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"Theology Matters" with the Pellews: Creation/Evolution

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Join Devin & Melissa each week as they discuss issues related to Christian apologetics, theology and biblical worldview. During our first segment, we will be interviewing Dr. Marcie Davis, head administrator of the new classical private school, Providence Classical School in Rock Hill, SC. She will also instruct and oversee the mathematics program. Dr. Davis is the wife of senior pastor Scott Davis of Northside Baptist Church in Rock Hill, SC. A college mathematics professor for 18 years, Dr. Davis then began teaching high school mathematics. Davis holds the following degrees: BS in mathematics from Campbell University, MA in mathematics from the University of Louisville, MS in mathematics from the University of Kentucky, Ed. D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Kentucky.

During our second segment, we will be discussing the Creation/Evolution debate. On the air with us to discuss this topic will be chemist, lecturer, researcher and author, Dr. Jay Wile. Dr. Wile received his Ph.D in Chemistry from the University of Rochester and has received many awards for excellence in teaching and research. He has also presented numerous lectures on the topics of Nuclear Chemistry, Christian Apologetics, Homeschooling, and Creation vs. Evolution. He has published 30 articles on these subjects in nationally-recognized, peer-reviewed journals, and has 9 books to his credit, most of which belong to the award-winning "Exploring Creation With" series of junior-high and high-school science courses. Some of the topics we will be looking at with Dr. Wile are creation vs. evolution, origin of life, origin of the universe, and origin of mankind. This will be a very informative show so you do not want to miss it as we look at the scientific evidence and see that the universe and everything in it is the handiwork of God.

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