About: Yes, you read that right! So-called “cave-men” once walked where Jesus walked – literally!
From the caves of Mt. Carmel to the shores of Galilee, we’ll examine amazing discoveries that help us trace the history of humanity from the Flood to the arrival of the Canaanites. This journey will take us from the early traces of humanity in the north, where people fished and cooked their food, to the widespread Neandertal presence (including Jesus’ “homebase” of Capernaum), to the more familiar signs of culture in the archaeological record, we’ll discover how humanity survived AFTER the Flood.
Biography: Todd Charles Wood is a graduate of Liberty University (Summa Cum Laude). He earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Virginia in 1999, with an emphasis in computational biology and protein evolution. After a post-doctoral fellowship working on the rice genome at Clemson University, he spent 13 years at Bryan College and launched Core Academy of Science in 2013. Core Academy is a creation ministry that nurtures the next generation of Christ-like creation researchers to explore the hardest problems in creation. He has authored or co-authored more than 60 technical papers, including papers in Science, Journal of Evolutionary Biology, and Answers Research Journal. He’s written six books, including his most recent books, The Quest: Exploring Creation’s Hardest Problems and The Fool and the Heretic, written with Darrel Falk and Rob Barrett.