Norris Anderson, a science educator, served as a writer with the BSCS Green Version, and authored the Insert now required in all Alabama biology textbooks. He is currently the Director of Cornerstone Ministry in Birmingham, AL.
John W. Burgeson (Burgy) (M.S. Physics, Florida State University, 1955), spent two years as a U.S. Navy physicist and thirty seven years with IBM. Now retired and living in Durango, Colorado, he serves as a SYSOP on Compuserves Religious Issues forum and is active on several origins LISTSERVs. He frequently writes book reviews for Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, the quarterly journal of the American Scientific Affiliation. His e-mail address is Burgy@Compuserve.com.
Eric Larson is a graduate of Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington, where he studied philosophy and mathematics. He is a Summer Research Fellow at the Seattle-based Discovery Institute and is beginning work on his Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Texas, Austin.
Paul A. Nelson (Ph.D. candidate, Philosophy, University of Chicago) is the editor of Origins & Design, and is a Research Fellow of the Center for Renewal of Science and Culture in Seattle.
Alvin Plantinga (Ph.D., Philosophy, Yale University) is John A. OBrien Professor of Philosophy at Notre Dame University. He is widely recognized as a leading epistemologist and philosopher of religion. His most recent book is Warrant and Proper Function (Oxford University Press, 1993).
Jonathan Wells (Ph.D., Religious Studies, Yale, 1986; Ph.D. Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley, 1994) is a postdoctoral researcher in the department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley, and the author of Charles Hodges Critique of Darwinism (Edwin Mellen, 1988).
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