Thomas Patrick Arnold, Ph.D., enjoys the Bible and the creation. He has studied Bible and biology at Columbia Bible College, Wheaton College, COD, UNC, and NIU. He taught science and the Bible. Tom founded a small company and completed an M.R.E. at Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary, an M.A. and Th.M at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a Ph.D. at Universiteit van die Vrystaat. His dissertation was "A Theological Evaluation of Ten Major Creation Theories." He published articles "Sharing the Gospel across Language Barriers Using Multilingual Bible Software," "How Can We with Confidence Adequately Understand God's Word?" and "Tailoring Apologetics to Evangelize." He has read papers on creation at the Evangelical Theological Society. He is an ordained pastor. He and his wife do archaeological work in Tiberius, Israel, under Hebrew University. They have published photography from Israel. He speaks on God as Creator, the foundation of Biblical theology, evangelism, and world view.
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