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George Howe

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George F. Howe is a professor at the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the Masters College, Newhall, California. He has a B.S in botany from Wheaton College, and an M.S. and Ph.D from Ohio State University. He did post-doctoral studies in botany at Washington State University; in desert biology at Arizona State University; and in radiation biology at Cornell University.

In 1959 he accepted a teaching position at Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California. There, he was offered a the teaching job in the department of biology. In the first class that he taught, an origins class, he came to studying both evolution and creation. After some time, he ended up teaching more and more about creation, and having to study about it. He didn't exactly come to be a creationist by himself though. Many people that he knew and worked with were great support for him, and lead him into the ways of thinking more like a creationist would. So with teaching about it, and having people talk to him about it, he views were finally switched to thinking like a real creationist. His one question that he always had changed from, "How can we interpret Scripture to accommodate the enormous ages known from science?” to “Is there any feature about any dating method that actually satisfies all the ordinary criteria of real science?”

From 1977 to 1983, he served as the president of the Creation Research Society.

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