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Biblical Creation Society

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The Biblical Creation Society (BCS) is a creationist organisation founded in 1977 by Scottish minister Nigel M. de S. Cameron and a group of evangelical students. It has its headquarters in Rugby, Warwickshire, United Kingdom. It is a Christian society that advances and defends the Biblical teaching on creation.

Biblical Creation Society
PO Box 22


Its first president was Edgar H. Andrews, Emeritus Professor of Materials at Queen Mary, University of London, where he was a long-serving head of department and later Dean of Engineering.[1]


Members of the society affirm a statement of faith and the Society's formal doctrinal basis is described in a manifesto which the society holds as essential in order to be faithful to the Bible.[2]


Origins: is a twice-yearly A4 journal of 24+ pages, containing articles at both technical and popular levels, news, reviews and other items.
Manifesto: a distillation of what the society thinks the Bible does teach about origins.