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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.
A review of a recently broadcast two-part TV documentary on religion presented by Prof Richard Dawkins, broadcast on Channel 4 network in the United Kingdom, 9 & 16 January 2006
It is a serious matter to refer to error as ‘truth’, especially in the classroom with so many impressionable young people listening.
The Story of God—a review of part one of the new BBC–TV series on the evolution of religion
Paul Taylor discusses The Story of God, a BBC major three-part documentary hosted by Professor (and British Lord) Robert Winston.
Catholic bishops of England, Wales and Scotland recently published their study book, "The Gift of Scripture." Does the book presume authority to be based on the Bible, or something else?
The article is written as a statement of fact, but it contains a number of factual errors, and much in the way of personal opinion, dressed up as fact.
Monbiot’s article was filled with the usual ill-informed and insulting invective against Christian things that some of us have come to expect from the "Guardian" newspaper.