The late Henry Zuill was a creation scientist with a Ph.D. in Biology, and is an honorary founder of Creation Restoration. He believed that the universe and all that lives within it was created by God. He always enjoyed God's creation by spending time in his garden, and worked very hard to try to help people learn more about God and the very beautiful planet He made. He showed this by teaching creation through a biological stand-point and teaching people how we as Christians see the world. Dr. Zuill retired as professor of biology from Union College and became curator of the Joshua C. Turner Arboretum of the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum. Dr. Zuill is featured in In Six Days: Why Fifty Scientists Believe in Creation, by John F. Ashton. Henry Zuill wrote many articles in Creation Illustrated, including "Planters of Trees," an article about the earth before sin and how the earth is still beautiful even after sin. He also wrote many speeches and papers, including "Ecology, Biodiversity, and Creation: A View from the Top", "Evidence for Design at the Ecological Level", and "Expanding the Garden: a Christian's View of Nature".
John F. Ashton, PhD, FRACI. is Honorary Associate in the School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences at the University of Sydney. He has authored 12 books with more on the way. Five of these books deal with the creation/evolution debate. He edited “In Six Days, Why 50 scientists confirm their faith in Creation” and “On the Sabbath Day, 40 scientists confirm their faith in the Bible”. His book: “The Big Argument” explains why science has not disproved God. “New Insights in Environmental Education” is a university textbook he authored. He also has written seven books on the topic of health, some of which are: “101 Vital Tips for a Healthy Life Style”, and “A Chocolate a Day; the amazing benefits of chocolate”. “Unwrapping the Pharaohs” with David Down. It shows how Egyptian archeology coincides with the Bible timeline back to the biblical flood. His latest boook: "Evolution Impossible-12 Reasons Why Evolutioon Cannot Explain the Origin of Life on Earth" To date, no one has attempted to refute any of the books he has authored. He is currently employed as Stategic Research Manager for Sanitarium Development and Innovation, in Sydney, Australia. He is an elected Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute.
Born in California, Dr. John T. Baldwin spent several years with his missionary parents in Singapore. Baldwin attended Walla Walla College, and received his doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1990. He is an ordained minister, having served as pastor in the Greater New York and Illinois Conferences. Currently, Baldwin serves as professor of systematic theology in the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. He teaches systematic theology with an emphasis in science and religion. Articles he has written have appeared in the Harvard Theological Review, Andrews University Seminary Studies, Adventist Review, Ministry, Spectrum as well as the Journal of the Adventist Theological Society. He and his wife Sylvia reside in Berrien Springs, Michigan
Timothy Standish was born in Sydney, Australia, but grew up in the Far East where his parents served as missionaries. He completed his undergraduate education at Andrews University in Michigan, obtaining a BS degree in zoology with a chemistry minor. After commencing his graduate education at the same institution, earning an MS degree in Biology while studying brachiopods, he attended George Mason University earning a Ph. D. in environmental biology and public policy while studying application of molecular techniques to the identification and classification of nematode worms.
As an educator Dr. Standish has taught in colleges and universities in the United States, South Africa, Nigeria, Austria, Kenya and the Philippines. He has also taught public high-school science classes in the United States and currently works closely with science teachers in Christian secondary and tertiary schools. His publications cover topics ranging from the molecular basis of behavior in crickets, to Intelligent Design and public policy. In addition, he has authored many academic and popular papers dealing with faith and science. Interactions between science, faith and public policy are his primary interest at present. Dr. Standish is an active member of his church and holds a research appointment at the Geoscience Research Institute in Loma Linda, California.
Terry McComb is a dedicated pastor and avid naturalist with an enthusiasm for discovering illustrations from the Gospel in nature. Terry has 55 articles featured in Creation Illustrated magazine. He is also co-author of The Family Life Nature Series. Along with his wife Jean, they have spent the past 14 years sharing nature seminars in churches across North America, as well as in Lithuania and Australia. They presently reside in Cherryville, BC where they are retired Terry continues to write and research about God's Creation and presents new Creation seminars. See www.gospelcreation.com. He currently serves as chair person for Creation Restoration.