossils, dinosaur tracks and eggs, and other authentic visual aids accompany the teaching topics.

The creator and presenter of the Stones and Bones program is Rev. Paul Veit, who is ordained in the Christian and Missionary Alliance and is licensed as an evangelist. He is the founder and director of Declare Gods Wonders, Inc., an evangelistic ministry, and the New England Creation Education Center. His ministry operates the newly opened Dinosaur Encounter Creation Learning Center Museum in Bridgeton, ME.

Veit has been called the dino pastor. Having pastored churches for many years, he recently followed what he believed was Gods leading, left that service, and began his current dinosaur and creation centered evangelistic Bible teaching work. He has spoken in dozens of venues before thousands of people in his teaching and preaching career.

In addition to the Saturday night program, Rev. Veit will teach the adult Sunday School class at First Baptist at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30, and present the message at the morning service on that day.

Veit will be the speaker at the 6 p.m. evening service at Horicon Baptist Church in Brant Lake, on Sunday evening, Sept. 30.

For further information call Jerry Hensler at 494-2050 or the church at 623-9373.

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