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Grady McMurtry

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Grady Shannon McMurtry, D.L., D.D. (November 13, 1946 – ) is an American young earth creationist, missionary and Christian apologist. Founder and President Creation Worldview Ministries, Orlando, FLorida

Biographical Information

   Born in San Francisco, California, 1946.
   Calvin Coolidge High School, Washington, DC
   B S, University of Tennessee, Institute of Agriculture
   M S, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science
   D D, School of Theology, Columbus, Georgia
   D Litt, Mid-Continent University, Mayfield, Kentucky
   Past Regent of the School of Theology, Columbus, Georgia
   Adjunct Professor, School of Theology, Columbus, Georgia
   Florida Christian College, Guest Lecturer
   10 Years a Teacher of Evolution
   1 1/2 Years a Theistic Evolutionist
   37 Years a Biblical Scientific Creationist
   Ordained Minister
   Church Elder
   Expert School Board Witness 

Memberships

   Creation Research Society (USA) - Life Member
   Creation Research Society (Russia) - Member
   Mensa - Life Member
   Intertel - Member
   Phi Kappa Phi - Life Member
   Creation Studies Institute
   Access Research Network
   Creation Science Association for Mid-America
   Citizens for Science Integrity
   Liberty Counsel (Past Chairman of the Board)

Publications

   Creation: Our Foundation
   Creation: Our Worldview
   The World View
   The Rock Newspaper
   American Mensa Bulletin
   The Forerunner
   The Creationist
   Predvestnik (Ukraine and Russia)
   Today Magazine (South Africa)
   Christian News (Christians for Truth-South Africa)
   JOY! Magazine (South Africa)
   The Christian Observer
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