Proclaiming Creation Conferences MP3s
12 MP3s in 1 Zip fileMP3 Audio
- MP3 Audio
These are the included talks …
- The Genesis Connection— making sense of life, death, dinosaurs and more (Dr Mark Harwood)
- A nuclear physicist looks at creation—Radiodating, Big Bang Bluffing and More (Dr Jim Mason)
- Genes and Genesis—biological change, human races, language and more (Dr Carl Wieland)
- How the problems of conventional archaeology and chronology point to the Bible’s total accuracy (Dr Murray Adamthwaite)
- So-called ‘ape-men’—a brief overview (Dr Peter Line)
- Paul in Athens—How Should Christian Apologists Engage an Increasingly Secular World? (Rev Peter Hastie)
- The Genesis Connection— making sense of life, death, dinosaurs and more (Dr David Catchpoole)
- A deluge of evidence—Noah’s Flood and the historical roots of secularism (Dr Tas Walker)
- Paul, Genesis and the Gospel—When only one Adam will never do (Rev Peter Francis)
- Power and Glory—Where did everything come from? There had to have been a beginning! (Dr Don Batten)
- Genes and Genesis—biological change, human races, language and more (Dr David Catchpoole)
- The Miracle of Life— intricate chemistry and astonishing design (Dr John McEwan)
This is a 272mb zip file which needs to be downloaded to your computer / tablet / smart phone and extracted in to the individual MP3 files before you can listen to them. The software/program needed to listen to each talk will normally be already on your device but if necessary free software can be downloaded from the internet and installed.
What is a zip file and what do I do with it?
A zip file is a convenient way of compressing one or more files together in to a single file so that the file is smaller, and therefore faster to download. Having downloaded the file, you need to unzip, or uncompress it back to it’s original MP3 files. Different computers have slightly different ways of achieving this …
- Windows since 2001 (XP/Visa/7/8): Right-click “extract here” or double click to open and drag items to desired location.
- Mac / Linux: Double click, drag items to desired location.