2019 European Faith and Science Conference Live Creation Schedule:

– In Black: Conference Schedule, starting Monday, July 1st at 2:30 pm and finishing Sunday, July 7th at 2:00 pm.
– In Red: Schedule of travel days for those travelling to and from Barcelona airport (BCN), arriving on Sunday, June 30th and leaving on Monday, July 8th.
– In Green: Links (abstracts/field trip details)

Sunday June 30, 2019

Arrival Day
Meeting Point: Barcelona Airport
Night at Barcelona Hotel

Monday July 1, 2019

9:00-13:00 Bus Ride to Aínsa
13:00 Lunch (hotel)
14:30-16:30 Welcome/Lecture Session A – Is Creation really that important? Read abstracts
     14:40-15:00      Evolution Everywhere – Noemí Durán
     15:00-15:30      Yellowstone fossil forests: The Bible and Science Research – Leonard Brand
     15:30-16:00      The Bible’s Authority – Martin Pröbstle
     16:00-16:30      Q&A
16:30-17:00 Break
Lecture Session B – Building on the Rock (Part I)  Read abstracts
     17:00-17:45      Serious Bible study isn’t for sissies – Martin Pröbstle
     17:45-18:30      Lessons from the history of theology – Ed Zinke
     18:30-19:00      Q&A
19:00-19:30 Introduction to Tuesday’s field trip (Speaking Stones – Noemí Durán)
19:30 Dinner 
21:00-22:00  Creation film pass

Tuesday July 2, 2019

6:30-7:45 Breakfast
8:00-8:45 Devotional (The knowledge of God in nature – Ed Zinke Read abstract )
9:00-13:30 Field trip to Aínsa (Speaking stones – What do they say?) Click here to see details
14:00 Lunch
Lecture Session C – Building on the Rock (Part II) Read abstracts
     15:30-16:15      False concepts of scripture and hermeneutics – Ed Zinke
     16:15-17:00      Cross-examining the creation report in Genesis 1 – Martin Pröbstle 
     17:00-17:30      Q&A
17:30-18:00 Break
Lecture Session D – Geology Rocks! Read abstracts
     18:00-19:00      Why should we care about dumb rocks? – Ronny Nalín
     19:00-19:30      Row the boat – A visit to Aínsa in the Eocene Epoch – Tom Zoutewelle
19:30 Dinner
20:30-22:00  Talk with the experts Session
     Theology – Ed Zinke, Martin Pröbstle & Néstor Petruk
     Biology – Tim Standish, Suzie Phillips & Noemí Durán
     Palaeontology – Raúl Esperante & Leonard Brand
     Geology – Ronny Nalin, Birgir Oskarsson & Tom Zoutewelle

Wednesday July 3, 2019

7:30-8:45 Breakfast
9:00-9:30 Devotional – Marius Monteanu
Lecture session E – Looking at the world through “Bible glasses” Read abstracts
     9:30-10:15      Building a Biblical worldview – Ed Zinke
     10:15-11:00      What can EBS and GRI do for you? – Ronnie Nalin & Suzie Phillips
     11:00-11:30      Q&A
11:30-12:00 Break
Lecture session F – Fossil Secrets Read abstracts
     12:00-12:30      Would you like to become a fossil? If so, follow these instructions – Raul Esperante
     12:30-13:00      Inspector gadget goes to the morgue: patterns in the fossil record – Ronny Nalin
     13:00-13:30      The flood: good and bad news – Leonard Brand
     13:30-14:00      Q&A
14:00 Lunch
Lecture session G – Biological Wonders Read abstracts
     15:30-16:00      Tiny wonders, great designer – Suzanne Phillips
     16:00-16:30      Are genes recipe books or computers? – Tim Standish
     16:30-17:00      Epigenetics: above and beyond the DNA – Leonard Brand
     17:00-17:30      Q&A
17:30-18:00 Break
18:00-19:30 Project Session / Project Presentations – Teachers/Creation Associations
19:30 Dinner
21:30-22:30  Nocturnal activity (Astronomy and observation of nocturnal fauna – Celedonio García-Pozuelo/Aleksei Popov)

Thursday July 4, 2019

7:30-8:45 Breakfast
9:00-9:30 Devotional (What is life? – Tiago de Souza)
9:30-10:00 Introduction to the field trip (Geological and biological wonders of the Sobrarbe area – Tom Zoutewelle/Noemí Durán)
10:00-17:00 Field trip with packed lunches – Click here to see details
18:00-19:30  Workshop Session 1 – Read abstracts
     Published creationist research? Really? (Science research) – Suzie Phillips & Leonard Brand
     Humans and Chimpanzees (Biology) – Tim Standish & Noemí Durán
     A comparison: The biblical world view and the secular worldview (Theology) – Ed Zinke
     Stream sedimentology (Geology/Education) – Ronny Nalin
19:30 Dinner
20:30-21:30  Talk with the experts session
     Theology – Ed Zinke, Martin Pröbstle & Néstor Petruk
     Biology – Tim Standish, Suzie Phillips & Noemí Durán
     Palaeontology – Raúl Esperante & Leonard Brand
     Geology – Ronny Nalin, Birgir Oskarsson & Tom Zoutewelle

Friday July 5, 2019

7:30-8:45 Breakfast
9:00-9:30 Devotional – Luminita Mohorova
Lecture session H – But Wait, There’s More! Read abstracts
     9:30-10:00      What is Christianity? Relationship or doctrine? – Ed Zinke
     10:00-10:30      The colossal nature of past volcanic activity in the geological record and its implications for models – Birgir Oskarsson
     10:30-11:00      Q&A
11:00-11:30 Break
Lecture session I – Views on Origins Read abstracts
     11:30-12:00      The unbelievable genius of typing monkeys and computer viruses – Noemí Durán
     12:00-12:30      Are you mad or is it really designed? – Tim Standish
     12:30-13:00      Theistic evolution: Trying to make everyone happy – Néstor Petruk
     13:00-13:30      Do we really believe the Bible? Yes, we do – Tim Standish
     13:30-14:00      Q&A
14:00 Lunch
Lecture session J – Time Issues Read abstracts
15:30-16:00      Not born yesterday but younger than you think – Tim Standish
16:00-16:30      Faith, time and fossil whales. Swimming in the sands of time – Raul Esperante
16:30-17:00      Q&A
17:00-17:30 Break
17:30-19:00 Workshop session 2 – Read abstracts
     Head scratching while skull watching (Biology/Palaeontology) – Ronny Nalin
     Let’s talk Creation I: Resources for teachers (Education) – Noemí Durán
     Does Creation mean Creation? (Theology) – Néstor Petruk
      The Age of the Earth (Advanced Geology I) – Birgir Oskarsson
19:00 Dinner
20:30-21:00 Worship Song Service – Ismael López and Lisa Decker-López
20:30-22:00  Vespers – Marius Munteanu / Suzie Phillips

Sabbath July 6, 2019

7:30-8:45 Breakfast
9:00-9:30 Worship Song Service – Ismael López and Lisa Decker-López
9:30-10:30 Sabbath School – Let’s dive into the flood – Martin Pröbstle Read abstract
10:30-11:30 Sermon – Mario Brito
12:00-19:00 Nature field trip – Visit to the Valle de Pineta and Lalarri plains – Click here to see details
19:30 Dinner
21:00-22:00 Creation film / Fellowship

Sunday July 7, 2019

7:30-8:45 Breakfast
9:00-9:30 Devotional – Constantin Popescu
9:30-11:00 Workshop Session 3 – Read abstracts
     Going to Babylon and back (Theology) – Néstor Petruk
     Dinosaurs (Palaeontology) – Raul Esperante
     Let’s talk Creation II: Resources for Teachers (Education/Geology) – Noemí Durán
     Olduvai: Dating the Mother of All Paleoanthropological Sites (Advanced Geology II) – Tom Zoutewelle
11:00-12:00 Check out
Lecture session K – Closing Remarks Read abstracts
     12:00-12:30       A scientist and a creationist? Yes, you can – Raul Esperante
     12:30-13:00       That’s it. That’s all. – Martin Pröbstle
     13:00-13:30       Are you sure you want to be a creationist? – Ronny Nalin
13:30-14:00 Closure. Awards, acknowledgements, and farewell – Noemí Durán
14:00 Lunch
15:30 Departure
Night at Barcelona hotel

Monday July 8, 2019

Departure day