REDDING, Calif.—David Gunn, director of Regular Baptist Press, spoke at the 15th Annual Alpha Omega Conference on Creation and End-Time Prophecy. Shasta Bible College and Graduate School hosted the conference April 4–8.
This annual conference seeks to uphold the authority and inerrancy of the Bible as it relates to young-earth, seven-day creationism and to a dispensational, premillennial, pretribulational understanding of the end times.
Along with David Gunn, who spoke on both creationism and prophecy, speakers included Dr. David Nicholas, Dr. George Gunn, Dr. Dan Iles, and Professor Tom Meyer, all faculty members of Shasta Bible College and Graduate School.
Additional speakers addressed the subject of creation: Randy Guliuzza of the Institute for Creation Research; Dan Biddle, president of Genesis Apologetics; and Bruce Wood, former docent for the Institute for Creation Research Creation Museum and current president of Theolog Creation Ministries.
Speaking on the subject of prophecy were John Feinberg, chair of the Department of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; David Hocking, Bible teacher on the Hope for Today radio program; Oliver Melnick, northwest regional director for Chosen People Ministries; and Ze’ev Nevo, son of a Holocaust survivor and head of Israel Media Ministries.
While Shasta Bible College and Graduate School hosted the conference’s morning sessions, evening and Sunday sessions were held at 25 churches spanning the Sacramento area to near Mount Shasta.