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Paul Taylor (BSc, MEd) was a science teacher in a number of United Kingdom state comprehensive schools for almost 20 years, becoming a head of science in one post. In 2000, he left teaching and set up an ICT training and web development business before working for Answers in Genesis–UK/Europe for six years (2005–2011) as a speaker, writer, and head of media and communications. In 2011, he moved to the United States to work for the ministry Creation Today in Pensacola, Florida. Since October 2014, Paul and his wife, Geraldene, have been the directors of Mount St. Helen’s Creation Center in Washington State, near the famous volcano.
Paul has authored nine books including The Six Days of Genesis, Itching Ears, and Don’t Miss the Boat. He continues to speak on creation and apologetics (and against evolution) across the United States in churches and at conferences. He has also spoken widely in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and other European countries.
Many people believe the abolition of slavery began in the United States during the American Civil War of the 1860s. In fact, the abolitionist movement began decades earlier in the British Empire.
Life begins at fertilization, and all human life is precious and made in the image of God.
Slavery needs to be addressed biblically. Answers in Genesis strongly opposes both racism and slavery.
The worldwide distribution of animals, say critics, proves that there could never have been a global Flood or an Ark. Paul Taylor refutes this claim.
Two centuries ago in an effort to explain “prehistoric” fossils, Christian leaders introduced the idea that a gap of time is missing between Genesis 1:1 and 1:2.
There has been a lot of talk recently about a New Perspective on Paul (NPP). Writers previously thought to be evangelicals have used this new idea to open an assault on Adam and Eve.
Paul Taylor reviews the book Reclaiming Genesis written by Melvin Tinker and offers advice on how to truly reclaim Genesis.
Today in the UK has been called by a number of theologically conservative Christians as a National Day of Prayer—days before the nation’s General Election.
Did the catastrophic impact of a large comet or asteroid caused the extinction of dinosaurs?
If any newspaper was to take a lead in propagating the godless morality of naturalistic evolution, in all its fullness, it would have to be The Guardian.
A new education bill in the UK could potentially push more evolutionary propaganda on primary students. Paul Taylor, AiG–UK, explains.
Although there are few restrictions on the teaching of evolutionism to primary school children in the UK, the humanists want the indoctrination to increase.
A quickly formed canyon in England provides clues to how the Grand Canyon and other geological features formed recently—and not over millions of years.
Does the genealogy in Luke 3:36 give an extra Cainan not found in similar genealogies, such as Genesis 11:12?
A proposed law in the UK threatens the rights of homeschooling parents and subjects them to compulsory inspection visits.
If Jesus was to be in the grave three days and nights, how do we fit those between Good Friday and Easter Sunday?
How could the young Samuel have been sleeping in the Temple when the Temple was not built until much later?
In chapter 1, man and woman are created at the same time after the creation of the animals. In chapter 2, are animals created after people?