Bergman’s CV and publications

August 14, 2006 at 2:57 pm | Posted in Journal of Anti-Science meetings | 19 Comments

The following is the CV and publications for Jerry Bergman provided to me by CORR de-facto leader J. David Lehman. It’s an interesting read, as Bergman’s mere existence seems to prove String Theory. The entire post is verbatim, except that Bergman’s personal contact information has been removed.

I apologize for the formatting issues, of which there were many, and that I’ve tried to clean up a bit.






2001 to 2004: Master of Science (M.S.) Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio. Major area of study was in the health and medicine area. June 2004. Thesis title was “Evaluation to Optical Radiation in Medical Diagnostics and Treatment.” 3.8 GPA


1994 to 2000: Graduate student in Molecular Biology Department at the Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio (102 quarter graduate hours completed; 3.9 GPA).

1998 to 2001: Masters of Public Health (MPH). Northwest Ohio Consortium for Public Health (Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio; University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio; Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio). (3.9 GPA).


1996-1999: Masters of Science in Biomedical Science (MSBS), Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio (3.9 GPA). Thesis title was on Tumor Markers in Cancer Treatment.

1996 to date: Accepted as a Ph.D. student, department of chemistry Miami University in Oxford Ohio. So far have completed 40 graduate quarter hours in chemistry (4.0 GPA).

1992-1996: Post graduate study. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Studied geology, philosophy, nutrition, chemistry, and meteorology (3.6 GPA).

1989-1992: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Columbia Pacific University, San Rafael, CA 94901. Major was human biology (4.0 GPA).


1982-1986: Masters of Arts (M.A.) in Sociology with a major in Social Psychology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio (3.5 GPA).


1977-1987: Accepted as a Ph.D. student in the department of sociology and have completed almost all of the course work for this degree (so far completed 60 hours of graduate level course work at primarily in the Behavioral Sciences (3.5 GPA).


1971-1976: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. Majored in Evaluation and Research, minored in Psychology (4.0 GPA).


1970-1971: Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. Major area of study was in Psychology, Education, and Counseling (3.71 GPA).


1969-1970: Teaching certification, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI., both at Primary and Secondary levels.

1967-1970: Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, 48202. Major areas of study included Psychology, Biology, and Sociology.


1965-1967: Associate of Arts (A.A.), Oakland Community College, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Major area of study was Biology and the Behavioral Sciences.

Select Honors and Awards: Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the Midwest, since 1992 Marquis Who’s Who in America since 2000. ; and in Marquis Who’s Who in Education. since the 6th Edition, and Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering since the 8th edition, Marquis Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare since 2005, and Who’s Who in Theology and Science., p. 18-19, Winthrop Publishing Company, Framingham, MA, 1992 and 1996 edition (New York, Continuum 1996 p. 32), and Who’s Who in America 47th Ed., New Providence, NJ 07974. Listed in Research Centers Directory edited by Maurice Michelle Watkins, Gale Research Company, Book Tower, Michigan. 1990 and in Internationales AdreBregister der Sektenarbeet Munchen 1997-1998. My library is listed in The Directory of Special Libraries and Information Centers (Gale Group, Farmington Hills, MI. 2001).


Teaching Awords: Was selected by my students for theWho’s Who Among America’s Teachers for the years 2000 and 2005.


Member of MENSA, which requires members to be in the top 2 percent of the population intellectually. Scored in 90 percentile for verbal GRE, 68% percentile for quantitative and 98% percentile for subject test. Received the 1998 Edgar Langsdorf award for excellence in writing. Awarded a Public Health Service Grant for graduate school at Medical College of Ohio worth in excess of 20,000 dollars.

Grades: 3.7 average for first Master’s degree; 3.5 for second masters, 3.8 for third, forth, and fifth masters degree, 4.0 average for both first and second Ph.D. (4.0 = A).

Extracurricular and Volunteer Activities: On the staff of the college newspaper and yearbook, and was a photographer for school publications. Several awards earned in conjunction with publication activities. Volunteer work included reading for the blind, working with the deaf, and much tutoring in the area of science.

Certification: certified in Ohio to teach at both elementary and high school levels (all subjects for elementary and certified at the secondary level for biological and general science, psychology, sociology, history, and general social studies. Licensed in Ohio as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.


Adjunct Professor and Research Associate, Adjunct appointment was Sept. 1998. Medical University of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio 43614

Professor of Biology and Chemistry. March 1986 to date at Northwest State College, Archbold, Ohio, Devision of Arts and Sciences, teaching primarily biology, biochemistry, genetics, zoology, chemistry, and anthropology classes. Also served on academic affairs committee for five years, and chair for two. Served on several search committees, and as a consultant for a score of science text books. Developed many new science courses, and worked with the faculty in developing several new degree programs.

Adjunct Professor at Indiana Wesleyan University Marion, IN, supervising master’s theses in an MBA program designed for established professionals (almost all of the fourteen students I have supervised have undergraduate degrees in engineering, nursing or related areas). Among the topics supervised include health care, specifically development of a program which can provide the necessary training so as maternity client patients are able to deliver their baby, and be home within a day or so. This program includes counseling and training during maternity, as well as a program of follow-up so as the baby can receive home care, and health evaluations as necessary. Many of the other theses were in the engineering area. One student is completing his master’s thesis on designing and engineering a computer operated feed-back program in the production of cable coating which will increase quality control by use of sensors (heat, thickness, color, etc.) so that feedback is more direct and immediate, reducing the need for destructive testing as well as waste when quality control goes beyond the required tolerances.

Instructor of Mathematics September 1980 to June 1986 at University of Toledo (Dr. Amand was the last Department Chair I worked under). Taught a wide variety of math classes to engineering, business, nursing and other students at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Also taught general science/biology and behavioral science classes part time at Defiance College, Defiance Ohio, and Owens Technical College, Toledo, Ohio during this period.

Associate Professor of Psychology, September 1981 – December 1982. Department of Psychology, Spring Arbor University, Spring Arbor, Michigan 49283. Taught in the psychology and sociology area. Also taught at Southern State Prison, Southern Michigan (SPSM).

Assistant Professor, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, September 1973 – June 1980. Teaching general education, psychology and assessment classes. Was on both the undergraduate and graduate faculty. General duties in connection with position include teaching, research, consultation, writing and publication, as well as extensive work with students.

College Instructor. Teaching Psychology, Sociology and Corrections at Oakland Community College, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Worked in developing several innovative programs. Rated in 90th percentile in O.C.C. student rating system.


Research for the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) on the criminal population for the community treatment project for second felony offenders (the results were published by NCCD). My research experience in this position includes developing measuring techniques, designing and using a wide variety of psychological tests, evaluating psychological programs, system rates research, gathering, coding, and summarizing data using computer, writing reports, writing the conclusions and research findings, evaluating on-going programs (including group counseling, marriage counseling, drug groups, individual counseling), writing progress reports for publication and general public dissemination, speaking about the project to college classes and organization including the Rotary, Kiwanis, and Birmingham Community groups. Also, involved with group and behavior modification therapy, and the more traditional psychoanalytic chemotherapy and counseling techniques. In-service training included readings and application of behaviorism in dealing with several types of abnormal behavior. Worked in developing practical applications of behaviorism in treating sexual, social, and drug offenders.

Primary and Secondary Science Teacher, Lamphere School District, Madison Heights, Michigan, and Clawson High School, Clawson, Michigan. Taught Biology, Physics, General Chemistry, and Drafting, both classes and labs. Used behavioral objectives in designing lessons under a highly structured teacher accountability system. Utilized the discovery approach in teaching science, and formal behavior modification techniques for most classes. Designed and developed research projects on creativity, studied use of rating scales, internality/externality scales and other psychological tests as applied to education. Extensive use of the computer and writing programs in evaluating educational data.

Colleges Taught at Since 1967 (Most Part-time)

1. Wayne State University 8. Jackson Community College

2. University of Toledo 9. Northwest State College

3. Bowling Green State University 10. Defiance College

4. Findlay University 11. Lorraine Community College

5. Indiana Wesleyan University 12. Terra State College

6. Oakland Community College 13. Owens State Community College

7. Spring Arbor University 14. Medical University of Ohio

Other Experience (both consulting and full time):

Chemical Research/Publication Development Engineering Company, Royal Oak, MI, about 1975 to 1979 as a consultant, including research on publication and information relative to the periodic table and the elements, information relative to chemical processes and techniques used in the automotive industry and manufacturing in general, and also for the Community Treatment research project in research. These positions included drug use evaluation, testing and research and for therapy programs. Involved in chemical research primarily related to drug abuse and analysis, working with calorimetric analysis, chromatography, pH meters, spectroanalysis, and titration. Supervisor for the latter position was Michael Mahoney, Royal Oak, MI.


Mechanical Engineer Cunningham Engineers, Inc., Bloomfield Hills, MI, and Hugh Acton Company, Birmingham, MI 1967 to 1970 and other dates (consulting to 1973). Supervisor was Mr. Mintus, P.E. and Mr. Hugh Acton. Involved in the mechanical engineering aspects of both the design and development and field testing of large industrial machinery and buildings. Worked with uniform and cyclic stress equipment, heat treatment tests and various metallurgical techniques. At Hugh Acton Company, I was involved in design engineering, quality control aspects and product development of custom built office furniture, including various plating and manufacturing processes. Also involved in the design and development of machinery used to manufacture such equipment. Position also involved the development and evaluation of various wood and metal surface finishes, and working closely with various chemical companies in the development of such.

Therapist, Arlington Psychological Associates, Toledo, Ohio and Toledo Pain and Stress Center. In this position, I worked in the clinical psychology area (registered with the State board of Psychology as a psychological assistant). Among the treatment methodologies I worked with included biofeedback (electromyogram, electroencephalogram, galvanic skin response and pulse), cognitive control, visual image, rational emotive and Rogerian therapy and autogenic and progressive relaxation (Jacobson and other methods). Also worked with typical private psychological clinic client.

Counselor (part-time volunteer). The Link, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402. The Link is a 24-hour crisis intervention agency. Formal training involved 20 hours of classroom work, 12 hours of supervised role playing, situational simulation and 10 hours of apprenticeship. I worked about 20 hours a week. Involved with the cases a crisis counseling center typically attracts (suicides, drug problems, pregnancy, rape, child and wife beating, etc. type problems) and, March 1968 – June 1972 (part time). Also have 2 years experience working with drug addicts as a teacher/counselor at Alexandrine House and other centers in Detroit, Michigan.

Reference Librarian and General Library Work. For the Royal Oak Public Library, Royal Oak, Michigan. Worked developing a new library program.

Reference Librarian and Audio-Visual Technician. Oakland Community College. Worked in the early stages of developing the audiotutorial approach based on behavioral objectives, utilizing the multi-median approach for OCC’s experimental educational program.

Commercial and Industrial Photographer. For Bloomfield Photographers, Inc. Did a wide variety of commercial and scientific photography, including dark room work, layout and add development.

Other work experience in the biological-medical area includes:

A. Three years at Oakland Center Hospital (Supervisor was Dr. Bernard Gerapy, M.D.) in Royal Oak, Michigan, as a technology lab assistant involved in the many tasks necessary for the operation of a small hospital, including general lab work and the preparation of research data and results for medical presentations. Also involved in researching instrumentation purchases, the evaluation, installation and maintenance of instrumentation, microphotography, medical photography, and assisting in the writing of medical reports, research, and general daily hospital operation tasks and related.

B. About one and one-half years at the Toledo Pain and Stress Center, Toledo, Ohio under the supervision of Dr. William Beausay. I worked primarily with various stress reduction techniques including biofeedback, electroencephalogram, electromyogram, galvanic skin response (GSR), and related as used in the control of chronic pain primarily due to physical injury, general back pain and unspecific caused pain. Also, dealt with the control of hypertension and the administration, supervision, and direction of pain control techniques which included use of medication and nutrition (the medical aspects were supervised by the staff medical doctor, several of which were affiliated with the organization during the time that I was there).


Collecting books, reading, writing, restoring antiques, carpentry, stamp collecting, photography and travel (have traveled throughout much of the United States, Canada and Europe).


I am or was active in the following organizations:

1. National Association for Gifted Children 6. Ohio Psychological Association

2. American Educational Research Association 7. Association for the Scientific Study of Religion

3. National Council on Measurement in Education 8. American Association of Suicidology

4. American Sociological Association 9. Institute of Religion and Health

5. American Psychological Association 10. American Society of Corrections



The Professional Organizations that I am now a member of and/or involved in, include:

1. Ohio Science Teachers Association. 7. American Institute of Biological Sciences.

2. American Biology Teachers Association. 8. Ohio Academy of Science

3. The American Scientific Affiliation. 9. American Institute of Chemists

4. The American Association for the Advancement of Science. 10. New York Academy of Sciences

5. The American Association for the History of Science 11. The New York Museum of Natural History

6. American Chemical Society


Other Professional Involvements:

President of the Society for the Scientific Study of Male Psychology and Physiology, an organization that deals with researching both the psychological and biological aspects of maleness including unique male medical problems, both as a unit and in contrast to female problems. This professional organization consists of researchers and scientists interested in various issues connected with male psychology and physiology. In this capacity, I have completed much consultation with many organization in the medical health and nutritional areas.

Elected the prestigious honor Fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation on April 30, 1983, an organization consisting primarily of natural scientists. This award is made on the basis of peer review by university professors and scientists who are likewise members of the organization, and is based solely on scholarly achievements and accomplishments.

Papers Presented at Professional Conferences.

1. “Suicide Rate Among Psychiatrists Revisited: A Thorough Review of Several Common Misconceptions.”American Association of Suicidology, 10th Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, May 19-22, 1977. Paper presented May 20, 1977.

2. “The Effect of Rigid Belief Structure on the Gifted.” Presented paper at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children, Friday, October 21, 1977, San Diego, California, (paper was read).

3. “The perception of Those Who are Not Healed Toward Those Who are Healed.”Presented at the Annual Meeting of The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, in Chicago, IL, October 29, 1977; and chaired a session on “Religion and Health: Discussion from Several Disciplinary Perspectives” on October 28. The paper presented discussed the perceptions and reactions of patients whose treatment was unsuccessful toward patients whose treatment was successful.

4. “The Term Ms.: Does it Impede or Facilitate Communication?” Paper presented at the Communication, Language and Sex Symposium, on Saturday, May 20, 1978 at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio 43403.

5. “The Mental Health of Jehovah’s Witnesses.” Presented at National CARIS Convention, Santa Anna, California, May 26-27, 1978. My presentation was taped, and is available from Mott Media, California. All my expenses were paid for by CARIS.

6. “The Attitude of University Students Toward the Teaching of Creation and Evolution in the Schools.”Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation on Saturday, August 12, 1978 at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. The dates of the convention were August 11-14, 1978.

7. “Difficulties in the Theory of Natural Selection.” Presented April 23, 1979 at the Creation Research Society Convention at Concordia College, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

8. “The History of Religious Objections to Blood Transfusions.” Presented at the National CARIS Convention, May 19, 1979, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. All expenses were paid for by CARIS.

9. “Pornographic Films as Popular Culture: A New Classification and Trends.” Presented at the Midwest Popular Culture Association Meeting, October 11-13, 1979, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio.

10. Presented a paper on the history of religious objections to blood transfusions at the Study of American Religion Convention, New Ringgold, Pennsylvania on October 26, 1979.

11. “The Effects of Evolution on Human Behavior” presented at the meeting of the Creation Science Association of Detroit on November 20, 1979 at 7:30, at Whitmore Bolles School in Dearborn, Michigan.

12. “Vestigial Organs and Evolution.” Presented at the American Scientific Affiliation Convention on August 10, 1980, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana.

13. “Vestigial Organs as Evidence of Evolution: A History and and Evaluation.” Presented at the Creation Research Society Association Convention in Ann Arbor, Concordia College, April 16, 1980.

14. “Pornographic Movies: An Analysis.” Presented Friday, April 18, 1980 in Detroit, Michigan at National Meeting of the Popular Culture Association.

15. “Towards the Development of a Creationist Theory of Human Behavior.” Presented Friday, April 25, 1980 at 1:30 at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies Convention in Toronto, Canada.

16. “The Creation Evolution Controversy in the Schools.” Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Convention, Cleveland, Ohio, October 9-11, 1980.

17. “Two Models of Origins: Descriptions and Definitions.” Presented at the Creation Week Seminar, for high school Biology teachers April 24, 1982, Concordia College, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

18. Presented a paper on Vestigial Organs at a science conference held at Essex Community College, Essex Maryland, June 5, 1982.

19. Chaired a panel session on philosophy and science at the American Scientific Affiliation annual meeting and workshop, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, August 13-16, 1982.

20. Presented a paper on Recent Developments in Biology and the Human Mind at a science conference held at Essex Community College, Baltimore County, Maryland, on June 2-4, 1983.

21. The Nazi Movement and Evolution, presented at the 1983 National Creation Conference, Minneapolis, MN August 11, 1983.

22. Vestigial Organs, Latest Development. Paper presented at the 1983 National Creation Conference, Minneapolis, MN, August 11, 1983.

23. Presented a paper on Biological Theory as Related to Social Policies at the 1983 Conference “Science at the Crossroads; Observation or Speculation?” August 10-13, 1983 at Northwestern College, St. Paul, Minnesota.

24. Presented a paper on the History of Various Theories of Biology and Origins in the Kennedy Union Ballroom, at the University of Dayton, October 6, 1983.

25. Presented a lecture on the current Developments in the area of Biological Evolution at the Missouri State Teacher Association Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, November 8, 1983.

26. Chaired the session on biology and mind control at the 1984 (August 3-6) 39th Annual Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation at Miami University at Oxford, Ohio.

27. Attended a three-day science conference and presented a paper on physiology and psychology of time, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 4-9, 1986.

28. Chaired the thematic session on mind control at the American Scientific Affiliation meeting held August 3-6, 1984 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

29. Presented a paper “Religious Discrimination in Colleges and Universities,” on August 4, held at the American Scientific Affiliation meeting August 3-6, 1984, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

30. Presented a paper on the Physics of Time at Indiana Wesleyan University, Marian, IN, August 1989.


31. Presented a paper on High Energy Physics at the ASA Conference, Messiah College, Grantham, PA, August 1990.

32. Invited speaker at a conference of biologists and natural scientists held in Pittsburgh in 1990. The conference committee paid all my expenses, and an honorarium. I addressed mostly scientists who teach at universities or work in research in the area of biology. The area of my presentation was related to biological atavisms. The papers were published as part of the conference.

33. Presented a paper on “A History of the Modern Creation Movement” at the 50th Anniversary Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation at Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL on July 26, 1991.

34. Presented a paper on “The Mims Case and Scientific American.” at the 50th Anniversary Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation at Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL on July 28, 1991.

35. Presented a paper titled A Unified Approach to Particle Physics and another titled The Big Bang Theory of Cosmology at Northwestern College, St. Paul, MN on July 30 and Aug. 1, 1992.

36. Presented paper The Genetic Function of Introns as a Means of Reducing Copying Errors at the Ohio Academy of Science meeting, Medical College of Ohio, April 23, 1994, at 10:15 A.M.

37. “Blood Transfusions” presented at the Christian Countercult Convention, May, 28, 1994 at Eagle Creek, OR.

38. “Magnetic Monopoles and Grand Unification Theory.” ICC, July 18, 1994 at Pittsburgh, PA. As a featured speaker, all of my expenses were paid by the conference. The reviewers include Professors S. E Rodabaugh, Department of Mathematics at Youngstown State University and Donald B. DeYoung (Ph.D. in physics from Iowa State University) Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Grace College in Winona Lake, IN.

39. “ An Update of the Courts, Academic Freedom and Creationists.” ICC, July 18, 1994 at Pittsburgh, PA.

40. “The Legal System and Children.” 1:30-2:45 P.M., Saturday, November 5, at International CAN Conference, Independence (Cleveland), OH.

41. “The Murder Trial and the Chemists.” Presented at Chem Ed 97’ Conference, University of Minnesota, August 5, 1997, Room 320, Coffman Memorial Union.

42. Presented paper on mutations at Hope College, Holland Michigan Sunday, April 3, 2005.

43. Presented paper titled “Research on the Deterioration of the Genome and Darwinism” at the 60th Annual Meeting of The American Scientific Affiliation. Messiah College, Grantham, PA August 8, 2005.



1. Numerous speeches given for various organizations in conjunction with research activities for the Oakland County Probation Department. Also lectured numerous times as a guest speaker in college classes about areas related to corrections and psychology.

2. Presented a lecture on how to motivate students at Hancock County Public Schools on March 8, 1976. Developed several handouts and activity involvement tools in connection with this presentation.

3. Presented “Teaching by stories utilizing the didactic misadventure of Johann August Sutter,” at the Toledo Mental Health Center, May 11, 1976.

4. Presented “Educational Propaganda in American Schools Today,” at Bowling Green State University, Sponsored by “The Alternative.” February 13, 1977.

5. Presented a paper on “Humanistic Testing,” Humanistic Education Symposium, Toledo, Ohio. April 13, 1977.

6. Gave a talk titled “How We Teach Our Children to Hate School,” presented at “The Alternative” on April 27, 1977.

7. Discussed research grants, their purpose, the types, etc. on WKIQ Radio on June 7, 1977.

8. Presented a talk titled “Tests as Curriculum.” Humanistic Education Symposium, Toledo, Ohio, April 1, 1978.


9. Chaired Group #3, “The Gifted From the College Viewpoint” for the Ohio Association for Gifted Children, 26th Annual Meeting held in Cleveland, Ohio, May 5-6, 1978.

10. Invited to attend the convention of The Psychological Study of Social Issues, a division of the American Psychological Association, to present a paper at the Male-Female Symposium to be held in Toronto, Canada, June, 1978.


11. Lectured on the concept of parent’s rights at Cincinnati County Day School, 1979, Cincinnati, Ohio.

12. Presented a presentation on the Creation-Evolution Controversy on WPOS, Toledo, Ohio on October 21, 1980.

13. “How We Teach Our Children to Hate School” was presented on April 27, 1977, and a review of vocabulary margins was presented to Bowling Green State University graduate students on January 25, 1978. See letter of February 6 from Dr. Joseph Nemeth describing these presentations.

14. Presented a one hour talk titled “Shall I Marry?” to The Single Adult Seminar, Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 15, 1980.

15. Presented a one hour talk “Dealing with Pain and Stress” Oct. 16, 1980 for the Northwest Ohio Friends of CCHO in Toledo, Ohio.

16. Spoke on the Creation Evolution Controversy at the Tri-Fellowship Meeting, Church of God, Perrysberg, Ohio, Jan. 23, 1982.

17. Spoke at the ACLU annual meeting, April 30, 1982, in East Lansing, MI., on the free exercise clause of the constitution.

Among my numerous other presentations include:

1. a paper on mental health in Los Angeles, California in 1979.


2. a seminar on new religious movements at New Ringold, Pennsylvania in 1982.

3. a paper on vestigial organs presented in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1982.

4. a presentation on genetics, gene splicing, and related at OMSAL (A branch of the University of Missouri) in 1984.

5. a presentation on biological natural selection at the Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, Missouri in 1984.

6. a seminar on genetics at the University of Toronto in 1986.

7. a paper on genetics and race, in Nashville, Tennessee in 1987.

8. a paper on the eugenics movement and modern genetics at the University of Wisconsin in 1988.

I have also made presentations in the Bahamas, Portugal, Sweden, and Germany as a featured speaker.

Select Professional Conferences Attended.

1. Ohio Psychological Association Convention, Perrysberg, Ohio, May 10-12, 1975.

2. Ohio Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting in Perrysberg, Ohio, June 30-31, 1976.

3. Toledo convention for the Gifted and Talented Students, sponsored by TAG (The Association for the Gifted). May 12 and 13, 1976.


4. American Scientific Affiliation Annual Meeting in Chicago, August 12-14, 1976.

5. American Association of Suicidology, 10th Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, May 19-22, 1977.

6. annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion on October 27-30, 1977, in Chicago. This professional association is made up primarily of psychologists and sociologists studying religious and small group behavior.

7. Communication, Language and Sex Symposium on May 20-21, 1978, at Bowling Green State University.

8. Midwest Association of Teachers of Educational Psychology convention in Toledo, Ohio, April 18-19, 1978.

9. 31st Annual American Scientific Affiliation meeting held at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, from August 11-14, 1978.

10. American Scientific Affiliation meeting at Taylor University, Upland, Indiana, Aug. 8-11, 1980.

11. symposium on religious freedom, and new church movements in New York, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 1981. This symposium featured several noted researchers such as Dr. Richard Quebedeaux, a writer for Sojourners, The Wittenberg Door, and among other books, wrote The New Evangelicals.

12. conference on the Integration of Psychology and Christianity for teachers of Psychology in Christian Colleges at the Billy Graham Center, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois on March 18-20, 1982. The conference was sponsored by the Christian College Coalition, American Studies Program, Washington D.C., 20002.

13. conference of the American Scientific Affiliation held August 3-6, 1984 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

14. Causa Seminar in Washington, D.C., May 27-30, 1985.

15. three day conference on biomedical engineering on August, 1989 at Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Indiana which included conveners from various medical schools and universities discussing various aspects of gene alteration its ethical ramifications including the progresses, advancements and ethical ramification of such. The focus was primarily on human gene therapy and was directed by Dr. Howard W. Jones, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Eastern Virginia Medical School. He was on the faculty of John’s Hopkins Medical College for thirty-six years, and was a pioneer in the development of the methods for assisted reproduction, and was involved in the development of the first in vitro fertilization clinic in this area.

16. ascience conference at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA, August 1984.

17. five-day meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation in Grantham, PA at Messiah College, August 1989.

18. five-day 50th Anniversary Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation July 25-29, 1991 at Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL and presented two papers.

19. science conference at Northwestern College in St. Paul, MN from July 29 to Aug. 1, 1992.

20. 103rd annual meeting of Ohio Academy of Science, Medical College of Ohio, Toledo, OH, April 22-24, 1994.

21. 1994 CAN National Conference on November 4-6, 1994 at Independence, OH (Cleveland).

22. presentation on foliate receptors by Wu Yan on Friday, Dec. 23, 1994 from 11:00 to 1:00 P.M. at Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, OH.

23. presentation by Professor Sonia M. Najjar, “PP 120-ECTO-ATPase; A Novel Substrate of the Insulin Receptor Tyrosine Kinase,” Jan. 18, 1995, at MCO, Toledo, OH.

24. seminar by K.M. Renuka Prasad on “Intranuclear Association Between the Adeno-Associated Virus Replication and Capsid Proteins: A Virus Assembly Intermediate?” on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1995 at MCO in Toledo, OH.

25. seminar by James C. Wiley, M.D. on “Cytochrome P450 in Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells” Friday, Feb. 10, 1995, at MCO in Toledo, OH.

26. seminar by Kenneth Neet, Ph.D. on “Structure-Function Studies of Nerve Growth Factor,” in Room 436; 11:00 A.M., April 7, 1995 at MCO Toledo Ohio

27. “EFG Regulation of the Gastrin Promoter: A Tale of Two DNA Binding Proteins” by Juanita Merchant, M.D., Ph.D., Room 436, Paul Block Jr. Health Science Building, MCO, April 21, 1995.

28. “The Molecular Genetics of Human Cancer” by Curtis C. Harris, M.D. of the National Cancer Institute, Room 110, MCO, 3:30, May 10, 1995.

29. paper “Why mutations are rarely beneficial” at Biola University, LaMirada, CA April 24, 2004.


Reports Completed.

1. “A Program Utilizing the Multi-media Approach in Retaining High School Dropouts.” 12 pages. Dept. of Adult Continuing Education. Pontiac, Michigan. 1972.

2. “An Experimental Program Comparing Offender Perceptions of Regular Probation to a Special Behavioristically Oriented Service Unit.” 42 pages. Central Michigan University. 1973.

3. “The results of the research on the Community Treatment Project,” 430-page report prepared for the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Hackensack, New Jersey. 1974.

4. Contributed a set of 12 teaching strategies to be used at the National Association for Gifted Children Conference held in Kansas City, Missouri, October 13 through 15, 1976. 58 pages.

5. “A Learning Module Utilizing the Discovery Approach for Teaching Gifted Students, on the Basic Principles of Light, Magnetism and Energy.” Also developed a teacher’s guide and supportive demonstrations, 1989. 68 pages.

Proposals and Grants Completed.

1. July 1971 to December 1973. Involved in proposal to fund research sponsored by the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) on the criminal population for community treatment project for second felony offenders. The grant involved over one-million dollars. The results were published by NCCD. Research experience included: developed measuring techniques, designed psychological tests, evaluated psychological programs, completed systems rates research, gathered, coded and summarized data using the computer, wrote out progress reports, and a final report on the entire research study, evaluated on-going programs, (including group counseling, marriage counseling, drug groups, individual counseling), wrote papers for publication and general public dissemination, spoke about the project to college classes and organization including the Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, and Birmingham Community Club. Also involved in researching group and behavior modification therapy, and the more traditional counseling techniques and a wide range of psychological testing.


In-service training included a class on behaviorism taught by Jerry Provencal and Paul McCormick, program directors for BAT at Plymouth State Training Home. Seminar included readings and application of behaviorism with several types of abnormal behavior. Worked in developing practical applications of behaviorism in treating sexual, social, and drug offenders.

2. Designed and implemented, in conjunction with Central Michigan University, a research study comparing offenders’ perceptions of regular probation compared to offenders’ perceptions of a special services unit which was therapeutic and behavioristic in approach, and offered a wide variety of services normally not available to probationers.


3. July 1, 1977 to June 30, 1978. Research grant of $993.50 was provided by Bowling Green State University Faculty Research Committee to do a follow-up study of the Oakland County Community Treatment Project. The study included an extensive summary of all literature on the CTP approaches to corrections as well as a follow-up of the participants in the original project, including and examination of their criminal record, educational pursuits, occupational and other activities.

4. Received a FRC Research Grant for approximately $500.00 to do a study on idiot savants. Aside from two Master’s theses and one Ph.D. thesis and various limited articles no major study of this topic has been completed. The idiot savants phenomena has important implications for understanding human learning and memory.

5. Received the Speed Grant Award of $200.00 to attend workshop for the gifted sponsored by the National Association for Gifted Children, October 19, 1977.

6. Testified scores of times in court cases dealing with fathers’ rights, from Wed., Oct. 21, 1979 in Iowa, to 1992 in Michigan.

7. I was awarded a National Science Foundation Grant to attend a workshop at Alma College during the summer of 1993 on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Chemistry Instrumentation. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Scott T. Hill, an organic chemist at Alma College and Dr. Richard Cornelius, an inorganic chemist from Lebanon Valley College, both of which have significant experience with, and instruction on a PT-NMR. Twelve persons were selected for the workshop designed for college chemistry instructors. A Fourier transform instrument is used, and the workshop covers X-nuclei, COSY interpretation, decoupling, splitting patterns, etc.


Research Completed or in Progress.

1. Worked on a research project involving the biological basis of learning in conjunction with Wayne State University and Plymouth State Training Home for the retarded. This involved extensive reading and writing on the various biological theories of learning.

2. Developed a slide presentation and talk on educational architectural innovations, including use of roomless building utilizing igloo architecture, divider elevations, acoustical walls and roof angle position designed for the children users (especially in elementary schools), open classrooms and recessed learning centers.

3. 1976 to 1977. Worked with Dr. Ken Miller (then at Toledo Mental Health Center) to develop resident educational programs, and developed and research a bibliotherapeutic treatment program, utilization of transactional analysis, values clarification, polaritive evaluation learning and unicept approaches. Presently developing an activity involvement inventory researching the effects of various activities on present and past mental adjustment with a view towards developing therapeutic programs which utilize several innovative approaches. The questionnaire requires over 800 responses.

4. Developed a theory of motivation based on biological learning theories, relating to the reticular formation in the base of the brain. The material was presented, among other places, at an in-service training seminar at the Hancock County School District on March 8, 1976.

5. Worked with Bob Hall of Rossford Schools developing the feasibility of a program to develop Junior High and High School students’ interpersonal relationships, using especially non-peer involvement in order to effect attitude change and value clarification.

6. Worked on developing a data bank at Rossford Schools or later research and analysis; included are high school and college level students.

7. Research on the effectiveness of the “teaching test” concept, or tests which are an integral part of a learning program, and specifically designed to serve as a medium to directly or indirectly teach class material. (studied student’s perceptions of tests, how they feel about exams, and why). Also studied why the common misconception that students should not change their answers is believed in spite of consistent research which finds that, statistically, changing an answer improves the chances that the testee will receive a higher score.

8. Extensive research on the phenomenon known as idiot savants, or more commonly called autistic savants. Have reviewed all extant literature in all languages and am currently in the process of supervising translating of foreign literature into English. From this research, I will complete a book which involves extensive discussion of this phenomenon which has important implications for education as a whole. Received a $500.00 Bowling Green State University Faculty Research Grant to aid in conducting this research.

9. 1976 – Consulted with Spencer Manor Nursing Homes, Inc. in the development of an employee improvement program designed to deal especially with improving inter-personal skills. (See later dated June 18, 1976.)

10. 1977 – 1978. Consulted with Gordon F. Ogram, M.D., of Tiffin Mental Health Center regarding the development of holistic milieu therapy programs.

11. Researching the attitudes of students, teachers, and others toward the teaching of various theories of origins in the schools. Published a fastback for the Phi Delta Kappan on this topic, and have published many articles on this subject.

Radio, Video Tapes, and Television Shows

I have appeared on approximately 200 radio shows and 14 television shows for various Public Television Stations. My research has been featured four times on the Paul Harvey Show, and once by David Brinkley. Some specific examples are as follows:

1. Interviewed on CBS News, New York by Joe Williams, “What’s Happening” Show, May 24, 1979.

2. Gary Honnert (WLWT-TV, Cincinnati) Saturday, April 5, 1979.

3. Sue Donaldson (CKFM Radio, Toronto, Canada) May 24, 1979.

4. Interviewed by Kathy McCarthy of Every Women Documentary television program in Washington, DC.

5. Peggy Alexander WHIO Radio, Dayton, OH and Dean Schott, Columbus radio, 1979.

6. Interviewed on WRLM, Monroe, MI, for one hour on April 13, and two hours on WOHO, Toledo, OH on April 19 about research I am currently involved in.

7. Interviewed on Spring Arbor’s radio station with Chris Newhouse on the Creation/Evolution issue. 1981

8. Interviewed on SAC Radio on April 27, 1982 on “Moonies – Threat or Challenge.” Interviewed on SAC Radio on May 5, 1982 on “Anti-Christianity in our society.”

9. Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mental Illness. La Jolla CA: Good News Defenders 1986.

10. Interviewed in Battling Over The Children, and Jehovah’s Witnesses and Prophesy and Witness of Jehovah. Jerimah Films, Los Angeles, CA, 1986.

11. Interviewed on Spring Arbor Radio, which was aired October 21st at 7:00 and November 11th at 7:00, 1992. (discussed psychological aspects of censorship, ventilation theory, the effect of aggression on television, and the relationship between church and state, as well as other topics.)

12. Interviewed during June, 1991 on Adrian, MI radio on the subject of origins.

13. Interviewed in March, 1994 on WMUZ Radio, Detroit on Darwinism and Women (Terry Wilson contact person).

14. Was interviewed by Beth Pearlman (612-330-2647) of station WCCO Television II, Minneapolis, MN relative to research on suicide (5-20-94). Program aired 5-22-94.

15. Interviewed on Speak-Up America (Gerd Zeapaldt, M.S.) and Real People (Hal Parets, M.S.).

16. Was a question (TV Show), Turning Point, TV 44 (WTLW T.V.), Lima, Ohio, May 3, 1995.

Workshops Attended.

1. Numerous Faculty Development Workshops, various dates.

2. Communication Skills Seminar, Bowling Green State University, November 13, 1974. The seminar focused upon communication skills for teachers.

3. Grantsmanship, Proposal Writing: An Overview; workshop held on April 30, 1976 on proposal writing offered by the Department of Research Studies, Bowling Green State University.

4. Attended a workshop co-sponsored by Jackson Community College and Spring Arbor College titled “Why Correctional Education?” October 23, 1982 on the campus of Spring Arbor College, Spring Arbor, Michigan.

5. Completed a workshop on Quality Control sponsored by The American Society for Quality Control on April 8, 1988 at Northwest State College, Archbold, OH.

6. Completed a workshop on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy at Alma College, July 12-16, 1993, Professor Scott Hill, Ph.D. Director

7. Completed a workshop on Fourier transmission infrared spectroscopy at the University of Dayton on June 25-20 1995 directed by R. Gerald Keil Ph.D. professor of chemistry..

8. Completed OSHA lab safety training, Jan. 4, 1995 at Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, OH.

9. Completed seminar on GenBank and NCBI molecular biology resources at Case Western University in Cleveland, OH. May 22, 2001.

Other professional activities.

1. Founder of the Society for the Study of Male Psychology and Physiology, a non-profit research Entity Presently involved in the process of achieving APA divisional status. The eight founding members are:

1. William J. Beausay, Ph.D. 5. Douglas Fricke, Ph.D.

2. Gerald R. Bergman, Ph.D. 6. Marvin L. Kumler, Ph.D.

3. Leslie J. Chamberlin, Ph.D. 7. John F. Newby, Ph.D.

4. Robert B. Early, M.F.A. 8. Adeh K. Tomeh, Ph.D.


The purpose of SSMPP is to promote both the accumulation and dissemination of information regarding the physiology and psychology of the human male. We are presently developing a quarterly professional journal to publish research in the area of male psychology and physiology. See letter from Marvin Kumler, Ph.D. (Psychology Dept., Bowling Green State University), of March 31, 1978. Listed in Encyclopedia of Associations, 1980 education to date.

2. Appointed to the liaison sub-committee on Religion for American Association for Suicidology in June 1979.

3. Asked to testify relative to House Bill 4223 Family Visitation Bill under consideration in the House Corrections Committee and testified October 11, 1979, 8:30, room 420B of the Capitol Building (see letter from Jeffrey Padden, Chairperson House Committee, October 3, 1979.

4. Served as a reviewer for Third International Conference on Creationism held at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. In 1994.

5. Served as a reviewer (1980 to date) for the Creation Research Society Quarterly.

6. Served as a reviewer (1980 to date) for the Fourth International Conference on Creationism.

Service to the College (Bowling Green State University and Other).

1. 1978. Submitted a set of sub-goals for EDFI 402 (Tests and Measurements) in reference to the State of Ohio Committee on Educational Redesign.

2. Substitute Library Representative for EDFI (Bowling Green State University). See letter of September 27, 1974, from Dr. Robert L. Reed, Chair, Dept. EDFI.

3. New courses developed at Bowling Green State University include:

a. Creative Problem Solving which discusses logic, reasoning, creativity, and teaching (in process).

b. Working with and Understanding Gifted Children.

c. Developed and taught an EDFI 580 course titled Seminar on Gifted Children which dealt with the psychology of giftedness, genius and eminence. This course has been taught total of four times. I developed the entire course, including a set of 17 original handouts ranging from 4 to 18 pages.

d. Developed and taught EDFI 580 course titled Curriculum and Gifted Children. I developed this entire course including numerous handouts, curriculum exercises, and units designed to facilitate teaching gifted children in the areas of social studies, spelling, reading, natural and physical sciences, creativity, general writing, literature, English, and other course areas.

4. Researched a booklet published by Bowling Green State University designed to guide and direct education majors in the programs, extra-curricular activities and their general school career (See letter from Professor Jim Hodge).

5. Taught three sections of the Bowling Green State University University Division Seminar, Department earned six student credit hours for the two seminars.

6. Served on Academic Affairs Committee at Northwest Technical College for four years, including two as Chair (1986-1991).

7. 1976-79. Organized the “Friends of the University Library” which was involved in a used book sale (twice each year for the past two years from which we have raised over $5,000.) Wrote, produced and sold a cookbook, and held a bake and flower sale. Fund-raising activities planned include a record sale, a “trash and treasure” sale, the production of a revised version of cookbook, and other activities. The sale enabled the library to obtain items which normally could not be purchased for the Library. Developed a program to solicit membership to the Library in a number of categories, depending upon the amount of money contributed.

8. Elected President of the Friends of the University Library, May 16, 1977.

9. 1977-79. Started the Bibliotheca University interest group, which concerns itself with books including sources, collecting, value, repair and maintenance, different types of books, methods of locating rare books, etc. The main focus is on locating books for research and collectors.

10. 1977-78. Served on the screening committee for hiring the new Director of Campus Security and Safety. Duties include screening all applicants and reference material, and selecting the candidate which seemed to best fit the philosophy that we as a group, decide we want this department to evolve into.

11. 1975-76. Participated in both the 1975 and 1976 Preregistration conference with parents of incoming students. (see letter written on 9-27-76 by Dr. Rothe, Provost).

12. Worked on developing a Saturday morning enrichment program for the gifted. Program offered at Bowling Green State University Main Campus, Firelands, Findlay and other centers.


1. Designed and implemented an experimental adult education program utilizing the multi-media approach to retain high school drop-outs for Pontiac Adult Education. Project Director, Tom Rosenthal. 1976.

2. Researched case record flow for Oakland County Department of Corrections in an effort to develop a more economical record system conducive to probable research requirements based on the uniform parole reports; Oakland County, Michigan.

3. Developed a set of course goals for 402 within Project Interaction concentrating on affective goals Project 419, State Department proposal. Funded by the Department of Education.

4. 1977-1978. In conjunction with the Toledo Mental Health Center in Toledo, Ohio, developed several educational therapy programs including poetry and bibliotherapy program. Also developed an activity involvement checklist consisting of 800 items to assess past activity involvement, activity interest, and to develop future programs. See letter from Ken Miller, director activity therapy unit, Toledo Mental Health Center, Toledo, Ohio.

5. 1978-1979. Worked with the APA Task Force on Suicide, researching the suicide rate among psychiatrists and developing techniques of identification and prevention. (Worked with Dr. Matthew Ross, M.D., and Dr. Fox, M.D., and others). Have published several articles in connection with this work.

6. Completed 217 photographs for a book written by Dr. Rosalind Charlesworth and Deanna Radeloff, titled Experiences in Math for Young Children (Delmar Publishers, 1978).

7. Consulted with Dr. Melvin Curry on his Ph.D. Thesis titled “Jehovah’s Witnesses…The Effects of Millenarianism on the Maintenance of a Religious Sect.” (Ph.D. Thesis, the Florida State University, college of Arts and Sciences. See Acknowledgements.)

8. Consulted with Duane Magnani on his current writing project in Bowling Green, Ohio, on Nov. 7-8, 1981.

9. Reviewed several sections and made extensive comments, for the book Caring and Curing Historical Essays on Health Medicine and the Faith Traditions. Ed. by Dr. Ronald Numbers, New York, Macmillan Free Press, 1985.

10. 1986-1994. Consulted with local industry on chemical waste concerns, toxicity, industrial processing and related, various dates.

11. 1990-1991. Consulted with David Feldman, the author of the best selling “Imponderables:” series Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise and When do Fish Sleep and Other Imponderables for his fourth book to be published by Harper and Roe in the fall of 1990. I consulted primarily in areas of male physiology, biology and behavior.

12. Consulted with Dr. Paul Nathanson of the McGill Center for Medicine, McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on the area of male physiology and psychology. He is presently working on a book called “The Future of Nature, New Reproductive Techniques and the Symbolic Frontier” and a second book “Gender Shock; Human Identity and the Symbolic Frontier” and a third book, “The Masculine Syndrome.”

13. Consulted with Wadsworth Publishing Company, Frank Ruggirello, Senior Editor relative to their development of a general college health textbook. They have expressed interested in my becoming involved in a new area in which they desire to make a major commitment to education. In the next five years, they plan to publish a number of textbooks for the entire undergraduate health education curriculum. I have developed suggestions relative to developing computer program health evaluation courses which students type in data relative to their own situation. This data will be computer analyzed, and students can be given information relative to improvement of their health nutrition habits and related.

14. I have been told that a monograph which I completed several years ago on teaching biological theories of origins for Phi Delta Kappa, the honor society in education, has been one of the most successful monographs in the series.

15. 1990. I was asked to write a short article on what I judged as the most significant research in biology and origins for an Australian general science magazine. This has been completed and sent.

16. Consulted with Allyn and Bacon, specifically Virginia Lanigan, on a biochemistry book that they are presently developing. My role has been to assess the content covered, and suggest improvements relative to specifics. I am also exploring with them and other publishers, the publication of the manuscript which I have developed in the area of biochemistry, although this is at present in the exploratory stages only. There has also been some discussion on my preparing auxiliary materials for the current biochemistry manuscript that this and other companies are developing, such as a lab manual, instructor’s manual, student’s outline, and related.

17. I regularly do science library consulting (my home science library is now listed in the American Library Association Directory of Libraries, 1990 and subsequent editions).

18. Consulted with D.C. Heath and Company on proposals for their non-majors biology development, specifically with Kathi Prancon and Walter Cunningham, in April of 1990.

19. Was asked by well-known social scientist Dr. David Moberg of Marquette University, to chair a symposium on human rights to be presented in the local scientific organization.

20. Consulted with Lytton J. Musselman, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Parasitic Plant Laboratories, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. 1991.

21. Consulted with Barbara Dury and James Jackson, Associate Producer and producer of 60 Minutes respectively relative to programing. The show I consulted on aired on Dec. 27, 1992.

22. Consulted with Bruce Williamson, Editor of Reader’s Digest on an article on the area of males and weight loss, Jan. 25, 1993.

23. Consulted with David Balsiger, Sun International Pictures, Inc., for the CBS Special Ancient Mysteries of the World. Was shown in 1990 and latter dates.

24. I was invited to write a number of sections for a technical physics book by Delmar Publishers, a task which I have now begun working on. I also extensively reviewed and revised a college level physics book for them.

25. Reviewed/consulted with Houghton Mifflin Co., Richard Stratton, Chemistry Editor on a new chemistry book they are publishing. August 1993.

26. Consulted with David W. Balsiger, producer with Good Times Family Entertainment, South Odgen, UT on a CBS Television special (see letter dated May 20, 1994).

28. Consulted with Robin Williams Adams for articles published in Health 1994, specifically, “Men’s Health, Women’s Health; More than the Obvious Difference Effect Medical Treatment, Research,” March 20, 1994, pp. 4 and “Changes Occur More Gradually in Aging Men,” March 20, 1994, pp. 10-11.

29. Consulted/Reviewed for Prentice-Hall an Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (A 1996 College Textbook) by Robert Ouellette for Ben Roberts, Chemistry Editor for Prentice-Hall.

30. Reviewed the college textbook Physical Science, by John Penton, Carl Rotter and Robert Nakon for West Education Publishing, for Lucy Paine Kezar, Developmental Editor.

31. Reviewed the college textbook The Biology of Animals by Cleve Hickman, Larry Roberts and Allan Larson (1997 WCB/McGraw Hill) for Andora Pozolinski, Developmental Editor.

Some of the dates, etc., noted above are approximate, as I have not kept full records of all presentations, etc., although I have records for most of them.

Select Reviews Concerning my Work:

1. “Vestigial Organs” Are Fully Functional (A History and Evaluation of the Vestigial Organ Origins Concept). Reviewed by John R. Meyer in CRS Quarterly, Vol. 28, Mar 1992, p. 169.

2. The Criterion. Reviewed in Associates for Biblical Research Newsletter, Vol. 23, No. 2, Mar-Apr 1992, reviewed in The Discerner, pp. 12-13.

3. Teaching About the Creation Evolution Controversy. Reviewed by Professor John Moore (Prof. of Natural Science, Michigan State University). In CRSQ, Vol. 17, Je, 1980, p. 75.

4. Reviews of Jehovah’s Witnesses and Kindred Groups: A Historical Compendium and Bibliography.

1) ADRIS Newsletter, Vol. 14, No. 4, July-Sept. 1984, p. 89.

2) American Reference Book Annual by James H. Sweetland, 1985, p. 476.

3) Choice by H.T. Hutchinson, Jan. 1985, p. 658.

4) Cornerstone by Eric Pement, Vol. 15, No. 79, n.d.

5) International Social Science Review by Plano D. Bardis, n.d.

6) Religious Studies Review by Bruce David Forbes, Vol. 11, No. 4, Oct. 1985, p. 419.

7) Theology Digest by Charles W. Heiser, Vol. 32, No. 1, Spring, 1985, p. 61.

5. Review of “Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Problem of Mental Health” in Free Minds Journal 12 (6) Nov-Dec, 1993, p. 12.

6. Review of Jehovah Witnesses and the Problem of Mental Illness. in The Discerner 15(1) Jan-Feb-Mar, 1995, pp. 16-17.

7. Review of Jehovah Witness: a Comprehensive and Selectively Annotated Bibliography. InChoice. 37(2):302. October, 1999.

Select Publications that Have Quoted my Work:

Schlossberg, Herbert. 1991. A Fragrance of Oppression; The Church and Its Persecutors. Crossway Books, Wheaton IL, p. 232.

Becker, David R. 1994. “Evolution: A Racist Fairy Tale.” Homiletic & Pastoral Review, October, pp. 7-16.

Southhall, Geneva Handy. 1999. Blind Tom; The Black Pianist-Composer. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press. Quoted on page 161.

D’Este, Carlo. 2002. Eisenhower: A Soldiers Life. Henry Holt: New York. page 33, 34, 58, 416, 710, 714, 722, 819.


PUBLICATIONS for Jerry Bergman, Ph.D.


Books and Monographs 26 Book Manuscript Rev.20

Books and Monographs Cassette Tapes 19

Completed.11 Articles 464

Book Chapters 36 Internet Articles 28

Book Reviews 56 Newspaper Articles__51

Total 711

Books and Monographs Published (listed in order of date published. Some works are a translation and/or a revision of an English edition)

1. Evaluation of an Experimental Program Designed to Reduce Recidivism Among Second Felony Criminal Offenders. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms Publishers, 1976. 886 pp.

2. Watchtower Congregations: Communion or Conflict? Santa Anna, CA: CARIS Press, 1978. 8 pp.

3. Instructor’s Guide: Experiences in Math for Young Children. (Co-authored with Deanna Radeloff and Rosalind Charlesworth). New York. NY: DelMar Publishing Co., 1978. 69 pp.

4. Teaching About Creation/Evolution Controversy. Bloomington, IN, Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundations, October 1979. Published as a fastback. Number 134. 45 pp.

5. Religious Objections to Blood Transfusions: A History and Evaluation. Los Angeles, CA:CARIS Press, 1979. 22 pp.

6. Jehovah’s Witnesses and Blood Transfusion. St. Louis, MO: Personal Freedom Outreach, 1980. 20 pp.

7. Peer Evaluation of University Faculty. College Student Journal Monograph, Vol. 14, No. 3, Part 2, Fall, 1980. Chula Vista, CA. 22 pp.

8. Understanding Educational Measurement and Evaluation. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1981. 304 pp.

9. Jehovah’s Witnesses and Kindred Groups: A Historical Compendium and Bibliography. New York, NY: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1983. 412 pp.

10. The Criterion; Religious Discrimination in America. Richfield, MN: Onesimus Publishing Co., 1984. 116 pp.

11. The Watchtower Cult’s Effect on the Human Mind. Great Britain, International Publications, 1985. 8 pp.

12. The Mental Health of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Clayton, CA: Witness, Inc., 1986. 171 pp.

13. Jehovah’s Witnesses, Vol. I; The Early Writings of J.F. Rutherford. (Ed. and Introduction), New York, NY: Garland Publishing, 1990.

14. Jehovah’s Witnesses, Vol. II; Controversial and Polemical Pamphlets. ( Ed. and Introduction), New York, NY: Garland Publishing, 1990.

15. “Vestigial Organs” Are Fully Functional; A History and Evaluation of the Vestigial Organ Origins Concept. (With George Howe, Ph. D., Forward by David Menton, Ph. D. Washington University School of Medicine; Preface by V. Wright M.D., F.R.C.P., University of Leeds). Terre Haute, IN; Creation Research Society Books, 1990, 97 pp.

16. Zur seelischen Gesundheit von Zeugen Jehovas. Germany: Druck Bielefeld. 80 pp., 1991.

17. A History and Evaluation of Noninvasive Medical Diagnostic Treatment and Research Techniques.” Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, 1992, 498 pp.

18. Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Problem of Mental Illness. Introduction by Dr. Carl Thornton, Professor of Psychology,

General Motors Institute, Flint, MI. Clayton, CA: Witnesses, Inc., 1992, 342 pp.

19. Jehovas Zeugen und das Problem der seelischen. Mnchen: Claudius Verlag, 1994, 84 pp. Translated by Dr. Helmut Lasarcyk.

20. Blood Transfusions: A History and Evaluation of the Religious Biblical and Medical Objections. Introduction by Dr. Robert Finnery. Clayton, CA: Witness Inc., 1994, 208 pp. Cover by David Merrick.

21. Bluttransfusion. Munchen: Claudius Verlag, 1995, 84 pp.

22. I Testimoni Di Geova E La Salute Mentale. Roma: Editzioni Dehoniane 1996 Prefazione by Dr. Maurizo Antonello, Psicologo.

23. Jehovah’s Witnesses A Comprehensive and Selectively Annotated Bibliography. New York: Greenwood Press 1999 352 pp. Volume 48 in the Greenwood Press Series of Bibliographies and Indexes.

24. The Theocratic War Doctrine: Why Jehovah’s Witnesses Lie in Court. Clayton, CA: Witness Inc. 1998, 72 pp.

25. Ward’s Science Lab Safety Manual. Rochester, NY: Ward’s Natural Science Est., Inc. 2002, 75 pp.

26. Evaluation of Optical Radiation in Medical Diagnostics and Treatment. Masters Thesis. Medical College of Ohio, Toledo Ohio. 2004. 78 pp.

Books or Monographs in Press or Completed

1. Homosexuality in the Prisons. (manuscript completed).

2. Junk and More Junk. A children’s book about consumptionism (manuscript completed).

3. The Rights of Children: The Issue of Licensing Parents. (manuscript completed).

4. (With Kevin Wirth). The Creation/Evolution Controversy: A Bibliography Guide from 1939 to the Present. New York, NY: Garland Publishing, Inc. In preparation. Two volumes, c.400 pp. each

5. “Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mental Illness: A Review of the Literature and a Discussion” in The Sociology and History of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Edited by J. M. Penton, PhD.

6. “The Gifted Among the Jehovah’s Witnesses” in The Sociology and History of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Edited by J. M. Penton PhD. Manuscript

7. “Religious Objections to Blood Transfusion” in The Sociology and History of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Edited by J. M. Penton PhD. Manuscript

8. “The History of Modern Religious Objection to the Flag Salute in the Schools” in The Sociology and History of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Edited by J. M. Penton. Manuscript

9. The outline has been approved by the publisher for a book on the psychology of giftedness, and I am now completing the seventh chapter. Extensive notes have been gathered for other chapters. No date is set for the completion of this project. I have used completed units and sections of this book as handouts in my seminars on giftedness.

10. Completed about 70 pages on a book about phobias, which is tentatively entitled, So, What Are YOU Afraid Of? A Dictionary of Phobias. The book is a popular treatment cataloging a large variety of different types of phobias. A large number of case histories which illustrate each typed phobia are utilized. For each type of phobia a discussion of its cause, treatment and ramifications is included. Most of the scientific literature on phobias deals with treatment by conditioning. My work avoids discussing this aspect, as I am concentrating on the classification, variety and lore of phobias. As far as I’m aware, my work is the first attempt to deal with phobias in this way. Most writers such as Rochman, (Phobias, Their Nature and Control) do not attempt to discuss the various general types of phobias, but treat all phobias somewhat alike.

11. I am presently gathering the data for a book about the elderly, tentatively entitled Old Folks in America. The book will be a sociological study of the elderly and will be done in much the same way as Studs Terkel’s Working. I am presently interviewing select elderly persons and have completed about 18 hours of interviews.

Book Chapters

1. A World Without Prisons. Edited by Dr. Calvert Dodge, MA: Lexington Books, 1979. Authored Chapter 11 (pp. 215-236) on research problems called “Some Criticism of the Community Treatment Projects and Other Alternatives Examined,” which is about the problems of doing research in corrections. Another chapter I authored on the community treatment concept will appear in a follow-up volume.

2. “Albert Szent-Gyorgyi’s Theory of Syntropy and Creationism,” in Up With Creation; Edited by Duane Gish and Donald Rohrer, Creation-Life Publishers, 1978, San Diego, CA; Chapter 54, pp. 334-341.

3. “Licensing Parents: A New Age of Child-Rearing?” in Relationships: The Marriage and Family Reader. Edited by Jeffrey Rosenfeld. Scott Foresman & Co., 1982. pp. 290-299.

4. “Does Academic Freedom Apply to Both Secular Humanists and Christians?” In Creation; the Cutting Edge. Edited by Henry Morris and Donald Rohrer. San Diego, CA. Creation-Life Publishers, 1982. pp. 24-32.

5. Vestigial Organs – A Brief Summary of the Latest Research,” Science at the Crossroads: Observation or Speculation?. Richfield, MN: Onesimus Publishing, 1985. pp. 111-115.

6. “Influence of Evolution on Nazi Thought,” Science at the Crossroads: Observation or Speculation?. Richfield, MN: Onesimus Publishing, 1985. pp. 156-160.

7. “Censorship of Creationist Books, Papers and Ideas,” Proceedings of the 11th Bible-Science Association National Conference. Minneapolis, MN: Bible-Science Association, 1985. pp. 32-45.

8. “Discrimination Against Creationists,” Proceedings of the 11th Bible-Science Association National Conference. Minneapolis, MN: Bible-Science Association, 1985. pp. 46-55.

9. “The Problem of Time,” Proceedings of The First International Conference on Creationism. Pittsburgh, PA: Creation Science Fellowship Inc., 1986. pp. 11-18.

10. “Contemporary Religious Discrimination Against Creationists in Academia,” Proceedings of The First International Conference on Creationism. Pittsburgh, PA: Creation Science Fellowship Inc., 1986. pp.147-158.

11. “Jehovah’s Witnesses and Blood Transfusions,” in Jehovah’s Witnesses, Vol. II; Controversial and Polemical Pamphlets, New York, NY: Garland Publishing, 1990, pp. 633.

12. Introduction to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Vol. I. The Early Writings of J.F. Rutherford. New York, NY: Garland Publishing, 1990.

13. Introduction to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Vol. II. Controversial and Polemical Pamphlets. New York, NY: Garland Publishing, 1990, pp. 631.

14. “A Biological Theory of Atavism and Its Influence On Social Policy.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, PA August, 1990, pp. 31-36.

15. “The Fall of the Natural Selection Theory.” Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, PA August, 1990, pp. 37-42.

16. Introduction to Catalogue of English Bible Translations; A Classified Bibliography of Versions and Editions Including Books, Parts, and Old and New Testament Apocrypha and Apocryphal Books, by William J. Chamberlin, Bibliographies and Indexes in Religious Studies, Vol. 21, Greenwood Press, Westport, CT. 1991, (p. xxiiv-xxix), 898 pp.

17. A Unified Approach to Particle Physics: High Energy Physics and Physics and Paley’s Watch. In Proceedings of the 1992 Twin-Cities Conference, Northwestern College, 1992, p. 232-236.

18. Current Status of the Big Bang Theory of Cosmology. In Proceedings of the 1992 Twin-Cities Conference, Northwestern College, 1992, pp. 237-442.

19. Ziemia – wyjatkowa w catym Wszech´swiecie. In Stworzenie Czy Ewolucja? Ed. by Mieczyslaw Pajewski, Ph.D., Wydawnictwo “Duch Czasow”, Bielsko-Biata, 1992, pp. 191-196.

20. “Jehovah’s Witnesses” in The Encyclopedia of New Religions, Cults, and Sects. Ed. by James R. Lewis. New York: Facts-on-File, expect 1996.

21. Chapter 3, “The Adventists and Jehovah’s Witness Branch of Protestantism” America’s Alternative Religions, Albany NY, 1995, pp. 33-46, State University of New York University Press, edited by Professor Timothy Miller, Professor, University of Kansas, 474 pp.

22. “Magnetic Monopoles and Grand Unification Theory.” Chapter 9 in 3rd International Conference, Technical Symposium Sessions, Pittsburgh, PA, 1994 p. 87-93, 646pp.

23. “An update on the Courts, Academic Freedom and Creationists: The Peloza, Johnson and Bishop cases.” In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Creationism Pittsburgh Pa. 1994 p. 95-102, 646pp.

24. Skaebner fra et Usynligt Faengsel. Ed. by Irma Lauridsen, Copenhagen, Denmark: Borgens Forlag, 1994, contributed chapter 27, pp. 286-305.

25. “The Unbridgeable Chasm Between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes.” Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Creationism. Edited by Robert Walsh, 1998, Pittsburgh, PA, p. 67-78.

26. “Why Creation of Life Must be Instantaneous.” In In Six Days; Why 50 Scientists Choose to Believe in Creation. Edited by John Ashton Sydney, 1999, New Holland Publishers, p.14-33. Republished by Master Books: Green Forrest, AR. 2001.

27. “Ota Benga: The Pygmy Put on Display in a Zoo” In One Blood. chapter 11 pp. 131-170. Master Books; Green Forrest, AR. 1999. Spanish translation chapter 10 “Ota Benga: El Pigmeo Puesto en Exhibicion en un Zoologico” pp. 135-170. in Una Sangre: La Respuesta Biblica al Racismo. 2001. Russian translation chapter 10 pp. 119-150. 2001. Printed in Moscow.

28. Awakening of a Jehovah’s Witness by Diane Wilson. Reviewed entire manuscript, completed Preface (pp. 11-12) and the Appendix (283-306). Prometheus Books; Amherst, NY. 2002. 328 pp.

30 “Inherit the Wind. A Lesson in Distorting History”. Chapter 13 in Creation According to the Scriptures. Ed by P. Andrew Sandlin. Chalcedon Vallecito, CA. 2001. pp. 143-156.

31. Completed the entry on Jehovah’s Witness in The Encyclopedia of New York Sate . Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York. 2005. page 815 and 1748. Peter Eisenstadt, editor in chief.

32. “Do Creation and Flood myths Found World Wide Have a Common Origin? Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Creationism. Edited by Robert L. Ivey, 1998, Pittsburgh, PA, p. 517-528.

33. “Use of Standardized Mixtures of Internal Standards in Quantitative RT-PCR to Ensure Quality Control and Develop a Standardized Gene Expression Database” Chapter 14 pp 445-576., in Stephen .A. Bustin (ed.) A-Z of Quantitative PCR. International University Line, La Jolla, CA. 2004. Coauthors: J.C. Willey, E.L. Crawford, C.A. Knight, K.A. Warner, C R. Motten, E. Herness Peters, R.J. Zahorchak, T.G. Graves, DA Weaver, M. Vondracek, and R.C. Grafström.

34. Contributed chapter on Jehovah’s Witnesses in Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America Greenwood Press. 2005. Edited by Michael McClymond.

35. Contributed the Foreward in Bryan Lee McGlothin’s Have You Seen My Mother. Taurleo Publishing, Kenner, LA, 2005, pp. vii-ix.

36. Contributed chapter 16 titled “Historical Evidence for the Biblical Flood” page 290-305 in The Big Argument: Twenty-Four Scholars Explore Why Science, Archaeology and Philosophy Haven’t Disproved God. 2005. Strand Publishers, Sydney, Australia.

Book/Manuscript Consultation/Review for Publishers

1. Consulted on a manuscript by Wollfolk and Nicolich entitled “Educational Psychology for Teachers.” (The manuscript review was completed July 1, 1978) for Robert Sickles, Education Editor for Prentice-Hall.

2. On June 27, 1978, reviewed a manuscript by LeRoy Metze entitled “A Personalistic Approach to Educational Psychology,” published by Prentice-Hall, Robert Sickles, Education Editor for Prentice-Hall.

3. Reviewed a prospectus and sample chapters for a book in the area of gifted education for Wadsworth Publishing Company (reviewed in 1978).

4. Reviewed the second edition of Janice Gibson’s “Psychology for the Classroom,” published by Prentice-Hall in 1979. (Manuscript review on February 27, 1979) for Robert Sickles, Education Editor for Prentice-Hall (see acknowledgement section).

5. Consulted on the writing of a college textbook, Statistics; An Introduction by Robert D. Mason, Douglas A. Lind, and William G. Marshall. Published by Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich, 1982 (see introduction of text and letter of Oct. 11, 1982 from Dr. Douglas Lind of the Univ. of Toledo).

6. Reviewed sections of Biographical Dictionary of American Cult and Sect Leaders by J. Gordon Melton, Garland Publ. Inc., 1986, 354 pp.

7. Reviewed 5th Edition of college textbook Physical Science by Charles A. Payne, William Falls, and Charles Whidden, Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Publishers (see acknowledgement section).

8. Consulted on Engineering Materials, 4th Ed., by Richard A. Flinn and Paul K. Trojan, Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1990.

9. Reviewed Technical Physics, a college level physics textbook, for Delmar Publishers. Carol Barber, Editorial Assistant, May 16, 1991.

10. Reviewed Heat, Light and Sound; A Lab Manual, for Delmar Publishing Company, Carol Barber Editorial Assistant, Aug. 9, 1991.

11. Reviewed a chapter on Religious Sects for L.C. Rudolph, Ph.D., Indiana Univ., Bloomington, IN, 1991.

12. Reviewed Chemistry for Liberal Arts Majors by Navid, and Radel for Houghton Mifflin Co., Karka Paschkis, Ed., 1992.

13. Reviewed Technical Physics by Irving Granet for Delmar Publ. Co., Mary E. Clyne, Editor.

14. Consulted with Rosalind Charlesworth, Author of Math and Science for Young Children, Delmar Pub., 1992, Albany, NW, (I did many of the photographs).

15. Served as a reviewer in biology for the Third Annual International Conference on Creationism held at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA (3 papers reviewed).

16. Served as a reviewer in the area of biology for the Creation Research Society Quarterly (2 papers reviewed).

17. Reviewed an article on knee design, human gait, knee flexion contractor for a scientific journal which reviews the research on the biophysics and construction of human and other knee joints written by a medical doctor who specializes in osteology (5-20-94).

18. Reviewed a proposed college text, Physical Science by Renton, Rotter, and Nakon for West Publishing St. Paul, MN., Kathleen Broderick, Developmental Editor.

19. Reviewed Karen Timberlake Biochemistry, an Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry. Benjamin Cummings. San Francisco, CA. See letter from George Ellis dated June, 22, 2001.

20 Reviewed Integrated Principles of Zoology 11th edition by Cleveland Hickman, Larry Roberts and Allan Larson.


1. 1977-1980. Abstracted eight to twelve articles per month from The Journal of Leisurability and the Journal of Pastoral Care for the American Psychological Association’s publication Psychological Abstracts.

Cassette Tapes

1. Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mental Health. 45 minute tape, Magna Media Incorporated, Irvine, CA, 1978.

2. Physician Suicide. The Center for Information on Suicide, San Diego, CA. 45 minute tape, 1980.

3. Grants. 45 minute tape, BGSU, 1976.

4.Vestigial Organs. 45 minute tape made at Baltimore Creationist Convention of a paper presented on June 5, 1982.

5. Academic Freedom and Evolutionism. Taped at Baltimore Creationist Convention, 1982.

6. Psychology, What Good Is It? 90 minute tape, given for the Spring Arbor College Community of Learners Lecture Series (Oct. 15, 1982).

7. The Nazi Movement and Evolution. 45 minute tape produced by Bible Science Association, Minneapolis MN.

8. Vestigial Organs, Latest Developments. 45 minute tape produced by Bible Science Association, Minneapolis, MN.

9. Contemporary Religious Discrimination. produced by International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, PA. Aug. 8, 1986.

10. The Problem of Time. produced by International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, PA, Aug. 9, 1986

11. The Fall of the Natural Selection Theory. produced by International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, PA, August, 1990.

12. A Biological Theory of Atavism and Its Influence On Social Policy. produced by International Conference on Creationism, Pittsburgh, PA, August, 1990.

13. Jehovah’s Witnesses and Child Custody Cases. produced by Atlanta Coalition Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 1, 1992.

14. Jehovah’s Witnesses Mind Control and Mental Health. produced by Atlanta Coalition Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 1, 1992.

15. Jehovah’s Witnesses, Blood Transfusions, Etc. produced by Atlanta Coalition Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 1, 1992.

16. Design in Particles. produced by Twin-Cities Creation Conference, Roseville, MN, July 29, 1992.

17. Order in the Universe. produced by Twin-Cities Creation Conference, Roseville, MN, July 29, 1992.

18. The Big Bang. produced by Twin-Cities Creation Conference, Roseville, MN, July 29, 1992.

19. “The Legal System and Children.” Available from CAN, 2421 West Pratt Blvd., Chicago, IL 60645 (1 Hr.).

Book Reviews

1. The Third Sex? by Kent Philpott in Journal of Psychology and Theology, 5(2):165-166, 1977.

2. The Good News Bible in The Bible Collector, No. 50, April-June 1977. pp. 2-8.

3. The Creation-Evolution Controversy by Randy Wysong in Origins, 5(2):101-104, 1978.

4. What Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew About Women by Dr. James Dobson in The Bulletin, publication of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, 4(3):39-40, 1978.

5. Perception, Common Sense and Science by James W. Cornman in Creation Research Society Quarterly, 15(1): 74-75, June 1978.

6. A Directory of Religious Bodies in the United States by Gordon J. Melton, Ph. D. in Church History, University of Chicago Press, 47(3):347-348, September 1978.

7. A Directory of Religious Bodies in the United States by Gordon J. Melton in The Discerner, 9(8): 6-8, October-December 1978.

8. Eros Defiled by John White in Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 30(4):185-187, December 1978.

9. Encyclopedia of American Religion by Dr. J. Gordon Melton in The Bulletin; publication of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, 5(4):22-23, 1979.

10. The Creation Evolution Controversy by Randy Wysong in Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 31(3):167-168, September 1979.

11. Mom and Me by Debbie Oakley and Helen Ortega in The Discerner, 9(12):9-11, 1979.

12. Teaching About the Creation/Evolution Controversy by Jerry Bergman in Midwest Popular Culture Association Newsletter, 4(2):5-6, March 1980.

13. Satan’s Power: A Deviant Psychotherapy Cult by William Sims Bainbridge in Review of Religious Research 22(1): 92-93, September 1980.

14. Encyclopedia of American Religions by Gordon J. Melton, Ph. D. in Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 33(1):49-50, March 1981.

15. The Picture Bible for All Ages., Vol. I. Creation Script by Iva Hoth, Illustrations by Andre LeBlanc The Bible Collector, 18(2):6-7, 1982. Issue No 70.

16. The Unfathomed Mind by William Corless in The Creation Research Society Quarterly 19(3):193-195, December 1982.

17. Crisis of Conscience by Raymond Franz, in The Discerner, 11(8):4-7 October-December 1984.

18. Betrayers of Truth: Fraud and Deceit in the Halls of Science by William Broad and Nicholas Wade, in Creation Research Society Quarterly, 21(2):89-91, September 1984. Revised and reprinted in Resena de Traidores a la Verdad: Fraude y Engano en los salones de la Ciencia. por William Broad y Nicholas Wade. Genesis, 1(2): Primavera 1994.

19. Modern Creationism by Henry M. Morris, published in Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 37(3):187-188, Sept. 1985.

20. Apocalypse Delayed; The Story of Jehovah’s Witnesses by James Penton in The Discerner, 12(1(:9-12. Jan-Mar 1986.

21. In the Beginning – Science Faces God in the Book of Genesis by Isaac Asimov in the Creation Research Society Quarterly, 22(4):199-200, March 1986.

22. Apocalypse Delayed: The Story of Jehovah’s Witnesses, by M. James Penton in Sociological Analysis, 49(2):194, Summer 1988.

23. The State and Salvation; Jehovah’s Witnesses and Their Fight for Civil Rights, by William Kaplan, in Journal of Church and State, 32(2):424-425, Spring 1990.

24. State and Salvation: Jehovah’s Witnesses and Their Fight for Civil Rights, by William Kaplan, Toronto; University of Toronto Press, 1989, in The Christian Quest, 3(1):104-110, Spring 1990.

25. Charles Darwin’s Religious Views; From Creationist to Evolutionist, by David Herbert, in Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 27, March 1991.

26. The Rise and Fall of Civilization: from Creation Through the Flood, by David Hocking in Journal of American Scientific Affiliation, 43(3):202-203, Sept. 8, 1991.

27. Religious Postures: Essays on Modern Christian Apologists and Religious Problems, by G.A. Wells, in Journal of American Scientific Affiliation, 43(2):138-139, June 1991.

28. Dictionary of Science and Creationism, by Ronald L. Ecker, CRSQ, 28(4):172-174, March 1992.

29. The Creationists, The Evolution of Scientific Creationism, by Ron Numbers, CRSQ, 29(4);204-206, March 1993.

30. The Social Context of Scientific Creationism by Christopher Paul Toumey, CRSQ, 30(4):226. Mar. 1994.

31. Bones of Contention; Controversies in the Search for Human Origins by Roger Lewin. 1995. Simon and Schuster, New York, 348 pp., CRSQ, 31(2):93-94. September, 1994.

32. Technoply The Surrender of Culture to Technology by Neil Postman. 1992. Alfred A. Knoph, New York, 222 pp., in CRSQ, 31(4):249-250 March, 1995.

33. God’s Own Scientists; Creationists in A Secular World by Christopher P. Toumey. 1994. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ, 289 pp., in CRSQ, Vol. 32(2):115-116 Sept. 1995.

34. Systematic Theology: An Introduction of the New Testament by Wayne Gruden in CRSQ, 32(2):78. Sept., 1995.

35. Powerhouse Christian Tape and Book Series in CRSQ, 32(2):.87 Sept., 1995.

36. Extinction, Bad Genes or Bad Luck by David M. Ramp CRSQ 32(3):180-181. Dec., 1995.

37. Armed with the Constitution: Jehovah’s Witnesses in Alabama and the U.S. Supreme Court 1939-1946. by Merlin Owen Newton In Journal of Church and State Aug. 1995 37 (4): 919-921.

38. Who are the Creationists? Review of The Creationists by R.L Numbers Origins 21(2):85-90 1994.

40. Darwinism, Science or Philosophy? Ed. by Jon Buell and Virginia Hearn CRSQ 32(4):240-242. Mar. 1996.

41. Blood on the Alter: Confessions of a Converted Jehovah’s Witness Minister. The American Rationalists 42 (1):19, May-June 1997.

42. Alternative Science: Challenging the Myths of the Scientific Establishment. by Richard Milton CRSQ 34 (1):44-45. June, 1997.

43. Is Religion Good for Your Health? by Harold G. Koenig, New York Haworth Pastoral Press 1997 in Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 1998 10 (1/2): 189-190.

44. Blood Crimes. by Fred Rosen, Kensington Pub. 1996 in The Investigator July 1998 61:39-43.

45. Shattering the Myths of Darwinism by Richard Milton in CRSQ 35(3):171-172, Dec 1998.

46. Worlds Apart, The Unholy War Between Religion and Science by Karl Giberson in CRSQ 36(1):29-30, June 1999.

47. The Design Inference by William Demski in CRSQ 36(4):182-183, March 2000.

48. Ota Benga; The Pygmy in the Zoo by Phillips Verner in CRSQ 37(1):46, June 2000.

49. What’s Darwin Got to Do With it by Robert Newman and John Wiester CRSQ 37(4):254, March. 2001

50. Creation Science Made Easy by Elizabeth and Robert Ridlon in CRSQ 38(1):51, June 2001

51. Climbing Mount Improbable by Richard Dawkins in CRSQ 38(1):50-51, June 2001.

52. Impeaching Mere Creationism by Philip Frymire in CRSQ, 38(2):66-67, September, 2001.

53. Awakening of a Jehovah’s Witness by Diane Wilson. Prometheus Books; Amherst, NY. 2002. In Morgan Hill Times March, 22, 2002. Section D page 7.

54. “Presenting Both Sides of the Story” Review of Where Darwin Meets the Bible by Larry Witham. 2002. Oxford University Press. TJ, 17(3):22-24, 2003.

55. “Conflicts of Anthropology. Review of Ancestral Passions: The Leaky Family and the Quest for Humankind’s Beginnings” by Virginia Morell. Simon and Schuster 1995. TJ, 17(3):26-27, 2003.

56. “Paley: Still Relevant” Journal of Creation. 2006. 20(1):28-30.

Selected Articles: (Note: Some are in popular journals or national newsletters. Listed according to publication date).

1. “The Advantages of Reading.” Ohio Reading Teacher 10(1):4-5, 1976.

2. “In Defense of Psychology.” The New Creation Magazine 36(1):18-22, January 1976.

3. “Systematic Descriptions (Toward Unlocking the Contents of a Book).” Journal of Scholarly Publishing 7(4): 373-374, July 1976.

4. “Rendezvous with the Beautiful Brute.” Chrysler 300 News 3(3):18-20, Fall 1976.

5. “The Process of Labeling.” Megiddo Message 64(1:11-12), January 1977.

6. “Discipline or Punishment?” The New Creation 37(1): 7-9, 26-28, January 1977.

7. “The Pessimistic Sect’s Influence on the Mental Health of its Members.” Social Compass 24(1):135-147, 1977.

8. “Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mental Illness.” Christian Apologetics: Research and Information Service Newsletter (CARIS) 1(2):2-5, Feb/Mar 1977.

9. “An Interesting Analogy in Gifted Education: The Physical Education Program at Equality High.” Illustration of the inequality discrimination against the gifted. Quarterly Journal for the North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented 3(2):33-36, Spring 1977.

10. “The Difficulty of Being Different.” The Crucible Apr-May 1977. pp. 31-36.

11. “Evaluation of an Experimental Program Designed to Reduce Recidivism Among Second Felony Criminal Offenders.” Crime and Delinquency Literature Vol. 8, No. 4, December, 1976 (S18063). pp. 454-455. Reprinted in Dissertation Abstracts International 22(6): 7337-A, May 1977.

12. “The Attitude of College Students in Teacher Training Programs Toward the Teaching of Evolution and Creation.” Journal of North American Creation Movement 22(6):1-3, June 1977.

13. “The Suicide Rate Among Psychiatrists Revisited: A Thorough Review of Several Common Misconception.” Published in The Proceedings of the Tenth Annual American Association of Suicidology Meeting Boston, MA, 1977. pp. 19-24. Pamela Cantor, Ph.D., Editor.

14. “A New Tool Designed to Develop Positive Attitudes Towards Reading.” Journal of Reading Improvement 14(2):70-73, Summer 1977.

15. “Reducing Reading Frustration by an Innovative Technique for Vocabulary Growth.” in Journal of Reading Improvement 14(3):168-171, Fall 1977.

16. “The Last Multiple Choice Test.” The Crucible August-September 1977. pp. 41-47.

17. “A Mathematical Demonstration.” Christian Courier 13(4):14, August 1977.

18. “Evaluation in the World of Man: A Guide to Evaluating Reading Material.” Vision, Journal of the National Educators Fellowship 23(1):18-24, Aug-Sept 1977.

19. “Disciplina o punizione?” La Nuova Creazione Settembre-Ottobre, 1977, Anno VII, No. 9-10. pp. 18-24.

20. “The Perception of Those Who are Not Healed Toward Those Who are Healed.” Published in the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion October 27-30, 1977. pp. 55-56, Peggy Sagen, Ed.

21. “Albert Szent-Gyorgyi’s Theory of Syntropy and Creationism.” Impact No. 54, December 1977. pp. 1-4.

22. ” The Christian’s Requirement.” The New Creation 38(3):29-30, March 1978.

23. “A New Organization of the Study of Male Psychology.” American Suicidology Association Newslink 4(2):3,5, May-Aug 1978.

24. “The Psychological Dilemma of Faith Healing.” The Restoration Herald 52(7):3-5, July 1978.

25. Above Reprinted in Showers of Blessing Whole No. 693, September 1978. pp. 13-15.

26. “The Law of Cause: An Examination of the Need for Causal Factors.” Creation Research Society Quarterly Vol. 15, No. 1, June 1978. pp. 40-46.

27. “Education as Therapy.” New Directions in Teaching Vol. 6, No.2, Summer 1978. pp. 39-45.

28. “Creationism-Arguments From the Creation.” The New Creation Vol. 38, No. 7, July 1978. pp. 6-11.

29. “Charles Estes and the Story of the ‘Better Version of the New Testament.'” The Bible Collector 55:3-4, Jul-Sept 1978.

30. “What Can a Parent Do? Raising Children in a Difficult Age.” The New Creation 38(8):21-26, August 1978.

31. “Energy Levels: A Key to Identifying and Facilitating the Development of Creativity in Young Children.” O-KENE Occasional Publication, Vol. 11, No. 1, September 1978. pp. 16-19.

32. “C.A.T. – Cross Age Tutoring: Is It the Answer?” American Secondary Education 8(3):52-58, September 1978.

33. “Standardized Book Guides: An Innovative Idea in Unlocking the Contents of a Book.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication Vol. 8, No. 1, Winter 1978. pp. 29-33.

34. “The Axiomatic Method as Applied Toward the Development of a Science of Education.” Journal of Instructional Psychology Vol. 5, No. 1, Winter 1978. pp. 43-53.

35. “Licensing Parents: A New Age in Child-Rearing?” The Futurist Vol. 12, No. 6, December 1978. pp. 363-368.

36. “Helping the Habitually Late Student.” Independent School Vol. 38, No. 2, December 1978. pp. 45-46.

37. “A New Organization for the Study of Male Behavior.” American Psychological Association Monitor Vol. IX, No. 12, December 1978. pp. 11.

38. “A Reply – ‘Defense of the Creationist Position on Evolution.'” NSSA Newsletter (National Science Supervisors Association) Vol. 14, No.3, 1978-1979. pp. 8-9.

39. “A Biologist Asks a Question.” Vision: The Journal of the National Educators Fellowship Vol. 24, No. 5, January 1979. pp. 13-14.

40. “A New Organization for the Study of Male Behavior.” Christian Association for Psychological Studies-Western Region Newsletter (CAPS-WEST) Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1979. p. 7.

41. “The Life of One Raised as One of Jehovah’s Witnesses.” Christian Apologetics: Research and Information Service Newsletter (CARIS) Vol. 3, No. 1, 1979. pp. 8-9.

42. “Adolescent Suicide (Warning Signals for Teachers and What Can Be Done).” Christian Teacher Vol. 16, No. 1, Jan-Feb 1979. pp. 8-9, 19.

43. “Creation or Evolution – Does It Matter?” Megiddo Message Vol. 66, No. 2, Feb 1979. pp. 17-19.

44. “Now Let’s Hear it for the Men.” American Scientific Affiliation Newsletter Vol. XXI, Feb-Mar 1979. p.7.

45. “Group to Study Male Behavior.” AWP Newsletter (Association for Women in Psychology) Feb-Mar 1979. p.3.

46. “Children Should Help, Too.” The New Creation Vol. 39, No. 3, March 1979. pp. 17-19.

47. “Syntropy and Entropy.” Ministry Vol. 52, No. 3, March 1979. pp. 22-24.

48. “Group Investigates Male Behavior.” Guidepost (counseling newsletter) Vol. 21, No. 13, March 1979. p. 2.

49. “The Term Ms.: Does it Impede or Facilitate Communication?” Abstract published in Communication, Language, and Sex Bowling Green State University, May 1979. p. 8.

50. “Witnesses to a New Area of Book Collecting.” Book Collector’s Market Vol. 4, No. 3, May-June 1979. pp. 1, 5-9.

51. “The Attitude of University Students Toward the Teaching of Creation and Evolution in the Schools.” Origins Vol. 6, No. 2, 1979. pp. 55, 60-70.

52. “Il Requisitio del Cristiano.” La Nuova Creazione Anno IX, No. 7, Luglio 1979. pp. 11-15.

53. “Creazionismo, Argomento in Favore Della Creazione.” La Nuova Creazione 9(8):8-13, Agosto 1979.

54. “Energy Levels, An Important Factor in Identifying and Facilitating Giftedness in the Young Child.” The Creative Child and Adult Quarterly Vol. 4, No. 3, Autumn 1979. pp. 181-188.

55. “The Tragic Story of Two Highly Gifted-Genius Level Boys.” The Creative Child and Adult Quarterly Vol. 4, No. 4, Winter 1979. pp. 222-233.

56. “The Suicide Rate Among Psychiatrists Revisited: A Review.” Suicidology and Life Threatening Behavior (Journal of the American Association of Suicidology) Vol. 9, No. 4, Winter 1979. pp. 219-226.

57. “Should Schools Teach Values.” Vision: Journal of the National Educators Fellowship 25(2):6, 12, October 1979. .

58. “The Sickness of Nationalism.” The Churchman Vol. 193, No. 7, October 1979. p. 14.

59. “A Biologist Asks a Question.” (Revised revision), Bible Science Newsletter 17(11):1, 7, October 1979..

60. “Do We Have Academic Freedom In Our Schools Today?” Vision: Journal of National Educators Fellowship Vol. 25, No. 3, November 1979. pp. 11-12.

61. “Darwin and the Theory of Evolution (Sexual Selection).” The New Creation 39(11): 5-8, November 1979.

62. “The Cruel World of Work.” The Grass Roots Forum Vol. 7, No. 2, December 1979. pp. 12-13.

63. “The Effectiveness of Peer Ratings at the University Level.” Journal of Teaching and Learning 4(3):34-47, December 1979.

64. “The Natural World: Struggle of the Strongest or Balance of All – Both Strong and Weak.” Creation Research Society Quarterly Vol. 16, No. 3, December 1979. pp. 174-175.

65. “The Rate of Suicide Among Psychiatrists. Why Not Lower?” Psychology: A Quarterly Journal of Human Behavior Vol. 16, No. 4, Winter 1979/1980. pp. 7-20.

66. “Thinking Independently: A Goal for All Students?” Vision: Journal of the National Educators Fellowship Vol. 25, No. 5, January 1980. pp. 8-9.

67. “The Establishment of a Heliocentric View of the Universe.” Bulletin of the Tychonian Society No. 27, January-February 1980. pp. 6-17.

68. “Public Opinions Regarding Creation and Evolution.” Origins Vol. 7, No. 1, 1980. pp. 42-44.

69. “Helping Those Who Drop Out, Act Out, Opt Out.” School and Community (co-authored with Leslie Chamberlin). Vol. LXVI, No. 6, February 1980. pp. 26-28, 46.

70. “Does Academic Freedom Apply to Both Secular Humanists and Christians?” Impact February 1980 (No. 80), pp. i-viii.

71. “Jehovah’s Witnesses and Blood Transfusions.” The Journal of Pastoral Practice Vol. 4, No. 2, 1980. pp. 67-85.

72. “Uso di metodi biblici nel trattare problemi emotive.” La Nuova Creazione Anno X, No. 3, Marzo 1980. p. 11-13.

73. “Are You An Active Listener?: Steps in Improving Verbal Communication.” Vision: Journal of the National Educators Fellowship Vol. 25, No. 7, March 1980. p. 4.

74. “Creative Writing (Teaching Ideas for the Gifted Elementary or Secondary School Student).” G/C/T (Journal of Gifted, Creative, and Talented) Whole No. 12, March/April 1980. pp. 9-10.

75. “Counterpoint – A Balanced View.” The Humanist in Canada Vol. XII, No. 1, Spring 1980. pp. 46, 48.

76. “The Earth in Space.” The New Creation Vol. 40, No. 4, April 1980. pp. 8-9.

77. “Helping Teachers Grow – A Principal’s Guide.” American Secondary Education 10(1):27-33, April 1980.

78. “Whence Life?” The Restoration Herald Vol. 54, No. 5, May 1980. p. 5

79. “L’origine della vita.” La Nuova Creazione Anno X, No. 5, Maggio 1980. pp. 3-5.

80. “Un Nuovo Giorno.” La Nuova Creazione Anno X, No. 6, Giugno 1980. p. 11.

81. “Licensing Parents – Reply to a Rebuttal.” The Journal of the CSPCC (Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) Vol. 3, No. 4, Summer 1980. pp. 12-14.

82. “Ageism in Today’s Society and Schools.” Contemporary Education Vol. 51, no. 4, Summer 1980. pp. 197-201.

83. “Il Fare Doni.” La Nuova Creazione Anno X, No. 6, Giugno 1980. pp. 8-11.

84. “Da dove viene la vita? Dio oppure il caso?” La Nuova Creazione Anno I, No. 7, Luglio 1980. pp. 13-14.

85. “What Should Man Think of Himself?” Twentieth Century Watch Vol. 1, No. 1, May/June 1980. pp. 21-33.

86. “The Earth In Space.” Megiddo Message Vol. 67, No. 6, June 1980. pp. 2, 11.

87. “Closed Minds.” Ministry Vol. 53, No. 7, July 1980. pp. 22-23.

88. “Scriptural Guide to a Happy Marriage.” Bible Advocate Vol. 114, No. 8, August 1980. pp. 22-24.

89. “Guida Biblica ad un Felice Matrimonio.” La Nuova Creazione Anno 10, No. 8, August 1980. pp. 17-22.

90. Above reprinted in The New Creation, Vol. 40, No. 9, September 1980. pp. 3-6 and Vol. 40, No. 10 pp. 4-8.

91. “L’uguaglianza la Via Del Cristiane.” La Nuova Creazione Anno X, No. 9, Settembre 1980. pp. 8-10.

92. “The Reward System for Giftedness, Based on Skill or Serendipity.” Art Education 9(4):22-27, Fall 1980.

93. “The Psychology of Belief and the Difficulty of Knowing.” Humanist in Canada Vol. 13, No. 2, Autumn 1980. Whole No. 54, pp. 37-39.

94. “Una Filosofia Della Vita.” La Nuova Creazione Anno X, No. 10, Ottobre 1980. pp. 12-14.

95. “The Eighteen Most Important Teaching Techniques.” Clearing House Vol. 54, No. 2, October 1980. pp. 75-79.

96. “No More Closet Christians: Teachers have Academic Freedom.” Active Christians In Education Vol. 5, No. 2, October 1980. pp. 2-3.

97. “Infant’s Rights: The Issue of Licensing Parents.” Journal of the Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (CSPCC). Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter 1980. pp. 28-31.

98. “Why Johnny and Jenni Can’t Spell.” Journal of Educational Communication 4(3):12-17, November 1980.

99. “La Terra Nello spazio” La Nuova Creazione Anno X, No. 11, Novembre 1980. pp. 13-14.

100. “La via del mondo la violenza La via di Dio l’amore” La Nuova Creazione, 10(12):13-14, Dicembre 1980.

101. “The Unsolved Hoax.” The Restoration Herald, Vol. 14, No. 11, December 1980. pp. 11.

102. “Garbage!.” Western and Eastern Treasures, Vol. 14, No. 12, December 1980. pp. 24-27.

103. “Vestigial Organs and Evolution.” Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 1980 Annual Meeting of the ASA, Chicago, Illinois, 1980. pp. 1-2.

104. “Creation vs. Evolution Argument is a Battle About Academic Freedom.” Conservative Digest, 7(1):34-37, January 1981.

105. “The Physical Education Program at Equality High.” G/C/T (Journal of Gifted, Creative, and Talented), No. 16, January-February 1981. pp. 40-42.

106. “The Problem of Sexist Language.” Authorship, No. 213, January-February 1981. pp. 6, 8.

107. “Counseling Skills for Teachers.” Lutheran Education, Vol. 116, No. 3, January-February 1981. pp. 148-156.

108. “The Missing Link.” Megiddo Message, Vol. 68, No. 2, February 1981. pp. 10-11.

109. “Where Did Life Come From.” Megiddo Message, Vol. 68, No. 3, March 1981. pp. 10-11.

110. “Is Language An Exclusive Ability of Man?” Creation Research Society Quarterly, 17(4): 214-216, 226, March 1981.

111. “Mutations – Evolutions Friend or Foe?” The Restoration Herald, Vol. 55, No. 3, March 1981. pp. 3, 9 (43, 49).

112. “The Importance of Motivation in Success.” Christian Single Living, Vol. I, No. 2, March-April 1981. pp. 7-8.

113. “Innovative Ways for Teaching Spelling for the Gifted.” G/C/T (Journal of Gifted, Creative and Talented), No. 17, March/April 1981.

114. “The Importance of Love; A Requirement of Christians.” The New Creation, Vol. 42, No. 4, April 1981. pp. 3-6.

115. “The Psychology of Collecting.” Western and Eastern Treasures Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 4, April 1981. pp. 68-69. Part II Vol. 15, No. 5, May 1981. pp. 58-59.

116. “Aggression: Shall I let it out or control it?” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 33(2):87-93, June 1981.

117. “Let Us Throw the Term Common sense Out of Our Vocabulary.” College Press Review, 19(4):66-68, Summer 1981.

118. “The Genetic Basis of Homosexuality.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 33(3):153-157, September 1981.

119. “Love – the First Requirement of a Christian.” The Bible Advocate, Vol. 115, No. 9, September 1981. pp. 15-18.

120. “There is Nothing New Under the Sun.” Creation Social Science and Humanities Quarterly, 4(1):15-16, Fall 1981.

121. “Twenty Suggestions for Teaching the Gifted.” G/C/T (Journal of Gifted, Creative and Talented), September-October 1981. pp. 34-35.

122. “What is Bethel?” The Bible Examiner, 1(4):12-13 October 1981.

123. “The Establishment of a Heliocentric View of the Universe.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, Vol. 33, No. 4, December 1981. pp. 225-230.

124. “Do Fossil Records in the Rocks Prove Evolution?” Megiddo Message, 68(11):16-19, 24, December 1981.

125. “The Mystery of Creativity Revealed.” (With Leslie Chamberlin) The High School Journal, Vol. 65, No. 4, January 1982. pp. 112-119.

126. “The World’s Way – Aggression versus God’s Way – Love.” The New Creation, 43(1):12-13, January 1982.

127. “The Evolution Theory: An Examination.” Megiddo Message, January 1982. pp. 20-22.

128. “The Relationship Between Religious Belief and Homicide.” The American Rationalist, January/February 1982. pp. 70.

129. “Repetitive Behaviors; How Teachers Can Reduce Them or Alter Them.” Educator Press, 3(1):6, February 1982.

130. “Growth: Learning From Experience.” Joint Endeavor, Vol. 7, No. 1, Feb/Mar 1982. pp. 21-22.

131. “The Influence of Pornography on Sexual Development; Three Case Histories.” Journal of Family Therapy, 9(3): 263-270 1982.

132. “Educationally Functional Architectural Innovations.” Educator Press, 2():5 April 1982.

133. “Joint Custody; a Guide for Counselors.” Cognica; the Journal of the Canadian Guidance and Counseling Association, 23(9-10) May-June 1982.

134. “The Impact of Evolution on Criminal Theory.” Ex Nihilo, 5(1):28-29, June, 1982.

135. “Reprinted in Societe Canadienne D’ Orientation Et De Consultation, 23(9-10):3-5, Mai et Juin 1982. in French as “La Garde Conjointe Un Guide Pour Les Consillers.”

136. “Reality: Real or Conventional?” Creation Research Society Quarterly, 19(1):67-68, 35, 39. June 1982.

137. “Keeping the Laws.” The Mennonites, 97(15):340-342 July 20, 1982.

138. “The King in Fairland and the Tenure System.” Educator Press, 2(10):2 September 1982.

139. “The Dilemma of Guilt and Religion.” Bible Advocate, 116(9):4-6 September 1982.

140. “What Is Religion?” Creation Social Sciences and Humanities Quarterly, 5(1):10-12 Fall 1982.

141. “Was Man First?” Moody Monthly, 83(2):125-126 October 1982.

142. “Social Problems; The Garbage Can Approach.” Joint Endeavor, 7(5): 34-36 Nov 1982.

143. “What Is Normal?” The Guidance Clinic, 15(4):13-16 December 1982 (co-authored with Leslie Chamberlain).

144. “The Seahorse.” Ex Nihilo, Vol. 5, No. 3, January 1983. p. 10.

145. “Christian Teachers as Counselors.” Christian Educators Journal, 21(2): 8-12 January 1983.

146. ‘Things Sometimes Happen That Way.” The Parma News, January 6, 1983. p. 7.

147. “The Scientist.” Liberty, 78(1):7-10 Jan-Feb 1983.

148. “Using Bible Principles to Treat Emotional Problems.” The New Creation, 44(3):23-26 March 1983.

149. “Where are the Missing Links?” Focus on Truth, 6(12):1-4 August 27, 1983.

150. Above reprinted in The Sabbath Sentinel, February 1984. pp. 12-13.


151. “What Is Science?” Creation Research Society Quarterly, 20(1):39-42 June 1983.

152. “The Origin of Creation Myths.” Creation Social Science and Humanities Quarterly, 6(2):10-14 Winter 1983.

153. “A Case of Censorship.” Bible Science Newsletter, Vol. 21, No. 12, December 1983. p. 6.

154. “Was Einstein a Creationist?” Bible Science Newsletter, Vol. 22, No. 2, Feb. 1984. pp. 1, 11.

155. “Organizations – A Modern Day Development.” The Bible’s View, 1st Quarter, 1984. pp. 5-14.

156. “Watchtowers: Past and Present.” Comments From the Friends, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 1984. p. 2.

157. “Mankind–The Pinnacle of God’s Creation.” Impact, No. 133, July 1984. pp. I-IV.

158. “Vacations–Are They Worth It?” Bible Advocate, Vol. 118, No. 7-8, July-August 1984. pp. 14-15.

159. “The Laws of the Universe.” The New Creation, Vol. 45, No. 9, 10, September-October 1984. pp. 24-27.

160. “Who Invented it First?” Ex Nihilo, 7( 2):16-17 Oct.,1984.

161. “Single Theory Myopia.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 36(4):237-241 Dec. 1984.

162. Reprinted in Midnight Cry, Vol. 46, No. 1, January 1985. pp. 6-7.

163. “La Lagge del Universo.” La Nuova Creazione, Vol. 15, no. 2, February 1985. pp. 19-21.

164. “Sociology of Bystander Apathy.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 37(1):31-39, March 1985.

165. “Discrimination in Academia.” Caucus on Underemployment in Sociology Newsletter, April 1985. pp. 6-7.

166. “Recent Turmoil of the Watchtower Society in Russia.” The Discerner, Vol. 11, No. 10, April-June 1985. pp. 13-15.

167. “Where Did Life Come From?” The New Creation, May-June 1985. pp. 7-8.

168. “The Earth: Unique in All the Universe.” Impact, No. 4, June 1985. (Revised and reprinted as “The Earth in Space.” In The New Creation. Jl-Aug 1995 Vol. 56 No. 7-8, p. 13-14, 22.

169. “Ohio Library Surveys.” Bible-Science Newsletter, Vol. 23, No. 6, June 1985. p. 13.

170. “Uno Dei Primi Doveri Del Cristiano.” La Nuova Creazione, Anno 15, no. 7, Luglio 1985. pp. 15-19.

171. “Creationists In the Classroom: Endangered Species.” Vision: Christian Educators’ Association International Journal, Vol. 30, No. 6, Aug-Sept 1985. pp. 3-4.

172. “A Philosophy of Life.” Foundation Commentator, Vol. 12, No. 7, Sept. 1985. p. 7.

173. “The Apostle Paul’s Marital Status.” Foundation for Biblical Research Exposition, Sept. 1985. pp. 1-5.

174. “Let Us Bid Farewell to Common sense and Hello to Lucid Communication.” Journal of Educational Public Relations, 8(3): 22-24, Fall 1985.

175. “A Piece of Humble Pie: A Plea for Tolerance.” Contrast, Vol. 4, No. 5, Sept-Oct 1985. pp. 2-3.

176. “Mankind: The Pinnacle of God’s Creation.” Christians in Education, Vol. II, No. 1, Winter 1985. pp. 4-6.

177. “Musical Idiot Savants.” Music Educators’ Journal, Vol. 72, No. 5, Jan 1986. pp. 37-40. (with Wallace DePue)

178. “The Incompetence Ploy Rears its Ugly Head as a Justification for Religious Discrimination.” Contrast, 5(2):1, 2, 4, March-April 1986.

179. “Discrimination Against Creationists Is Becoming More Insidious.” Midnight Cry News Digest, 3(1): 5-6, March 15, 1986.

180. “The Influence of Evolution on Nazi Race Programs.” Creation, Social Science and Humanities Quarterly, 8(3):24-31, Spring 1986.

181. “A Brief History of the Failure of American Corrections.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 37(1):27-37, March 1986.

182. “Recommendation of Books on Creationism and Evolution for Public Libraries.” Bible Science Newsletter, 24(4) May 1986.

183. “UFOs and Belief in Evolution.” Creation Ex Nihilo, 8(3):16-19, June 1986. Pt. II, 8(4):21-24, Sept. 1986.

184. “Problemy naukowego ewolucjonizmu Dar zycia.” Duch Czasow, Rok XX Luty 1986. pp 16-23.

185. “Common Creationist, Evolution Positions Outlined.” The New Creation, May-June 1986.

186. “The Sociology of Community.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 38(4):251-257, Dec. 1986.

187. “Man,” The New England Correspondent. Vol. IV, No. 1, 1986. pp.21

188. “Books on Creation and Evolution.” The Alliance Witness. Vol 121 No. 14 July 16 1986 p. 21

189. “The Persecution of Creationists Educators.” The New England Correspondent. Vol. 38, No. 1 Dec. 1986. pp.15-17

190. “Indoctrination by Our Public Schools.” Creation Social Science and Humanities Quarterly. 9(2):12-16 Winter 1986.

191. “The Sociology of Religious Organizations.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation. 9(2):94-104 June 1987.

192. “Computers in Law.” Futurific. 11(4):26 April 1987.

193. “RX = Computers & MDS.” Futurific. 11(3):25-27 March 1987.

194. “Contemporary Censorship of Creation Thought.” Contrast. 6(3):1-4 May-June 1987.

195. “Helping Teachers Grow: A Principal’s Guide” Texas Secondary Education Research Journal, No. 334, Fall 1986-1987.

196. Religious Objections to The Flag Salute. The Flag Bulletin ; The Official Journal of the International Vexillological Association. 4(14):178-195 July- Aug. 1987.

197. “Censorship of Creationism.” Creation Ex Nihilo. 9(4):23-26 Sept-Nov 1987.

198. “Materia ed energia e loro origine” in La Muova Creazione, Anno XVIII N. 4, Aprile, 1988.

199. “Feathers; An Evolutionary Enigma” in Creation Ex Nihilo. 10(3):17-19 June-August, 1988.

200. “My Response to the First Set of Omnipresent Innuendoes,” Bible-Science Newsletter, 26(6):1,2,5,6,13, June 1988.

201. “Indoctrination by Our Public Schools,” Bible-Science Newsletter, Vol. 26, No. 8, August 1988, pp. 1,2,5.

202. “Evolution and the Development of Nazi Race Policy,” Contrast: The Creation/Evolution Controversy, 7(6):1-4, Nov-Dec, 1988.

203. “Cracking the Great Egg Mystery! Why Do Birds Lay Eggs Instead of Giving Birth to Live Young?” Creation Ex Nihilo. 11(3):17-18 June-Aug., 1989.

204. “Censorship in Academia; The Case of Richard H. Bube.” Contrast. 9(3):1-2 May-June 1990.

205. “State of California Orders ICR Graduate School Closed!” Bible-Science Newsletter. 28(6):1-19 June 1990.

206. “America, Hater of Christianity; Russia, Friend of Christianity?” Bible-Science Newsletter. Nov 1990, p. 5-6.

207. “Using Tests to Help Students Learn.” OATYC Journal, 16(1):11-14, Fall 1990.

208. “General Semantics and Evolution.” Christian Social Science and Humanities Quarterly. 8(2):16-20 Winter 1990.

209. “Can Natural Selection Produce Complex Organs? The Problem of Organ Development.” CEN Tech. J. 5(1):48-52 1991.

210. “ Mammals Present Some Milky Problems.” Creation Ex Nihilo, March-May 1991, p. 39.

211. (With David A. Warriner) “The Entire Bible Teaches Special Creation.” Bible-Science Newsletter. 29(7-8):1-3 July-Aug 1991.

212. Les Conse`quences de l` e`ducation “Te`main de Je`hovah,” Informez Vous, Juillet 1991, pp. 3-19.

213. “Zur Seelischen Gesundheit von Zeugen Jehovas.” Brucke zu Menchen Heft 107/108:17-21 1991.

214. “A Brief History of the Eugenics Movement.” CEN Tech. J. 5(2) 1991. Reprinted in Investigator, 72:24-49, May 2000.

215. “The Influence of Evolution on Science Fiction.” CSSH Quarterly, XIV(2) Winter 1991.

216. “The History and Evaluation of Noninvasive Medical Diagnostic Treatment and Research Technique.” in Research Abstracts International, Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms, Vol. 17, Issue 3, 1991.

217. “Is There Any Such Thing as a Higher Creature?” Creation Ex Nihilo, Vol. 14, No. 2, Mar-May 1992, p. 10-11.

218. “Level of Chemical Determines Danger.” The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, March 29, 1992, p. 5C.

219. “Die Psyche der Zeugen Jehovas.” Physhologie Heute, Feb. 1992, p. 12-13 (abstracted from my writings).

220. “De geestelijke gezondheid van Jehova-getuigen.” Psychologie, April 1992, p. 6 (abstracted from my writings).

221. “The Biological Theory of Atavism: A History and Evaluation.” CRS Quarterly, Vol. 29, June 1992, p. 33-44. Reprinted in Investigator Jan 1992 No.46 p.24-54.

222. “Eugenics and the Development of Nazi Race Policy.” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith. Vol. 44, No. 2, June 1992, p. 109-123. Reprinted in The Investigator September 2001. pp. 24-57.

223. “The Life of Dr. Arnold D. Ehlert, Founder of the International Society of Bible Collectors.” Bible Collectors’ World, Vol. 8, No. 2, Apr-June, 1992, p. 6-8.

224. “A Unified Approach to Particle Physics: High Energy Physics and Paley’s Watch.” Proceedings of the 1992 Twin-Cities Conference, Roseville, MN, July 29, to Aug. 1, 1992, p. 232-236.

225. “The Current Status of the Big Bang Theory of Cosmology.” Proceedings of the 1992 Twin-Cities Conference, Roseville, MN, July 29, to Aug. 1, 1992, p. 237-242.

226. “Belief in a Creator Politically Incorrect.” Bible-Science News, 1992, Vol. 30, No. 7, p. 6-7.

227. “Some Biological Problems of Natural Selection Theory.” CRSQ, Vol. 29, No. 3, Dec. 1992, p. 146-158.

228. “The Origin of Matter and Energy.” Dialogue, Vol. 19, No. 4, Winter 1992, pp, 4-5.

229. “Teaching of Hate: The Influence of Biological Evolution on Modern Literature.” Cen Tech. Journal, 6 (2):185-193, 1992.

230. “Historia E Avaliacao Da Teoria Biologica Do Ativismo.” Folha Criacionista, Numero 47-Detembro De 1992-Ano 21, pp. 31-63. Brasilia, Brazil.

231. “Eugenia E O Desenvolvimento Da Politica Racial Nazista.” Folha Criacionista, Numero 48-Marco De 1993-Ano 22, pp. 7-34. Brasilia, Brazil.

232. “Censorship in Secular Science; The Mims Case.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, Vol. 45, No. 1, 4 pp., March, 1993, p. 37-43.

233. “A Brief History of the Modern Creation Movement.” Contra Mundum, No. 7, Spring, 1993, p. 36-47. Revised version printed in Investigator January 2002. No 82 pp. 24-49.

234. “A Teaching Technique That Works–The Teaching Pretest” OATYC Journal (Association of Two-Year Colleges), Vol. 18, No. 2, Spring 1993, pp. 28-33.

235. “Prayer Bans May Actually Promote Intolerance.” Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, May 13, 1993, p. 9A.

236. “The History of Hesperopithecus, Haroldcookii Hominidae.” CRSQ, Vol. 30, No. 1, June, 1993, p. 27-34. Reprinted in Investigator, March 1995, No. 41 p. 16-36.

237. “The Problem of Extinction and Natural Selection.” CRSQ, Vol. 30, No. 2, Sept., 1993, pp. 93-106.

238. “The Miracle of Tears.” Creation Ex Nihilo, Sept-Nov., Vol. 15, No. 4, 1993, pp. 16-18.

239. “Science and Fairness.” Contra Mundum, Winter, 1993, No. 6, pp. 73-75.

240. “Biological Evolution and Modern Literature.” CSSHS, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1993, pp. 22-26.

241. “Ota Benga: The Story of the Pygmy On Display in a Zoo!” CRSQ, Vol. 30, No. 3, Dec., 1993, pp. 140-149.

242. “Ota Benga: The Story of the Pygmy On Display in a Zoo!” Ex Nihlio, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1993, pp. 48-50 (summary of the above article).

243. “Demography Research of Ancient Civilizations.” CEN Tech Journal, Vol. 7(2), 1993, pp. 140-150.

244. “Evolution and the Origins of the Biological Race Theory.” CEN Tech Journal, Vol. 7(2), 1993, pp. 155-168. Reprinted in Investigator. Jan 1997 No. 52 p. 26-58

245. “Teaching Evolution Through Science Fiction.” CEN Tech Journal, Vol. 7(2), 1993, pp. 172-180. (Reprinted in Investigator, 67:30-49 July 1999.)

246. “Censorship in Academia: The Professor Richard H. Bube Case.” Contra Mundum, Fall, No. 9, 1993, pp. 42-44.

247. “Panspermia–The Theory That Life Came From Outer Space.” CEN. Tech. Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1993, pp. 82-87. (reprinted in the Investigator, No. 39, November 1994, pp. 12-24.)

248. “A Brief History of the Theory of Spontaneous Generation. CEN Tech. Journal, 7(1):73-81 1993. (Reprinted in The Investigator, July, 1994, Vol. 37, pp. 8-27.)

249. “Creation and Creation Myths.” CRS Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 4, Mar, 1994, pp. 205-212.

250. “Darwin’s Teaching of Women’s Inferiority.” Impact, March 1994, No. 249, pp. 1-4.

251. “Genetic Function of Introns as a Means of Reducing Copying Errors.” Ohio Journal of Science, 94(2): 25 1994.

252. “Theocratic War Strategy; Why Witnesses Lie in Court.” Free Minds Journal, Vol. 13, No. 2, Mar/Ap, 1994, pp. 1-5.

253. “Arno A. Penzias, Astrophysicist, Nobel Laureate.” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, 46(3):183-187 Sept 1994.

254. “Seria A Linguagem Exclusiva Dos Seres Humanos.” Folha Criacionista, Numero 27-Novembro-1992-Ano 11, pp. 17-26. Sao Carlos, Brazil.

255. “How Much Did the Ancients Know of the Heavens?” Cen Tech Journal, 8(1):24-25, 1994.

256. “Do Witness Psychologists Turn In Their Patients?” Free Minds Journal, 13(4):10-11, 1994.

257. “What Behavior is Normal? Chalcedon Report, 350:13-16 Sept 1994.

258. “The Abuse of Modern Science and Origins.” Contra Mundum, No. 12, Summer 1994:20-31.

259. “Scientists’ War Against Theism.” Facts & Faith, Fall, 8(3):6-7:1994. Reprinted in Christ to the World, 62(6):446-449, Nov-Dec 1997.

260. “Thousands Go To Their Deaths Each Year.” Free Minds Journal, 13(5):9-10, 1994.

261. “The Wisdom of Saving Wisdom Teeth.” CRSQ, Sept., 31:74-77, 1994.

262. “The Human Mind and Language.” CRSQ, Sept., 31:91, 1994.

263. “The Guppies and the Nematode; Selling Evolution to the Masses.” Creation, 17(1):22-23, Dec.1994-Feb. 1995.

264. “Prayer in the Schools.” Bible Advocate, Dec., 128(11):14-16, 1994.

265. “The Creation Account–The Evidence From What is Not There.” CRSQ, Dec., 31(3):174-181, 1994.

266. “The Professor Dean Kenyon Case.” CRSQ, Dec., 31(3):186-189, 1994.

267. “The Law of Cause and Cosmology.” CEN Tech. J, 8(2)238-245, 1994.

268. “Ota Benga; The Story of an African Pygmy on Display in an American Zoo.” Destiny Magazine, 5(1):24-25 Dec. 19 1994.

269. “Breve Historia Da Teoria Da Geracao Espontanea.” Folha Criacionista, March, 50(23):7-16, 1994.

270. “A Review of Exobiogenesis Theories.” CRSQ, 31(4):204-213 March 1995.

271. “The Watchtower, Quack Science and Homicide.” JW Research, Winter, 2(1):3-6, 1995.

272. “Una Iniziativa.” Cogito. No. 10: 6-11, 1995.

273. “A Critical Review of Four Classic Arguments for Evolution.” Watchmaker 2(4):19-23 April 1995.

274. “Skapelsetroende forskare-avskedad på grund av sin tro.” Genesis, No. 1, 1995, p. 12-15.

275. “Divorce and Delinquency: Part One.” Bible Advocate, 129(7) Jl-Aug., 1995. Part Two, 129(8):4-6, 17 Sept., 1995.

276. “Creationism and the Problem of Homosexual Behavior.” Cen Tech J, 9(1), 1995, pp. 121-130.

277. God, Chance, or Human Factors? The American Rationalist. Sept-Oct 1995 40(3) p. 36-37.

278. “The Acceptance of Evolution and A Belief in Life on Other Planets” CRSQ, 32(2) Sept., 1995 pp. 71-77.

279. “The Fruitless Search for the Missing Link.” Watchmaker, 2(7)1-10 Jl-Aug 1995. (Reprinted in Investigator. July 1996 No. 49 p. 36-43.)

280. “Wernher Von Braun: The Father of Modern Space Flight; A Christian and a Creationist.” CRSQ, 32(1) June, 1995. Reprinted in Investigator May 2004. No 96. pp. 36-46.

281. “The Dodo Bird…An Example of Survival of the Fittest.” Creation. 17(4), Sept-Nov 1995 p. 42-44.

282. “The Fine-Tuned Watch Revealed in the Delicate Balance of the Earth’s Forces.” CRSQ, 33(2): 80-88 Sept. 1995.

283. “The Fruitless Search for the Missing Link.” The Ark Today. 10(4-5):30-31 Oct-Dec. 1995.

284. “Mutations and Evolution.” Cen. Tech. J 9(2):267-275 1995.

285. “Why Did God Create Poisons and Toxins?” CRSQ, Dec., 1995. 32 (3) 126-130.

286. “Homosapiens; The masterpiece of the master craftsman” BSN 33 (9): December 1995. p.1-6

287. “Nineteenth Century Darwinism and the Tasmanian Genocide.” CRSQ, March 1995. 32(4):190-196

288. “Watchtower Threatens” Free Minds Journal 14 (5) November-December 1995. p. 8-11.

289. “Jehovah’s Witnesses, Blacks and Discrimination” JW Research Journal. 2(3-4):5-11 Sum-Fall 1995.

290. “Problems with the Peer Instruction Approach” Chalcedon Report. January 1996. No. 366 p16-17

291. “The Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Experience in the Nazi Concentration Camps; A History of Their Conflicts with the Nazi State” Journal of Church and State. Winter 1996 38 (1): 87-113

292. Do Homosexual Persons Really Exist? Salt and Light. Winter 1996 p. 5-6.

293. “Jehovah’s Witnesses: A Brief History of a Century of Religious-State Conflicts.” J.W. Research Journal 3(1):18-28 1996.

294. “Why Jehovah’s Witness Leave the Watchtower.” J.W. Research Journal 3(1): 29-32 1996

295. “Dealing with Jehovah’s Witness Custody Cases” Creighton Law Review. 1996 29(4):1483-1516.

296. “Reading Bumps and Faces: Phrenology and Physiognomy; A History of the Watchtower’s Experience” J.W. Research Journal 3 (2) Spring 1996 p. 26-28.

297. “Religious Beliefs of Scientists: A Survey of the Research.” Free Inquiry 16(3):41-46 Sum. 1996

298. “A History of Evolutions Teaching of Women’s Inferiority” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith. 48(3):164-178 Sept 1996.

299. “Dyslexia.” MENSA Bulletin. May 1996 p. 8-9 No. 396

300. “Why Jehovah’s Witnesses have a High Mental Illness Level.” Christian Research Journal. Sum 1996 19(1):36-41

301. “Advances in Integrating Cosmology: The Case of Cometesimals” Cen Tec J. 10 (2) 202-210 1996.

302. “Homosexuelles Verhalten and Weltanschauung” Faktum Februar 1996 p.16-24.

303. “The Long War Against the Creator and Those Who Believe in Him.” Salt and Light. Spring 1996 p.1, 5-7.

304. “Why Jehovah’s Witnesses Have Mental Problems.” JW Research Journal. 3 (3): 6-17 Sum. 1996.

305. “Censorship of Information on Origins.” Cen Tec J. 10 (3): 405-414 1996.

306. “PC at BGSU” The Ohio Scholar Fall 1996. No. 9 p. 1,3.

307. “The Enigma of Sex and Evolution” CRSQ 33(3):217-223 1996.

308. “Qta Benga; A Historia De Um Pigmeu Em Exposicao Num Zoologico.” Folha Criaciontista. Vol. 54: 44-57. 1996.

309. “Aluminum: Satan’s Metal and Killer of Millions? The Watchtowers Incredible Crusade Against Aluminum.” JW Research Journal. 3(4):9-25 Fall 1996.

310. “Fyra Klassika Argument for Evolution” Genesis. 4:28-30 1996.

311. “Cell Cycle Control and Paley’s Watch” Cen Tech J. 11(1): 82-92 1997.

312. “Use of the Internet to Compare Select Gene Sequences of Various Living Organisms” Partnership for the Advancement of Chemical Technology. Final Project Abstracts for 1997 p.5.

313. “The Watchtower’s Half-Century Crusade Against the Germ Theory.” JW Research Journal. 4 (1): 17-26 Winter 1997.

314. “The Final Test.” The American Rationalists. 41(6):89-90 March-Apr 1997.

315. “The Modern Religious Objection to Mandatory Flag Salute in America; A History and Evaluation.” Journal of Church and State. 39(2):215-236 Spring 1997.

316. “Molecular Biology and Gene Cloning: Thinking The Thoughts of God.” Cen Tech J. 11(2):212-220 1997.

317. “How Genes Manufacture Plants and Animals.” Cen Tech J. 11(2):202-211 1997.

318. “Does the Record of the Rocks Support Evolution? Watchmaker. Jan-March 1997 4(1):12-22.

319. “A Challenge to a Classic Example of the Survival of the Fittest Doctrine.” CRSQ. 34 (1):48-55 1997.

320. “A History of the Watchtower’s Opposition to Organic Evolution” JW Research Journal. Spring 1997 4 (2): 3-13.

321. “O Darwinismo Do Seculo XIX Genocido Da Tasmania” Folha Criacionista. No. 56 Marco De 1997 Ano 26 p. 21-34.

322. “Growing up in the Religion of Hate.” JW Research Journal. Sum 4 (3):10-20, 1997.

323. “Understanding Poisons from a Creationists Perspective.” Cen Tech J. 11 (3):353-360 1997.

324. Homo Sapiens: “A Obra Mestra Do Artifice Mestre.” Folha Criacinista. 26 (57): 11-18, Sept 1997.

325. “Religion and Crime.” The American Rationalist. 42 (4): 71-72, Nov-Dec 1997.

326. “Does Comparative Anatomy Prove Evolutionary Naturalism.” Watchmaker. 4 (4): 8-13, Oct-Dec 1997.

327. “Unraveling DNA’s Design” Personal Update 7(12):14-17. Also reprinted on Koinonia House website (

328. “The Jehovah’s Witness Upbringing of President Eisenhower.” Kansas History : A Journal of the Central Plains. 21 (3): 148-167, Autumn 1998.

329. “The Galileo Affair Continues; Hunting Heretics Today.” Contra Mundum. Vol. 15, p. 33-39, 1998.

330. “Diet, Health and Evolution.” CRSQ. 34 (4): 209-217, March 1998.

331. “The Critically Important Plants Called Mosses.” CRSQ. 35 (1): 27-30, June 1998.

332. “The King of Fairland.” The American Rationalists. 42 (6): 105, Mar-Apr 1998.

333. “Bridging the Artificial Dichotomy Between the Putative ‘Physical’ and ‘Metaphysical’ Realities”. CRSQ. 35 (2): 84-92, Sept. 1998.

334. “A Brief Review of the Many American Watchtower Offshoots.” JW Research Journal. 5(1):3-12, 1998.

335. “The Schisms Continue: Foreign Offshoots of the Watchtower.” JW Research Journal. 5(1):13-17, 1998.

336. “The Transitional Form Problem.” CRSQ. 35(3):134-147, Dec 1998.

337. and Ming You M.D. Ph.D. “Models of Lung Cancer Chemoprevention.” Hematology/Oncology Clinics of North America. 12 (5): 1037-1049, Oct. 1998.

338. “Are Wisdom Teeth (third molars) Vestiges of Human Evolution?” Cen Tech Journal. 12(3):297-304, 1998.

339. “O Mecanismo de Adjuste fino Revelado No Delicado Equilibro Das Forcas Que Atuam Sobre A Terra” Folha Criacionista. 28 (59): 20-32, Sept 1998.

340. “Religion and Medicine: The Case of Christian Science.” The American Rationalists. 43 (5): 3-6, Jan-Feb 1999.

341. “The Putative Evolution of the Animal Eukaryotic Cell Ultrastructure.” CRSQ. 35(4):222-233, March 1999.

342. “The Watchtower’s Nazis Conflicts; A History of Watchtower Cowardliness and Witness Perseverance.” J.W. Research Journal. 6(1):3-21, Jan-June 1999.

343. “Factors Involved in Determining the Validity of a Worldview.” Investigator. 64(1):48-52, Jan 1999.

344. “Then God said, let the Earth bring forth the … creeping thing …” Creation Illustrated. 6(1):28-25, Spring 1999.

345. “Did Ida Eisenhower Die a Jehovah’s Witness?” Kansas History. 22(1):90-92, Spring 1999 (Response to letters about article in Kansas History above).

346. “ATP: The Perfect Energy Currency for the Cell.” CRSQ. 36(1):2-9, June 1999.

347. “Did God Make Pathogenic Viruses?” Cen Tec Journal. 13(1):115-125, 1999.

348. “Why President Eisenhower hid his Jehovah’s Witnesses Upbringing.” J.W. Research Journal. 6(2):3-21, July-Dec 1999. German edition “Warum Prasident Eisenhower seine Erziehung als Zeugen Jehovas Verbarg” Erfahrungen von Zeugen Jehovas in der Wachtturmgesellschsft Vol 19:1-29, 2000.

349. “Darwinism and the Nazi Race Holocaust.” CenTech J. 13(2):101-111, 1999.

350. “The Attitude of Various Populations Towards Teaching Creation and Evolution in Public Schools.” Cen Tec J. 13(2):118-123, 1999.

351. “The Piltdown Hoax’s Influence on Evolution’s Acceptance.” CRSQ. 36(3):145-154, 1999.

352. “Oto Benga: The Pygmy put on Display in a Zoo.” Cen Tec J. 14(1):81-90, 2000. (revised article of original)

353. “The History of the Teaching of Female Inferiority in Darwinism.” Cen Tec J. 14(1):117-126, 2000.

354. “Is the Inverted Human Eye a Poor Design?” Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation. 52(1):18-30, March 2000.

355. “Why Abiogenesis is Impossible.” CRSQ. 36(4):195-207, March 2000. Reprinted in Creation in the Crossfire. July 2000 p. 2-3 and August 2000 p. 2-3.

356. “Jehovah’s Witnesses and Community.” JW Research Journal. 7(1):3-14, Jan 2000.

357. “Do any Vestigial Structures Exist in Humans?” CenTech J. 14(2):95-98, 2000.

358. “The Rise and Fall of Haeckel’s Biogenic Law.” CRSQ. 37(2):110-122, Sept 2000.

359. “The Life Clock and Paley’s Watch: The Telomeres.” CRSQ. 37(3):176-183, Dec. 2000.

360. and J. Liu, P. Gu, G. Kelloff, C. Boone, M. You, Y. Wang. “Detection of Genetic Alterations in Mouse Lung Adenocarcinomas by Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis.” Experimental Lung Research, 26(8):651-658, Dec. 2000.

361. “A Short History of the Religious and Secular Intolerance in Medicine. Indian Skeptic. 13(4):36-43. August 2000.

362. “Is the Orthodox History of Eugenics True?” Investigator. 77:12-18, March 2001.

363. “Darwin’s Influence on Ruthless Laissez Fair Capitalism.” Impact. 333:1-4, March 2001.

364. “The Effect of Darwinism on Morality and Christianity.” Impact, 336:1-4, June 2001.

365. “Does Homology Provide Evidence of Evolutionary Naturalism?” T.J. Technical Journal 15(1):26-33, 2001.

366. “The Darwinian Foundation of Communism.” T.J. Technical Journal 15(1):89-95, 2001.

367. “Evolutionary Naturalism: An Ancient Idea.” T.J. Technical Journal 15(2):77-80, 2001.

368. “Is the Human Male Nipple Vestigial.” T.J. Technical Journal. 15(2):38-41, 2001.

369. “Why Dawkins’ Weasel Demonstrates Mutations Cannot Produce a New Functional Gene.” T.J. Technical Journal. 15(2): 69-76, 2001.

370. and Lin Lin, Yian Wang, Gary J. Kelloff, Ronald A. Lubet, and Ming You. “Detection of Differentially Expressed Genes in Mouse Lung Adenocarcinomas.” Experimental Lung Research. 27:217-229, 2001.

371. “’Creative Science’ A Responce to John Williams.” Investigator July, 2001 No. 79. pp. 14-16.

372. “A Influenceia Fraude De Piltdown Sobre A Aceilacao de Evoluucao.” Folha Criacinista. No 63-64. pp. 30-43, March, 2001.

373. “Influential Darwinists Supported the Nazi Holocaust.” CRSQ 38(1):31-39, June, 2001.

374. “Two New Translations of Genesis: Are They Accurate?” Bible Editions & Versions, 2(1):4-6, Jan. – March, 2001.

375. “Homosexuality, Disease, and Creationism.” CRSQ, 38(2):68-74, September, 2001.

376. “Back Problems:How Darwinism Mislead Researchers.” T.J. Technical Journal 15(2):89-95, 2001.

377. “L’effet du darwinisme sur la moralité et le christianisme.” Création Québec. 7(3):1-5 , October, 4, 2001.

378. “The Molecular Biology of Genetic Transposition.” CRSQ, 38(3):139-150, December, 2001

379. “Interlinear and Parallel Versions of the New Testament” Bible Editions and Versions. 2(4):13-15. October-December 2001

380. “Religion and Medicine: The Christian Science Holocaust.” The New England Journal of Skepticism. 4(4):10-14. Fall 2001.

381. “Mad Cow Disease and the Enormous Complexity of Protein Folding.” Creation Matters. 6(6):1-4. November-December. 2001.

382. “The Design of Tears: An Example of Irreducable Complexity.” T.J. Technical Journal 16(1):86-89, 2002.

383. “The Giraffe’s Neck: Another Icon of Evolution Falls.” T.J. Technical Journal 16(1):120-127, 2002.

384. “Textbook Tyranny; How Science is Stifled by Authoritarianism” Creation 24(2):56. March-May 2002.

385. “Religion and Medicine: The Christian Science Holocaust.” Humanist in Canada Spring 2002. No 140 pp. 12-17.

386. “Why Mutations are Lethal to Darwinism.” CRSQ, 38(4):181-189, March, 2002

387. “The Influence of Religion on President Eisenhower’s Upbringing” Journal of American and Comparative Culture. 32(4):89-107. Spring 2002.

388. “The Case of Christian Science”. Epworth Review. 29(2):46-53. April 2002.

389. “Does the Bible Condone Slavery?” Investigator May, 2002 No. 84. pp. 24-26.

390. “Darwinism as a Factor in the Twentieth-Century Totalitarianism Holocausts.” CRSQ, 39(1):47-53, June, 2002.

391. “The History of the Human Female Inferiority Ideas in Evolutionary BiologyRivista di Biologia/ Biology Forum. 95(2):379-412. Sept-Dec. 2002.

392. “A History of the Modern Creation Movement and the Continuing Modern Cultural Wars.” Journal of American Culture. 26(2):243-262. June, 2003.

393. “Particle Physics and Paley’s Watch” (with Don DeYoung, Ph.D.)CRSQ, 39(2):73-79, Sept, 2002.

394. “Darwin’s Critical Influence on the Ruthless Extremes of Capitalism” T.J. Technical Journal 16(2):105-109, 2002.

395. “ The Evolution of Plants: A Major Problem for Darwinism.”T.J. Technical Journal 16(2):118-127, 2002.

396. “Darwin’s ape-men and the Exploitation of Deformed Humans.” T.J. Technical Journal 16(3):116-122, 2002.

397. “Lying in Court and Religion: An Analysis of the Theocratic Warfare Doctrine of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.” Cultic Studies Review: An Internet Journal of Research, News and Opinion, 1(2):1-31, 2002. German translation “Lügen vor Gericht und Religion: Eine Analyse der Lehre der Zeugen Jehovas von der ,,theokratischen Kriegsführung.”

398. “ J.W. Socioeconomic Status Review; A Major Demographic Study of American Jehovah’s Witnesses.” Investigator September 2002 No. 86. pp. 36-39.

399. “Does the Acquisition of Antibiotic resistance Provide Evidence for Macroevolution?” T.J. Technical Journal 17(3):89-95, 2003.

400. “Mosses: Critically important for Life on Earth and Important Evidence Against Darwinism” T.J. Technical Journal 176(3):89-95, 2003.

401. “Did Darwin Plagiarize his Evolution Theory?” T.J. Technical Journal 16(3):58-63, 2002

402. “Darwin’s Cousin Sir Francis Galton (1822-1911) and the Eugenics Movement” CRSQ, 39(3):169-176, Dec, 2002.

403. “Vandals Destroy Books on Jehovah’s Witnesses” Investigator November 2002 No. 87. pp. 9, 53.

404. “Does virus resistance Provide Evidence for Darwinism?” Creation Matters. 7(6):1-4. November-December. 2002. Polish translation: “Osiagniecie odpornosci przez wirusy nie stanowi swiadectwa na rzecz makroewolucji.” Na Poczatku, 11(7-8):242-247.

405. “The Evolution of Feathers: a Major Problem for Darwinism.” TJ 17(1):33-41, 2003.

406. “Does the Acquisition of Antibiotic and Pesticide Resistance Provide Evidence for Evolution?” TJ 17(1):26-32, 2003.

407. “The Galileo Myth and the Facts of History” CRSQ, 39(4):226-235, March, 2003. French translation: “L’affaire Galilée et les données Historiques” Samizdat. 13 pages. Dec., 2002.

408. “The Acquisition of Virus Resistance Does Not Provide Evidence for Macroevolution” Creation Matters. 7(5):1,7-8. October / November / December, 2002.

409. “The ‘Baby Doctor,’ Benjamin Spock, on Darwin and Morality” Impact Number 356 February 2003 pp. 1-4.

410. “Varieties of Trinitarian and Non-trinitarian Beliefs”. Investigator March 2003 No. 89. pp. 46-49.

411. ”Walter Gerald Bergman and the Freedom Ride: Brutal Violence gets the Blessing of the Government”. The Reporter. Gadsden, Alabama. Part I April, 2003. pp.20, 23 and part II May 2003 pp. 20, 23.

412. “The Exploition of Non-Westerners for Evolutionary Evidence”. CRSQ, 40(3):175-181, Dec, 2003.

413. “The Ancon Sheep: Just another Loss Mutation” T.J. Technical Journal 17(1):18-19, 2003.

414. “Does the Modern Pattern of Extinction Fit the Darwinism Prediction?” Creation Matters. May-June 2003. 8(3):1-4.

415. “A ‘New and Weightier’ Proof of Evolution” Creation Matters. May-June 2003. 8(3):4-6.

416. “From Atheism to Theism”. Investigator July 2003 No. 91. pp. 12-18.

417. “The Century-and-a-half Failure in the Quest for the Source of New Genetic Information.” T.J. Technical Journal 17(2):19-25, 2003.

418. “Dr. Mortimer Adler’s Life-Long ‘Crusade Against Evolution’”T.J. Technical Journal 17(2):80-82, 2003.

419. “Consequences of An Atheistic Worldview.” T.J. Technical Journal 17(2):47-48, 2003.

420. “Intelligent Design and Evaluating SETI Data” Creation Matters. July-Aug. 2003. 8(4):1, 8-9.

421. “Selective Value of Genetic Variation in Humans.” Creation Matters. Sept.-Oct 2003. 8(5):1,6-7.

422. “Why the ‘Poor Design’ Argument Against Intelligent Design is Unsound.” TJ, 17(3):113-118, 2003.

423 “A History of the Piltdown Hoax.” Rivista di Biologia/ Biology Forum. 96(3):457-484. Jan-Feb. 2003.

424. “Was Charles Darwin Psychotic?” Impact Number 367 January 2004 pp. 1-4.

425. “Is Darwinism Central to Science Education?” Creation Matters.Nov.-Dec. 2003. 8(6):1, 4-5.

426. “Why Mammal Hair is an Evolutionary Enigma” CRSQ, 40(4):240-243, March, 2004.

427. “The Unbridgable Chasm Between Microevolution and Macroevolution.” CRSQ, 41(1):60-68 , June, 2004.

428. “The Great Galileo Myth”. Investigator March 2004 No. 95. pp. 36-47.

429. “Scientism in Science Textbooks” Creation MattersMay-June. 2004. 9(3):1-4.

430. “Pesticide Resistance in Insects: Bad News for Macroevolution Theory” Creation Science Dialogue. 2004. 31(1):4-5.

431. “Darwinism and the Teaching of Racism in Biology Textbooks”. T.J. Technical Journal 18(1):65-70, 2004.

432. “Should the Development of Third Molars be Prevented Early in Life?” T.J. Technical Journal 18(1):13-14, 2004.

433. “Human Embryonic Gills and Gill Slits- Down but not Out.” T.J. Technical Journal 18(1):71-75, 2004.

434. Problems in Sexual Selection Theory and Neo-Darwinism” T.J. Technical Journal 18(1):112-119, 2004.

435. “A History of the Watchtower Society’s Bible Publishing.” Bible Editions and Versions. 2(4):10-15. April-June 2004

436. “The Story of Two Professors.” Impact June 2004. No 372 pp 1-4.

437. “Is Egg Laying by Birds Evidence of Bird Evolution? The Flight of a Fragil Theory Now Fallen” Creation Matters. March-April 2004. pp1, 5.

438. “Why the Miller-Urey Research Argues against Abiogenesis.” T.J. Technical Journal 18(2):28-36, 2004.

439. “Insect Evolution: A Major Problem for Darwinism.” T.J. Technical Journal 18(2):91-97, 2004.

440. “Injustice in a Watchtower Pedophilia Case” Investigator September 2004 No. 98. pp. 47-49.

441. “A Misrepresentation by Jim Foley: A Correction” CRSQ, 41(2):172-174 , Sept., 2004.

442. “Hayden Covington: Attorney and Watchtower Society Vice President.” Investigator November, 2004 No. 99. pp. 37- 45.

443. ““Bristande Design” Som Argument Mot Intelligent Design är Ohållbart.” Genesis, November, pp. 18-24, 2004.

444. “Basic Positions on Origins.” Creation Matters, 9(6):1,3-4, Nov/Dec, 2004.

445. “Darwinian Criminality Theory: A Tragic Chapter in History” Rivista di Biologia/ Biology Forum. 98(1):47-70. 2005.

446. “Darwinowskie polstawy komunizmu.” Na Poczatku ROK 12, 9-10(185-186):360, wrzesien-pazdziernik, 2004.

447. “Jehovah’s Witnesses: The Number of Books. A Study of the Number of Books in Academic Libraries Under the Subject Heading Jehovah’s Witnesses.” Investigator, 100:16-18, January 2005.

448. “Darwin’s Passion for Hunting and Killing” Impact 383. May, 2005. pp i-iv.

449. “Are ‘defective’ Knee Joints Evidence for Darwinism?” T.J. Technical Journal 19(1):107-112. 2005.

450. “Will Other State Follow Ohio’s Example?” Creation Matters. March-April 2005. 10(2):5-7.


451. “The Mutational Repair System: A Major Problem for Macroevolution.” CRSQ. March, 2005. 41(4):265-273.

452. “The Evolution of Teeth: A Major Problem for NeoDarwinism.” CRSQ. June 2005. 42(1):20-28.

453. “Ancon Sheep: A Now Disproven Example of Microevolution.” Rivista di Biologia/ Biology Forum. 98(4):381-394. 2005 August-December.

454. “Can Organs Produce New Organs or Structures?” T.J. Technical Journal 19(2):76-82. 2005.

455. Research on the Deterioration of the Genome and Darwinism. published in the abstracts for the 60th Annual Meeting of The American Scientific Affiliation. Messiah College, Grantham, PA August 8, 2005. page 6.

456. “Is The Backwards Human Retina Evidence of Poor Design?” Impact. 388:1-4, October, 2005.

457. “The History of the Dodo Bird and the Cause of Its Extinction” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, 57(3:221-229. September 2005.

458. “What are Creationism and Evolutionism? The Problem of Definitions” Creation Matters, 10(4):1-4, July-August, 2005.

458. “Dawinism and the Deterioration of the Genome.” CRSQ. September 2005. 42(2):104-114.

459. Is Theistic Evolution the Answer to the Creation-Evolution Controversy?Impact. 392:1-4, March, 2006.

460. Theistic Evolution and the Creation-Evolution Controversy. Impact #393. March 2006.

461. “Controversy in Paleoanthropology” Creation Matters. January-February 2006. 11(1):1,3-5.

462. “Scientific Study Proves God is Indeed Creator.” The Journal Gazette. February 18, 2006. page 2C

463. “Does Gene Duplication Provide the Engine for Evolution?” Journal of Creation. 2006. 20(1):99-104.

464. “Half Century of Indoctrination: A 1942 Survery Creation Matters. March-April 2006. 11(2):3-5.

Select Internet Articles Published:

1. “A Brief Response to Jehovah’s Witness United.” 24 pp. 5/28/2003.

2. “Are All Creationists Liars? A Response to “Professor Dr. Dr. Gerhard Besier.” 11 pp. 4/14/2003.

3. “Are Jerry Bergman and Henry Morris Racists? — An Example of the Irresponsible “Research” of Darwinists (The Cases of Jim Lippard, Lenny Flank and Tom McIver).” 24 pp. 2/4/2003.

4. “Responce to Firpo Carr.”

5. “BGSU case.”

6. “The Problem of Watchtower Honesty; My Second Response to Witness United.”

7. “Another Response to a Critic.”

8. “Institute of Creation Research Case.” 2003.

9. “Is the Darwinists’ claim that the Bible Condones Slavery Accurate?” 2003. 2003.

10. “Eine kurze Antwort auf Singelenbergs Artikel über Vorverurteilung von Zeugen Jehovas in Sorgerechtsprozessen. 10 pp. 1/5/2004.

11. “Does Nothing in Biology Make Sense Except in the Light of Evolution?” 13 pp. 1/28/2004.

12. “40 Classic Books and Monographs on the Creation/Evolution Controversy.” 6 pp.

13. “History of the International Society of Bible Collectors” (with Carl Johnson and William Paul). 5 pp.

14. “The Problem of Watchtower Honesty: My Second Response to Jehovah’s Witnesses United.” 13 pp.

15. “An Evaluation of Alledged Misquoting by Creationists: The Case of Jim Foley.” 10pp.

16. “Jehovah’s Witnesses: From the Watchtower to Christ.” Contender Ministries. 16 pp.

17. “Attorney and Watchtower Society Vice President, Hayden Covington And Why He was Important in My Leaving the Jehovah’s Witnesses.” 6 pp. http://www.premier1net/~raines/covington.html.

18. Response to “Dr. Firpo Carr vs. Dr. Jerry Bergman” [Updated]. 9 pp.

19. “My Journey From a Jehovah’s Witness to a Christian: A College Professors Story and Why it Matters.” 14 pp.

20. “Was Creationism Involved the State Closure of Columbia Pacific University? The Case for Disparate Treatment.” 18 pp.

21. “Are Jerry Bergman and Henry Morris Racists? A Brief Second Response to Lippard.” 8 pp.

22. “Attorney and Watchtower Society Vice President, Hayden Covington: And Why He was Important in My Leaving the Jehovah’s Witnesses.” 6 pp.

23. “Growing Up in a Religion of Hate.” 15 pp.

24. “Intolerance in America: The Case History of a Creationist.” 18 pp.

25. “Darwinism and Indoctrination by Our Public Schools.” 11 pp.

26. “WEXL Radio Interview on Religious Discrimination.” 21 pp.

27. WBGSU Radio Interview on Religious Discrimination Against Creationists.11pp.

28. Was Adolf Hitler a Christian? A Common Objection to Creationism. The True.Origin Archive.

I. Letters to Editor that have resulted in consulting, speaking or other responses.

1. “Classic Cars,” Magazine Section The Toledo Blade, August 15, 1976.

2. “Guilt,” Moody Monthly, September 1976, pg. 4.

3. “Humanism and Evolution,” The Humanist, May/June 1977, Vol. 37, No. 3, pg. 56.

4. “Fish Gotta Swim,” New Times, November 11, 1977, Vol. 9, No. 10, pg. 12.

5. “Comments on ‘Cult and Occult’,” The Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, September 1977, Vol. 29, No. 3, pg. 138.

6. “Permanent Punishment?” Eternity, July 1977, pp. 53-54.

7. “Disturbed Altruists,” Human Behavior, May 1977, Vol. 6, No. 5, pg. 7.

8. “Legislated Morality,” Liberty, January/February 1978, Vol. 73, No. 1, pg. 33.

9. “Disagree with Spinka on Abortion,” The Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation, Vol. 30, No. 3, September 1978, pp. 143-144.

10. “Teaching Origins in the Schools,” National Science Supervisors Association Newsletter, Vol. XIV, No. 3, p. 8-9.

11. “Student Opinions on Teaching of Origins in the Schools,” Liberty, March-April 1979, Vol. 74, No. 2, pg. 33.

12. “Pornographic Fetishism,” Ms. Magazine, March 1979, Vol. VII, No. 9, pg. 8.

13. “Why Not Yahshua?” Logos, September 1979, Vol. 45, No. 12, pg. 369.

14. “Ph.D. Degrees,” MIP/Crucible, (Minnesota Institute of Philosophy), Mid-September 1979, pp. 9-10.

15. “Galileo Revisited,” Liberty, January-February 1980, Vol. 75, No. 1, pp. 29-30.

16. “We’re Different,” Humanist in Canada, Winter 1980, Vol. 12, No. 4, Whole No. 51, pg. 46.

17. “Pardon Us,” Liberty, May-June 1980, Vol. 75, No. 3, pg. 30.

18. “…Church Supported Galileo?” Second Look, May-June 1980, Vol. 2, No. 4, pg. 4.

19. “Scientific Thinking.” Liberty, 78(3):30, 1983.

20. “Difficulty in Classical Hominoid Theory,” CRSQ, Vol. 20, No. 3, Dec, 1985, pp. 142-143.

21. “Metaphysics,” CRSQ, Vol. 22, No. 4, March, 1986, pp. 203-204.

22. Re: article on Ananias, Sapphira, & Christian Community (publ. Dec. 1988 JASA). Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, Vol. 41, No. 2, June 1989)

23. “Origins,” The United Methodist Review. March 15, 1991, p. 2.

24 “Challenging Darwin.” Christianity Today, Vol. 35, No. 12, Oct. 28, 1991, p. 6.

25. “Readers React to the Forrest Mims-Arthur Caplan Debate.” The Scientist, 5(9):12,14. Apr. 29, 1991.

26. “Toxicity.” Chemecology, Feb. 1992, Vol. 121, No. 1, p. 12.

27. “On David’ ‘A Whale of a Tale.’” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith. Vol. 44, No. 2, June1992, p. 147-148.

28. “Is Emergency Prayer Legal?” Bryan Times, Mar. 9, 1993, p. 4.

29. “Prayer At Graduation.” Bryan Times, June 14, 1993, p. 4.

30. “Play Doesn’t Follow History.” Bryan Times, March 1, 1994, p. 4.

31. “Bergman on W.J. Bryan.” Bryan Times, March 14, 1994, p. 4.

32. “Illegitimacy Driving Social Problems.” The Ft. Wayne Journal-Gazette, March 15, 1994.

33. “Cigarettes Do Pollute Air.” The Ft. Wayne Journal-Gazette, May 11, 1994, p. 4.

34. “Repressed Memory.” Bryan Times, June 7, 1994, p. 4.

35. “World Records.” MENSA Bulletin, Jan-Feb, 1995, No. 383, p. 7.

36. “Comment on Best and Brightest.” Bryan Times, March 7, 1995, p. 4.

37. “The Villain Tobacco.” World, April 1, 1995, p. 4.

38. “‘Beneficial Mutation?” CRSQ, Sept. 1995.

39. “So Help Me God.” Liberty 91 (6): 3 Nov. Dec. 1996 (on theism and academia).

40. “Protein; Not Gene, Kills Insects.” The Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette Dec 16, 1996 p. 12A.

41. “Excellent Choice” World Magazine. Jan, 17, 2004. page 40.

42. “Science Journals get it Wrong About ID” The Washington Times National Weekley Edition. 13(4):39. January 16, 2006.

Articles Published in Bowling Green State University News.

1. “Liberal Arts,” January 7, 1977, pg. 4.

2. “Gun’s Protection Blasted,” Tuesday, February 15, 1977, Vol. 60, No. 66, pg. 2.

3. “Apartments Burglarized Easily,” May 6, 1977, Vol. 60, No. 99, pg. 2.

4. “60 Seconds Makes a Difference,” Tuesday, May 10, 1977, Vol. 60, No. 105, pg. 2.

5. “Police Image Affects Service,” 1977, Vol. 61, No. 33, pg. 2.

6. “Community Service Raises Support,” 1977, Vol. 61, No. 34, pg. 2.

Newspaper Columns:

1. “News You Won’t Hear on the Nightly News.” The Bryan Times, Tuesday, January 27, 2004, p. 4.

2. “Teacher’s Role is to Encourage Discussion.” The Bryan Times, Monday, March 15, 2004, p. 4.

3. “Is Canada a Pedophilia Paradise?” The Bryan Times, Friday, May 28, 2004, p. 4.

4. “The Politically Correct Movement at Universities” (Community Voice). The Bryan Times, Saturday, February 19, 2005, p. 4.

5. “Scientists Have Major Doubts.” The Bryan Times, Friday, August 26, 2005, p. 4.

*As of the date of completion, to the best of my knowledge all of the information in this list is accurate, but as parts were reconstructed years later and typed in by a paid typist, this cannot be guaranteed; almost all of the information, though, can be fully verified.











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  1. Is this guy a creationist?

  2. Yes, Pablo. He’s apparently a YEC of the Morris school.

  3. Wow. This guy really does have his hand in everything. Does this guy really have 5 masters, two PhD’s, and an extra two doctorates in the oven?

  4. […] During the same conversation I mentioned to Bergman how absolutely insane his CV is (which I posted here, verbatim except for the contact information for Bergman), and I told him I made an Excell spreadsheet that goes, at times, as many as 7 columns out, and that’s with 3 pages of information that I couldn’t place because he provided no dates for them. Bergman again exploded in his persecution claims saying that websites publish things like that to descredit him and so I had to mention, after a bit of a pause, “Actually, I got it from Dave [Lehman].” And so, I asked Lehman, “Dave, what are you doing to Bergman? Why are you persecuting Bergman?” All I got was a grin. Bergman asked Lehman to go get his CV, and Lehman told Bergman that it was time for them to go because the doors were locked and they wouldn’t be able to reenter (it was past midnight). I told Bergman that his vita did have problems and I was merely pointing them out and I told him the source of this whole madness may be his secretary, and I recommend that he fire her and write his own vita. I asked him if we can be friends, he said yes, and we shook hands and he left. […]

  5. What are you people up to? It is inappropriate in the extreme to take someone’s CV and publish it without consent on your web site. Of course this guy’s incensed! Anyone would be. I know nothing about the controversy between you – came across this while searching on-line for someone else. But man-on-the-street common sense recognizes this posting as over the top and a form of intimidation. Doesn’t matter that you left out his telephone number. Big deal. I could track him down with all the details you provided and I don’t even know him Your zeal has crossed the line. This is unethical. You should take this down. Find another way to summarize his background.

  6. B. Lazer,

    Your stance that is “inappropriate and extreme” to publish someone’s CV is one that is pretty difficult to support when you consider that many universities and other institutions have the CVs of their scientists readily available to the public via internet access. This CV was delivered to me by Bergman himself through David J. Lehman. I posted it verbatim. A CV is a statement of credibility, and if Bergman has nothing to hide and is who he says he is with this, then he should have no problem at all with his CV being published – since this is the purpose of a CV.

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  11. The truly incredible thing seems to be that all of the articles are written solely by Bergman. Either Bergman never collaborates with anybody on a particular piece of work, or he’s not giving credit where credit is due.

  12. […] it’s the PhD he supposedly worked for 1989-1992 at Columbia Pacific University, according to Bergman’s CV. (Or is the CV wrong about this?) Columbia Pacific University, according to its Wikipedia page, is […]

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