Wanna write a guest post?

Calling all people with patience!

Would you like to write a guest post(s) for this blog?

JT and I seek volunteers who live in or around the areas in which Dr. Brad Harrub will present creationist seminars and retreats in 2012 to attend a seminar and write about it.

I don’t want you to be disruptive or mean, but you can certainly feel free to ask whatever questions you deem appropriate in any Q&A sessions.

Some of the dates you can find below, and I am certain Harrub will add more later as more churches book him:

Mar. 16 – 18 Marriage Seminar Fruitland, MO
Mar. 23 – 25 Origins Seminar Ripon, CA (408) 838-6773
Mar 30 – Apr 1 Origins Seminar Cleburne, TX (817) 517-7713
​Apr 13 -15 Origins Seminar Stuart, OK
​Apr 20 -22 Origins Seminar Bowling Green, KY (270) 792-1513​
​Apr 27 -29 Origins Seminar Bremen, GA

I am actually only 2 hours from Fruitland, MO, but I am already occupied with more important things this weekend. Darn!

Your posts do not have to have the extreme, obnoxious detail as mine, but I would suggest bringing a notebook to take notes, as he gish gallops a lot of material.

You can also keep track of Harrub’s seminars via his website. Contact me if you think you’re up for it. Not only will you get to guest post, but I’ll totally give you the best of hugs if we ever find ourselves in a nearby spatial temporal location.

Reach Christina at Zizturiswrong {at} gmail [dotcom] or on Twitter @Ziztur

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  • ‘Tis Himself, OM

    Sorry, but the closest he’s coming to my area is Kentucky and that’s the weekend I’ll be grooming my nose hair.

  • Anonymous Atheist

    Fruitland, Missouri is an amusing town name to have a creationist seminar.

    The Mormons say the Garden of Eden was in Missouri, but on the opposite side of the state. ;)

  • Rando

    I’m like three hundred miles from Bremen, Georgia. I might be able to give it a try.

  • Adam

    I’d love to, but he’s not coming anywhere close to me.

  • Laura C.

    I’m not close to any of Harrub’s seminars, but I’m considering going to one by his Director of Youth and Culture that’s “designed to give Christian teens the weapons they need to live in the world and still be faithful to God,” whether or not I get to write a post about it. An atheist teen looking to see how flimsy the “weapons” they’re handing her peers are wouldn’t be too out of place, right?

  • Cor (formerly evil)

    I’m not too far from Ripon, but I am pretty lazy. Lemme know if nobody takes it by next week. I’m free for 3/24.

  • http://www.fayfreethinkers.com Savonarola

    I can’t help you out directly, but here’s a blog post from my friend Robert who went to a Harrub seminar a while back.