On Friday night, we will have a debate between David Snoke (me) and Mike Keas on “Are predatory animals a result of the Fall?” (Mike: yes; David: no).
Saturday afternoon, we will have four speakers addressing issues on the general topic of natural evil:
1:00 PM. Non-Empirical Influences on Evolutionary Theory and the Principle of Plenitude.” Dr. Cornelius Hunter, author of Darwin’s God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil; Darwin’s Proof, and Science’s Blind Spot.
2:00 PM. “The Human Genome: ENCODED by Design.” Dr. Fazale Rana, Vice President of Research and Apologetics, Reasons to Believe
3:00 PM. “The Tragic History of Mutations as the source of Genetic Variety.” Dr. Jerry Bergman, prolific author and past speaker at CSS meetings.
4:00 PM. “Evil or Potential for Greater Discovery?” Dr. Anjeannette Roberts, Research Scholar, Reasons to BelieveMore.
See also: Physicist David Snoke thinks that Christians should not use the kalaam argument for God’s existence
The narrator of this informative vid takes a rather benign view of natural evil, not shared probably by either Snoke or Keas: