Our conference focuses on creationary evidence showing that God created basic kinds (types) of life which later diversified. The creationary model is logically represented by a forest of trees (each tree represents a biological kind), rather than evolution’s single “tree of life” that connects all living things (via common descent). In other words, God created many different kinds of life in the beginning. Over time, there have been changes and variations within a kind. However, there has been no “evolution” of one kind into another. For example, God originally created a dog kind (Canidae) and a cat kind (Felidae). The creation model states there have been changes within each kind due to genetic variation and natural selection, We see many different variations of both dogs and cats today. These are descendants of their original kinds. However, changes across kinds are not possible (there is no “amoeba to man” transformation). The diverse kinds of life we see today argue powerfully for creation and against evolution.