Dr. Don DeYoung chaired the Science and Mathematics Department at Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana for many years. He retired at the conclusion of the 2017-2018 school year. He is also the President of the Creation Research Society.
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Don DeYoung is Chairman of the Science and Mathematics Department, Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana. His courses include physics, astronomy and mathematics. Don joined the Grace faculty in 1972 and has spent sabbatical leaves in California, Europe, and the South Pacific. He is a graduate of Michigan Tech University (BS, MS, Physics), Iowa State University (PhD, Physics), and Grace Theological Seminary (MDiv). His writings have appeared in many periodicals. He has also written seventeen books on Bible-science topics including object lessons for children.
Dr. DeYoung is a member of the Indiana Academy of Science and the AuSable Environmental Institute. He is currently president of the Creation Research Society with 1700 members worldwide. This group funds research, publishes a technical quarterly journal and operates a laboratory in Arizona. Don speaks on a broad range of creation topics and believes that the details of nature are a powerful testimony to the Creator’s care for mankind.
Dr. DeYoung and his wife Sally have three married daughters. In their local church Don is a teacher and small group leader.
His writings have appeared in many periodicals, including the Journal of Chemical Physics and the Creation Research Society Quarterly.
He has also written over a dozen books on Bible-science topics, including object lessons for children.
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