Ernesto E. Carrasco, M.C.Ed.

Ernesto (Ernie) Carrasco has a BA in Biblical Studies from The Criswell College in Dallas, Texas and a Master of Christian Education in Biblical Apologetics from the Institute for Creation Research School of Biblical Apologetics, in Dallas, Texas.  Ernie worked over 35 years in the telecommunications industry and five years as a bilingual elementary educator in the public schools.  He is currently working for the Institute for Creation Research in the School of Biblical Apologetics as an Instructor.  Ernie is a gifted teacher and student of the Word of God.  He is the “husband of one wife,” father and grandfather.  His primary goal in life is to serve, honor and glorify God.

3 responses to “About

  1. Ernie, May I ask of you something? For I am not a man of education, but our Lord has ask me to get men to pray together in one accord. Most of the men whom I attract are the rejects of the 97 churches in this small county of Florida. As I start new small groups I teach them what is on my first blogs. My question is, am I getting it right or am I miss-representing Christ?
    If you have time could look and see and correct me in my mistakes?

    • Hi James, Thanks for your comment. I’m not exactly sure of what you are asking, but I will be happy to follow your blog, and if I see anything where you may be a little off, I will be happy to comment. Likewise, if you see anything in my writings that raises a question, please feel free to comment. “Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend” (Pro 27:17).

  2. This looks like a great blog. I will be following you.

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