These are the members of this SIG who have asked to be listed here, complete
with bios and photos where provided.
"The Prez", Ian A. Juby
Ian joined Mensa in 1994, and was interested in joining a SIG.
Much to his surprise, he found out there were actually very few SIG's
in Canada - and certainly not one on Creation Science. When he first
tossed the idea of a Creation Science SIG around amongst other creationists,
a group of interested Mensans congealed almost immediately (the original
"fab five" as he fondly refers to them). Only one other member was
Canadian - and he was leaving the country! So Ian pursued international
status for the SIG to accomodate these members, and was granted recognition
as an International Mensa SIG in 2004. Today, the SIG has members
in Canada, England, the United States and South Africa.
Operating out of Chalk River, Ontario, Canada, his website is http://www.ianjuby.org. He is a
supporting member of the Creation
Research Society, organizer for the National Creation Conference
of Canada and the founder of the Creation Science Museum of Canada.
Speaking on the subject since 1991, Ian has given presentations at
churches, youth groups, and high school classes. He was one of the
representatives for Creation at the "Skeptic's night" at Carelton University
in 2005 and has spoken on international television. His displays are
in museums in Alberta, Florida, Texas, and of course - Ontario.
Dr. G. Charles Jackson
This handsom guy was one of the original "fab five" and has been a tremendous
supporter of the SIG from its inception. Now in Creation ministry
full time, Dr. Jackson's "Point of Origins" is our official SIG commentary
- an excellent, down-to-earth and easy reading newsletter. You can
sign up for P. of O. by sending an email to PointsofOrigins4firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Jackson has his bachelor's degree in Biology, a master's
in Science Education, and a master's in Environmental Biology from
George Mason University. He earned his doctorate in Science
Education at University of Virginia.
He is a lifetime member of Mensa and the Creation Research Society. Operating
out of Virginia, his website is www.pointsoforigins.com
Speaking on the subject since 1975, Dr. Jackson has taught science or
education courses at both public and private schools to students
in kindergarten through university level. His positions since 1980
have included five high schools, six community colleges, four
colleges, and two universities ... in Virginia, Maryland,
Vermont, and Tennessee. He has also appeared on international television.
David Harris (no photo yet) was one of the original
"Fab five" and joins us from England. A member of Mensa and a voting
member of the SIG, he's an astronomy buff. He's shared profound evidences
in the stars and universe that reveal our Creator. Just that word alone
speaks volumes: Uni-verse, "a single, spoken, sentence." His
website is http://www.creationdiscovery.org
Steve Edwards (no photo yet), also one of the original "fab
five" lives in South Africa, is a member of Mensa and a voting member of
the SIG. I met Steve originally through the Creation Research Society.
Steve's contributions were invaluable in the startup and assembly of
More to come!
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