Sara was a student at Cedarville University and just graduated with her B.S. Geology degree in May 2021. This summer she will attend geologic field training as her capstone course. She plans to attend graduate school beginning fall 2022 with the goal of getting her PhD in earth science. She enjoys reading scientific articles in geology and philosophy of science, as well as going on field trips out west. Sara has done research on radiohalos and a dinosaur femur under Dr. Andrew Snelling and Dr. John Whitmore’s guidance and has two publications in the OSGC 2020 and 2021 symposium. Click here to see all articles written by Sara.
Christian is an author and science writer. He became fascinated with dinosaurs at the age of nine, and since then he has developed an interest not only in all things relating to paleontology, but also geology. Of extreme importance to him is helping Christians understand how they can have a healthy relationship between earth’s history as revealed in the rock record and the Word of God. He is currently majoring in geology at the University of Maine. Click here to see all articles written by Christian.
Noel is a biology PhD student researching paleontology at Loma Linda University. Her particular interests include taphonomy, Flood geology, and biodiversification. Currently, her research project is focused on a dinosaur bonebed in Wyoming. Before attending graduate school, she studied the morphology of Triassic phytosaurs with Dr. Matt McLain, presenting her research at the Creation Biology Society meeting (2017), the WCBSUR conference (2018), and the Geological Society of America meeting (2019). Noel is passionate about learning about and teaching science from a biblical worldview. Click here to see all articles written by Noel.
Abigail has a Master’s degree in Biblical History and Archaeology from The Bible Seminary. She plans to pursue a PhD in Biblical Archaeology. She is the Assistant Dig Director at the Shiloh excavations in Israel and has served as Objects Registrar and Square Supervisor at both Shiloh and Khirbet el Maqatir. She has also worked at the Mount Zion excavation in Jerusalem and at the Temple Mount Sifting Project. Click here to see all articles written by Abigail.
Caleb has been speaking and writing on creation science for over a decade. He began speaking as a young teenager out of a desire to help people see that the Bible’s history beginning in Genesis is “real history.” He is currently working on his Ph.D. in biology at Loma Linda University. Caleb’s interests are in paleontology, biology, and the Christian worldview.