What is the big deal about the theory of evolution and why are Christians so up in arms about it?
The Academy of Arts will be performing "Creation, Evolution and The Flood" on Sunday, June 29, at 6:00 p.m. at High Point Baptist Chapel. This fast-paced, multi-media dramatic presentation will take you through the Biblical creation week and contrast it with the foibles of evolutionary theory. The choric speaking cast will double as students in a classroom where they will learn, along with you, the finer points of the Biblical account of creation and how the fossil record supports the worldwide flood of the Bible.
You will see and hear the apostle Paul preach at Mars Hill, challenging the philosophers of his day who believed in evolutionary theory before the word "evolution" had even been coined. You will be inspired as you see Noah guide his family to build and seek refuge in the Ark. You will thrill to hear the scriptures dramatically quoted and see the visual representations as the Bible comes to life before your eyes.
If you have ever questioned your belief in the scriptures because of the oppositions of science, this is a presentation you will not want to miss!
The Academy of the Arts, a professional Christian theatre team from Taylors, S.C., employs professional stage lights, music, sound effects, costumes, props and multi-image techniques to present biblical, historical, patriotic and moral themes on stage. The group has been "Making the Bible Come Alive" since 1971. "Creation, Evolution, and the Flood" was written by Ken Hines. For more information, visit www.theacademyofarts.org or call 1-800-620-9997.
High Point Baptist Chapel is located at the corners of Chapel and Furnace Roads in Geigertown. For more information, please contact the church office at 610-286-5942. There is no admission charged and the performance is open to the public.