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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.
The Daily Telegraph has reported that rats in many parts of the UK have become resistant to rat poison. The development is being pronounced by the media as an example of evolution in action.
Did Matthew (27:9) falsely attribute a prophecy to Jeremiah that came from Zechariah (11:12-13)?
If Jesus is God (John 1, Colossians 1, Hebrews 1, Philippians 2:5–8), then why was the Father greater than Jesus in John 14:28?
A recent flurry of polls in the U.K. points to a general lack of knowledge about the creation-evolution controversy.
A well-known atheist recently claimed that God’s command in Genesis is the root of environmental issues, but this skeptic hasn’t done his homework.
The behavior of some Christians toward a famous evolutionist is shameful, but his arguments against God are empty at the least.
Noah was the first evangelist mentioned in the Bible.
Few festivals give Christians in the Western world more cause for debate than Halloween.
Paul Taylor recounts the influence and blessing of working with Dr. Monty White at the Answers in Genesis-UK office in Leicester.
A recent article in Third Way Magazine in the United Kingdom suggests that Christians should celebrate Darwinism. But are they deceiving their readers?
Many new U.K. textbooks mention creation in their pages for the first time. There is, however, no cause for celebration about this mention, as the books nearly always get their facts wrong.
Vatican astronomer Father Jose Gabriel Funes recently claimed that there could be alien intelligences in space. What does the Bible say?
The new Science National Curriculum in England is telling students not to think or analyze, but rather to accept what they are taught about evolution on blind faith.
A recent post on the Daily Telegraph accuses creationists of believing in “magic,” but it fails to see the faith needed to believe in evolution.
Paul Taylor, AiG–U.K., has a rather unexpected guest at one of his recent talks.
Is it even possible to understand the Incarnation? Paul Taylor examines the true meaning of Christmas.
Saturday, 27 October, 2007, marks the 40th anniversary of the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act in the UK.
During his visit to Britain this month, Dr. Watson created a storm when he made comments on genetics that contained connotations of racism.
This week in Sweden the centre-right coalition government decided to ban biology teachers from teaching creationism or intelligent design alongside evolution in independent schools.
On September 25, Lisburn City Council in Northern Ireland voted to encourage schools in their district to make pupils aware of alternatives to evolution, such as intelligent design and creation.