Formerly known as the BSG: A Creation Biology Study Group.
Patrick Henry College, July 26-28.
The theology abstracts and presentations of select plenaries are now available!
Here are some photos from the Origins 2012 conference. This conference included a field trip
in the Shenandoah National Park, with video and interpretive narration by Todd Wood:
wildlife in Shenandoah
field trip stop
Quest for Adam
conference attendees at Patrick Henry College
theologians speak on Saturday
Frontiers in Creation Research
Pittsburgh, August 7-8, 2008. The 2008 meeting of the BSG will be held in conjunction with the Creation Geology Group at the Radisson Greentree in Pittsburgh.
All Creation Groans
Liberty University, June 13-15, 2007. The 2007 meeting of the BSG, was held on the campus of Liberty University. The theme was "All Creation Groans."
Exploring the History of Life
Cedarville University, June 7-9, 2006. The 2006 meeting of the BSG, (which happens to be our tenth anniversary) was held on the campus of Cedarville University. The theme was "Exploring the History of Life."
A Grander View of Life
New St Andrews College, June 15-17, 2005. The 2005 meeting of the BSG, with the theme 'A Grander View of Life,' was held in Moscow, Idaho on the campus of New St Andrews College.
Congratulations to S. Yong for winning our first undergraduate research
competition. Photos and proceedings from the conference are available
Discovering the Creator
Bryan College, June 9-11, 2004. The 2004 meeting of the BSG, with the theme 'Discovering the Creator,' was held on the campus of Bryan College in historic Dayton, Tennessee. The proceedings and photographs from the conference are now available online.
Discontinuity: Understanding Biology in the Light of Creation
Cedarville University, Aug. 15-17, 2001. The Department of Science and Mathematics at Cedarville University
served as host for the second BSG conference. This time, the program
was greatly expanded to include a broader range of topics centered
around the theme of Discontinuity. For the first time, scientists were
invited to present their research at a poster session. With the
attendance open to all interested parties, Discontinuity attracted
nearly 80 scientists and spectators from around the world. Funding for
Discontinuity was provided in part by the Institute for Creation
Research and by Cedarville University.
Baraminology'99: Creation Biology for the 21st Century
Liberty University, Aug. 5-7, 1999. The Department of Biology and Chemistry at Liberty University
hosted the first BSG workshop/conference. Founding BSG members Todd
Wood, Ashley Robinson, and Pete Williams designed the meeting to
introduce biologists to the work that the BSG had done up to that
point. Thanks to the generosity of a concerned donor, the conference
costs were completely provided, so all 25 scientists attended for free.
BSG members Paul Nelson, Ashley Robinson, Pete Williams, Kurt Wise, and
Todd Wood presented the theory and methodology of baraminology.
BSG'97: The First Meeting of the Baraminology Study Group
Bryan College, June 26-28, 1997.
The Center for Origins Research at Bryan College hosted
the very first meeting of the Baraminology Study Group. In attendance
were Todd Wood, Ashley Robinson, David Cavanaugh, Dave Fouts, Kurt
Wise, and Neal Doran. This meeting saw the formulation of the plans for