J.D. Mitchell
Genre
Most Recent Book Title
The Creation Dialogues - 2nd Edition
Book Description
In the Creation Dialogues, creation scientist J.D. Mitchell scientifically and biblically refutes naturalistic philosophy and explains the errors that result from attempts by Christians to accept atheistic and deistic ideas into their faith and worldview. This book is a direct response to the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the National Center for Science Education position that Christians can and should be open to evolution and millions of years; concepts that are diametrically opposed to the teachings of the Bible. First Edition published 2010 by WinePress Publishing, 2nd Edition published 2014 by C.E.C. Publications, 160 pages.
Additional Book Titles
Discovering the Animals of Ancient Oregon, Leafcutter Press, 2013, 282 pages.
Guidebook to North American Dinosaurs According to Created Kinds, C.E.C. Publications, 2014, 264 pages.
Guidebook to North American Dinosaurs According to Created Kinds - Coloring and Activity Book, 2013, 24 pages.
Location (city/state/country)
Gresham/Oregon/USA
Author bio
J.D. Mitchell is a retired professional engineer with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington. He has also completed his Master of Biblical Studies in Biblical Creation Apologetics from Master's Graduate School of Divinity.

He is Executive Director of the Institute for Creation Science that meets monthly in Portland, Oregon. He does creation science research, writes and speaks regarding the creation versus evolution controversy as a part of his creation ministry Creation Engineering Concepts. He is also a member of the Design Science Association of Oregon and the Creation Research Society. He is listed in the Marquis Who's Who in Science and Engineering.

J.D. has been studying the scientific and biblical evidence regarding the origins controversy since 1984 when he was converted from a theistic evolutionist to a born again Christian.
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The universe looks designed because it is!

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