I’ve got a copy of the student paper for Ridgewater College, the Ridgewater Review, volume 11, number 5, which contains an announcement:
Can anyone know for certain how the earth began?
Ridgewater’s Christians in Action student club is sponsoring talks by Dr Randy Guliuzza exploring this topic and more on Wednesday, April 11th in the Ridgewater College Hutchinson campus commons area at 11:00 am and 5:30 pm.
By golly, I am so tempted to attend. The earlier talk conflicts with one of my classes, but I might be able to get away in time to catch the evening session. It might be interesting — this fellow certainly is qualified.
Guliuzza received his medical degree from the University of Minnesota and his Masters in Public Health from Harvard University.
He holds a B.S. in engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and a B.A. in theology from Moody Bible Institute.
Whoa. Degrees in medicine, engineering, and theology — it’s like a creationist trifecta. Too bad there’s nothing in his background to suggest much knowledge of evolutionary biology, but that’s typical of this sort. He’s also affiliated with the Institution for Creation Research.
Anyone up for field trip to Hutchinson next week, to spot the wild creationist making his public display?