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Creation Research Society by Dr. Grady S. McMurtry

Posted by David Levy

Formally founded in 1963, the Creation Research Society (CRS) has members who study and write various publications about Biblical Scientific Creationism, the scientific and religious belief that life, earth and the universe were created 6,000 years ago. CRS utilizes creation science, using scientific methods and practices, to prove that creationism is a true concept.

Originally founded by three individuals, CRS welcomed 10 members into the ranks by the end of the first year of operation. Shortly after CRS’ founding, the organization’s members began searching for a modern creationist biology textbook for use in schools. In 1970, CRS’ search ended with Biology: A Search for Order, which was published by Christian publisher Zondervan. The book’s initial printing of 10,000 copies quickly sold out, prompting a new run of books.

In all CRS endeavors, the organization’s members work to promote the group’s core beliefs: that the Bible is the Word of God and is historically and scientifically accurate; that all living things were made by God during the week of creation described in the Book of Genesis; that the worldwide flood chronicled in Genesis was a factual occurrence; and that all CRS members, male and female, accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

Since 1964, CRS has published the Creation Research Society Quarterly, a periodical covering various articles related to the group’s beliefs and practices. For more information on CRS, visit creationresearch.org.

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