C.S. Lewis Society Presents Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design January 28 in Tampa

Event Features Live Debate Between Darwin and Design

WHAT: The debate between Darwin and design is coming to Tampa, Florida with a major one-night event, featuring some of the leading voices challenging Darwinian evolution.

Discovery Institute senior fellow and national radio personality Michael Medved will lead a discussion about the evidence for intelligent design and the challenges it proposes to modern evolutionary theory.

The C.S. Lewis Society is hosting the event, which is open to the general public. Tickets are $6 for students and $12 for adults. For more information and advanced ticket sales, call 727.376.6911 ext. 336 or visit www.bayword.com. Tickets can also be purchased online at http://signatureinthecell.eventbrite.com/.

WHO: Michael Medved will be joined by Signature in the Cell author Stephen C. Meyer; leading Darwin skeptic and author of The Deniable Darwin David Berlinski; and scientist, scholar and writer, Thomas Woodward, author of Darwin Strikes Back.

WHEN: The event takes place Thursday, January 28, 2010 from 7:00-9:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: The A La Carte Pavilion
4050 Dana Shores Drive
Tampa, FL 33634

Media contact:
Christy Wong, Publicist
Tyndale House Publishers
christywong@tyndale.com
630.784.5389

Christy Stroud

Christy Stroud

Christy is a publicist at Tyndale, working to get the best media coverage possible for our authors and products. She has worked on many campaigns including the New York Times bestseller "Winning Balance" by Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson, Phil Vischer’s What’s in the Bible? DVD series, "The Devil in Pew Number Seven" by Rebecca Alonzo, "Night of the Living Dead Christian" by Matt Mikalatos, the "Courageous" novelization by Randy Alcorn, and "Cupidity" and "Unstuff" by Michael and Hayley DiMarco. Christy enjoys being a wife, mom, and pug owner. You can often find her reading, running, training for triathlons, doing youth ministry, and occasionally horseback riding. She also blogs at http://www.christystroud.com.