Trip to Clarion University in Pennsylvania, Eric Hovind

Tuesday morning 3-28-06.
I am sitting on a MD-88 flying to Pittsburg, PA. and I Evolution in Statescan’t help but think of the Scientific American report that rated Pennsylvania as one of the nine states that is doing a “excellent” job with the evolution subject. How do I approach this group? Should I be submissive and tip toe around that fact that there are lies in the textbooks, or do I go in and start a fight with evolution and see who comes to watch? I pray that God will give me wisdom tonight to choose the right words.

Wednesday morning 3-29-06.
Back in the airport! Went to bed at 1:00 am, ride picked me up at 5:00 am to bring me to the airport. I thank God that I can sleep on planes with out any difficulties, other than keeping my mouth closed when I sleep.

Last night was awesome. The meeting was put together by the intervarsity group at Clarion University, and was a part of a week long outreach to the students there in the university. Patrick, a senior at the university and soon to be a staff member of intervarsity picked me up from the airport to take me to the meeting. There I meet Megan, a freshman student that had led the organization of the meeting. I was very impressed.

I was able to speak for about two and a half hours and present half of seminar #4, Lies in the Textbooks, during my time. That gave us about an hour for question and answers. I was surprised when most of those that said they believed in evolution at the beginning of the night, were willing to admit that they agree that evolution is a religious view of true science, just as Creation is a religious view of true science. Just to get a large group of evolutionists to admit that was pretty impressive. I talked afterward to several of the students that claimed to believe in evolution and they said that the information presented would definatley make them think about what they believe. Praise God, both the seed of doubt in evolution, and the seed of the life in Jesus Christ have been planted into many hearts because of the Creation message.


  1. Verbal March 31, 2006 6:54 pm Reply

    Thats so cool, currently distributing leaflets from Ray Comforts Living Waters ministry about the flaws in the evolution theory. Just awaiting for you to open up your payment methods in your store so I can buy your stuff and spread here in England. Paypal is needed on Mr Hovind. As you stated correctly, England and Europe are dead spiritually. I watch these people commute to and from work looking grey and dead. They must be reached.

  2. whitetigerofgod April 1, 2006 12:25 pm Reply


    I hope you keep doing what is neccassary to give people the truth. Remember that many universities now teach the religion of evolution as manditary academics; just take care of yourself. Idon’t need to say much more because we all know the basics.

    Take Care,


  3. rogerlongview April 3, 2006 10:56 pm Reply

    I’m not certain where to post this, but it is really something of which we all need to be aware. Recently, the Texas Academy of Environmental Sciences had a special guest speaker, who has also been named Distinguished Texas Scientist 2006. This guest, Dr. Eric Pianca, advocated the extermination of 90% of the Earth’s population via airbourne Ebola to an enthusiastic crowd of colleagues. Here is a link of a first hand account of the speach. Sorry for posting in this comment section, I could not find an appropiate area to write.

    Roger Caviness

  4. Ross April 6, 2006 11:40 pm Reply

    Excellent work, well done!

    So far your seminar videos have gotten my brother, who’s not a Christian, to start reconsidering all those dinosaur stories we heard as children about them living “millions and millions of years ago” (we actually went digging through our cupboards for our old dinosaur books and looked through them). He’s also realized what a joke evolution is, so I think his new dis-belief in the textbooks, may just allow him to look past his current dis-beliefs in God and Christ, and see the truth.

    I’ve managed to get him to come to church with me once or twice, but last week (since starting to watch the videos), he decided to come on his own!

    Keep up the great work, you’re definately making a huge difference to the world!

    Thanks, and God bless, Ross.

  5. jamesandveybe April 12, 2006 9:35 am Reply


    My wife and I will be seeing you on the road soon. We are so pleased that you have continued this ministry and we stand with you and yours. And yes, be thankful you can sleep on planes!

    In Him,


  6. robhelfer April 28, 2006 5:02 pm Reply

    I’ve never heard you speak,but I have heard your Dad twice once Forsyth Mo (seminar)and once in Sedalia Mo (Debate) do Evolutionist attack your Academics, like they do your Dad,and have you ever done a debate
    Rob Helfer Springfield Mo.

  7. 2ndamenduser October 5, 2007 10:07 am Reply

    Since the last posting to this category was almost a year and a half ago, I’m wondering if it will be posted. Is anyone monitoring it? If so, I just want to say, thank you, to Eric for all he is doing in the absence of his earthly father. Keep up the good work for your Heavenly Father!

    A Pastor from the West

  8. Ken in Korea December 29, 2007 8:18 pm Reply

    I believe one reason that many atheists,humanists, evolutionists, and the like get upset with Dr. Hovind and CSE is because he has always referred to evolution as a religion. Many of the God-haters detest being called ‘religious’. Actually getting evolutionists to admit they have a religious view is amazing. They all like to believe that evolution is science and science is truth. However, evolution can be more accurately described as a cosmological paradigm that is adhered to religiously. In other words, evolutionists are so committed to this world view that they will defend it vigorously.
    Here in Korea many people are not aware of the problems with evolution or its alternative. A small group of high-school students that I talked with were astounded when I showed discrepancies and lies in the paradigm that they were taught every day. These Korean kids could say names like ‘australopithecus africanis’, but when I mentioned Noah’s Flood they had no idea what I was talking about. There’s a lot of work to be done over here.

  9. roysamuel from india March 20, 2008 10:51 pm Reply

    Wow…i’ll always be grateful to Mr. Kent Hovind, cos, he strengthened my faith in the LORD so much!! Thank GOD for people like him.
    Eric, its great that you’ve taken up the ministry in the temporal absence of your (biological) father.
    May GOD give you wisdom and may His presence go with you.
    I would like to state a fact that, your ministry has been going around the world, in a way you wouldn’t even think possible and many are renouncing the lies they’ve been forced to believe!
    Your reward’s definitely going to be great!!
    Wish I could meet you… not idolizing you…..

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