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Believing the Bible from the first verse!

The San Antonio Bible Based Science Association (SABBSA) meets from 7 to 9 pm the second Tuesday of each month at Grady's Restaurant at the corner of San Pedro and Jackson-Keller. The address is 6510 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78216.

Next SABBSA Meeting:
Tuesday, July 10, 2018, at 7 pm

Coming to SABBSA in July

Octopus Genome shows God as the Creator!

The study of the unique octopus genome has many implications for the creation/evolution debate. Many evolutionists argue that if God really did create all living things, then their genomes should all be unique and different. This is precisely what we see in the case of the octopus genome.

This is the reason why panspermia theorists (life came from outer space) advocate the idea that part of the octopus genome originates from retroviruses coming from another planet. We should give panspermia theorists credit for recognizing the impossibility of evolutionary mechanisms in bridging this qualitative leap from non-octopus to octopus. However, they refuse to recognize the obvious, that the octopus was created by God, rather than the result of a random seeding of the Earth by retroviruses from another planet.

At our July SABBSA meeting, Dr. Matthew Cserhati will show us how based on the alignment of the mitochondrial genome from 47 species, we see that octopuses and cuttlefish form a single baramin (kind). Octopuses didn't evolve - octopuses have always been octopuses and show no signs of change in the fossil record. Truly, octopuses are one of the kinds of animals (along with several other cephalopod kinds) that God created on day five of creation week, separate from all other species. "And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven." (Genesis 1:20)

Please join us in July for creation science and biblical apologetics teaching you will find nowhere else in Bexar County. We meet at Grady's Restaurant, at the corner of San Pedro and Jackson-Keller. The address is 6510 San Pedro Ave, San Antonio, TX 78216.


SABBSA does a weekly radio program called "Believing the Bible" on radio station KSLR, AM 630 "The Word in South Texas" serving the San Antonio area. We invite you to tune in each Saturday at 1:45 pm for this program which will bring you information on creation science and biblical apologetics found nowhere else in South Texas. If you cannot tune in at that time or would like to sample our program or hear previous shows, they are available on podcast on the KSLR website. Click on the link below to go to the KSLR podcast page and scroll down till you find "Believing the Bible."

"Believing the Bible" - SABBSA on KSLR Radio

SABBSA on YouTube!

You asked for it and you got it. Nine full length multimedia creation presentations by SABBSA President Scott Lane, have now been loaded on YouTube for you to view at your pleasure. Links to each one are shown below. We will also add to this list of presentations in the near future, so stay tuned for more!

Many thanks to Board Member Ed Salzwedel who spent countless hours editing and transforming these talks into movie and DVD formats!

Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution - Intelligent Design

Introduction to Creation Theories

Dinosaurs and the Bible

Biology and Missing Links

The DeFaithing of America: Creation and the Courts

What if God Wrote the Bible?

Lucy Unveiled and Bad Examples of Evolution

What About Contradictions in the Bible?

The Discovery of Genesis in Chinese!

Young Earth Evidences

BRING SABBSA TO YOU! -   Please visit the RESOURCE tab for details on how to have SABBSA bring a seminar to your facility or organization. Our members have been presenting the Biblical truths of creation for many years and we can tailor a seminar for your specific group in terms of age, interests and depth. For more information, please contact us at 210-861-0454 or 210-599-7240.