Archives of Meetings
of Creation Science Fellowship of New Mexico
Summaries of Topics of Previous Meetings with Links to PPTs, Videos
Calendar Year 2016 Archives
Note: many of the PPTs and videos are not yet posted on-line.
There was no December 2016 meeting
November Meeting is not Posted
Previous Meeting: October 2016
Speaker: Ray Mondragon
Topic: The Best Evidence the Evolutionist Presents
Website: For His Glory NM
Ray's talk presented evidence that the evolutionist uses to support the Theory of Evolution. His talk demonstrates that the evidence offered is superficial and has a better explanation. The conclusion is that there is really NO SCIENTIFIC evidence that supports the theory.
Ray's talk is on his website - the audio file along with the powerpoint slides and outline.
You can find it here:
Previous Meeting: September 2016
Speaker: Sal Giardino of AZOSA
Topic: The Illusion Of Evolution's Deep Time
Website: NEW CREATION MINISTRIES
Sal was with us previously in March 2013.
Visit Sal's website for more information:
Previous Meeting: August 2016
Speaker: Mr. T. Hardin
Topic: Fabricating the Elusive Ape-Man
This talk will look at many of the transitional Ape-Man fossils. It will look at the physical differences between the bones of apes and men. It will expose the different methods used by evolutionists to fabricate these fraudulent Ape-Men transitional fossils. Mr. Hardin has a Masters of Science Degree from the University of New Mexico. This is a lengthly presentation with detailed slides; take your time reviewing it.
Previous Meeting: July 2016
There were two speakers this month
This past Spring Semester, CSFNM provided partical scholarships to a speech class held at Noah Webster University. Some of the "graduates" will be presenting short speeches to the next two General Meetings of CSFNM.
Mariano will be speaking on "The Genesis Premise". The talk considers how the entire Bible points back to Genesis as its premise. The topics of the Sabbath, marriage and Satan will be traced from Genesis to Revelation as evidence of this fact.
Speaker: Allen Johnson
Allen will be speaking on the "Search for Reality". His talk describes how societal pressures throughout our lives sway our perception of reality and influence the worldview by which we conduct our lives. These pressures makes an understanding of our environment - and its history in accordance with the Bible - very important indeed.
Previous Meeting: June 2016
Speaker: Mr. Art Cordoba
Topic: Radiometric dating, can we trust it?
This talk will present an analysis of radiometric dating with emphasis on carbon dating and the assumptions necessary for it to be a viable scientific discipline.
Previous Meeting: May 2016
Speaker: Dr. James T. Runyon
Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Los Lunas Topic: Is the Bible Reliable?
With Christians trying to prove God's Word dependable through science and research and the world trying to disprove it through the same disciplines, the simple question is, "Can the Bible stand up to that level of scrutiny?"
This volume is known throughout the world as a "good" book. Most would say that it will guide one to a moral and ethical life. However, is it a historical book? Does it lead to a "healthier" life? Is it a guide for scientific research and study? Does it stand up to the scrutiny of contemporary research?
Previous Meeting: April 19, 2016
Speaker: Dr. Mark Burton
Topic: Information Theory
What is DNA? Listen for a most unusual answer. All life on earth processes quaternary information. A modern computer may have about 3 billion transistors. The human brain has about 86 Billion neurons. Computers have a guided evolutionary history (intelligent design) from Babbage in 1822 to the modern supercomputer that can process information at 33.86 petaFLOPS ('petaflop': a quadrillion - a thousand trillion - floating point operations per second). Yet Darwinian evolutionists have the audacity to claim the faster, more complex human brain is a product of natural selection. In an effort to mimic this digitally, scientists a few years ago needed more than 82,000 processors running on one of the world’s fastest supercomputers to mimic just one second of a normal human’s brain activity. More recently, a research study found that the human brain can hold ten times as much information as previously thought. All told, scientists now believe that the capacity of the human brain is about a petabyte (10^15 bytes).
Dr. Mark Burton received a BS in Aero Engineering, MS in Systems Engineering, and ThD in Apologetics. He has been teaching STEM related classes with Rio Grande Enrichment Studies (RGES)since retiring from the Air Force in 1999. He conducts various STEM workshops, tutors STEM subjects, and leads hiking groups in the Sandia Mountains. He is President of the NM Science Foundation and President of the Singing Arrow Neighborhood Association. He is married with three children and one grandchild.
Previous Meeting: March 2016
Speaker: Spike Psarris,
Topic: Did God create the Universe, as the Bible says? Or did the Universe form itself in a Big Bang instead?
A close look at the scientific literature reveals a surprising truth: Secular astronomical models cannot explain the origins of things we see in space, including stars, galaxies, the planets of our Solar System, and indeed, the entire cosmos itself.
"Our Created Solar System"
Previous Meeting: February 16, 2016
Guest Speaker: Mariano Grinbank
As defined in Wikipedia... "Transhumanism (abbreviated as H+ or h+) is an international and intellectual movement that aims to transform the human condition by developing and creating widely available sophisticated technologies to greatly enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities."
"Transhumanism is somewhat of a behind the scenes movement which is set to take the world by storm. Its goal is to transcend (mere) humanity via enhancements brought about through technologies of various sorts.
Previous Meeting: January 19, 2016
Program: Video (DVD)
"Evolution's Achilles' Heels" - by Creation Ministries International - CMI
2015 Film Festival Award
We video-record presentations at our meetings. Prior month meeting videos will be available on this site on our Meeting Videos archive page. Powerpoints ('slides') of presentations are/will be available for download on our PowerPoints Archive page.