Nov 12, 2010 CrEvo News with Ian Juby and CORE Ottawa

Welcome to all of the new subscribers!

This is the “When I get a round tooit” Creation/Evolution newsletter
from Ian Juby and the traveling Creation Science Museum of Canada.

In this fancy high-tech newsletter: (Scrooooll down the page,

or use the fancy, high-tech links below to jump around)

1)  Canadian tour and newspaper articles

2) Dinos to birds?

3) Embarrassing court cases

4) Changes at CORE Ottawa

5) Portable Museum progress report & contest!


1) Canadian tour and newspaper articles

Ugh.  I’m home….again….It’s been a gruelling four months on the road, fantastic to see what the Lord did, and thank you to all of you who had me come share with your group.  Being on the road, living in the van for four months is the reason there’s been almost no newsletters, rants, updates on the museum project, etc… Thanks to all those who wrote in, saying how much you missed all of that. Kind and encouraging words are always appreciated and helpful.

I just came back from Newfoundland, where there was a bit of a ruckus after I spoke in Carbonear.  The Carbonear newspaper the Compass, ran an article and had a letter to the editor. This was picked up by the blog:

This was after the fall-out in Pasadena, Newfoundland, earlier this year when I spoke in the public school there (see below, “Embarrassing court cases”).  I’m still a little overwhelmed by the good responses that I met in Newfoundland, and undoubtedly will be going back to the Island again – sooner then later.

So I’ll be seeking bookings in Ontario, trying to be home as much as possible to work on the portable museum.  If anyone in Ontario thinks they’d be interested in having me bring the museum to their group, please contact me. In the meantime, I’ll be speaking at:

November 15:
Homeschoolers of Almonte, 9 am @ Almonte Reformed Presbyterian Church

January 14 & 15:
Teens and adults, Cornwall Wesleyen Church


2) Dinos to birds?

You’ll notice during my children’s presentations that I always start
off with a pop-quiz for the kids.  One of the questions I ask is “Where did birds come from?”

It never ceases to amaze me how many five year old children will tell me that birds evolved from dinosaurs, showing just how effective the evolutionary propaganda machine is. (more…)