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Biblical Creation Society

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The Biblical Creation Society (BCS) is a creationist organisation founded in 1977 by Scottish minister Nigel M. de S. Cameron and a group of evangelical students. It has its headquarters in Rugby, Warwickshire, United Kingdom. It is a Christian society that advances and defends the Biblical teaching on creation.

Biblical Creation Society
PO Box 22
Rugby
Warwickshire
CV22 7SY UK
http://www.biblicalcreation.org.uk

History

Its first president was Edgar H. Andrews, Emeritus Professor of Materials at Queen Mary, University of London, where he was a long-serving head of department and later Dean of Engineering.[1]

Views

Members of the society affirm a statement of faith and the Society's formal doctrinal basis is described in a manifesto which the society holds as essential in order to be faithful to the Bible.[2]

Publications

Origins: is a twice-yearly A4 journal of 24+ pages, containing articles at both technical and popular levels, news, reviews and other items.
Manifesto: a distillation of what the society thinks the Bible does teach about origins.


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