Denver Society of Creation

In the Beginning, God…

Dr. Barbara Helmkamp- February 4th, 2021

7:00 PM

Mount Zion Lutheran Church

500 Drake Street, Denver CO

“The ‘Mysteries’ of the Earth’s Age” (Part 1)

The curious and ubiquitous spherical scars that pepper granites

the world-over at the microscopic level present an intrinsic conflict between an old and young earth. These decay scars called “radiohaloes” are not only found in basement rock but also in coalified wood and intrusive grantites that cut through phanerozoic (fossil-bearing) strata. Thus, their existence has more to say about processes during the year of the Flood than during Creation week. About Dr. Helmkamp: Barbara has a PhD in physics from LSU and a B. S. Engineering in physics from the Colorado School of Mines, and she worked as a petrophysical engineer for the Shell Oil Companies between undergraduate and graduate studies. She completed the Lutheran Teacher Colloquy (including Old and New Testament studies) from Concordia University Texas, while teaching at St. Mark Lutheran School in Houston. She is currently on the faculty of Veritas Scholars Academy (VSA), an online school out of Lancaster, PA. Barbara and her husband, Bob, are members of Christ Our Savior. To Print a Flyer: Click Here To View the Part 1 Video: https://youtu.be/f4KVAvn1AMU
Denver Society of Creation

“The ‘Mysteries’ of the Earth’s Age”

The curious and ubiquitous spherical scars that pepper

granites the world-over at the microscopic level present

an intrinsic conflict between an old and young earth.

These decay scars called “radiohaloes” are not only

found in basement rock but also in coalified

wood and intrusive grantites that cut through

phanerozoic (fossil-bearing) strata. Thus, their

existence has more to say about processes during

the year of the Flood than during Creation week

About Dr. Helmkamp:

Dr. Barbara Helmkamp

February 4th at 7:00 PM

Mt. Zion Lutheran Church

500 Drake Street, Denver, CO

Barbara has a PhD in physics from LSU and a B. S. Engineering in physics from the Colorado School of Mines, and she worked as a petrophysical engineer for the Shell Oil Companies between undergraduate and graduate studies. She completed the Lutheran Teacher Colloquy (including Old and New Testament studies) from Concordia University Texas, while teaching at St. Mark Lutheran School in Houston. She is currently on the faculty of Veritas Scholars Academy (VSA), an online school out of Lancaster, PA. Barbara and her husband, Bob, are members of Christ Our Savior. To Print a Flyer: Click Here To View the Part 1 Video: Click Here