What a nice coincidence…

No sooner had I posted a piece about a creationist blog article on Notch than the New Creationism blog announces that the author of said blog article, Todd Wood is to visit the UK.  New Creationism rather excitedly repeats an announcement from the Biblical Creation Ministries website:

DR TODD CHARLES WOOD is the current director of the Center for Origins Research at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. He has a PhD from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics at the University of Virginia and has published 30 peer-reviewed papers and three book chapters on the topics of systematics, genomics and evolutionary biochemistry. He is also the author of a textbook on creation biology and a monograph on the Galápagos Islands. He is a leading creationist researcher in the USA and one of the founding members of the Creation Biology Study Group.

I did do a quick pubmed search on Todd Charles Wood, and found a couple of publications.  However, the Center for Origins Research at Bryan College does have a list of selected publications, many by Wood (I’m particularly interested by publications on Natural Evil…).  On the other hand, these are journals I don’t recognise as having particularly robust scientific peer review.

I dare say Todd’s visit will pass me by, since according to the BCM site, he’ll be visiting churches to deliver presentations.

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  1. Paul Garner’s avatar

    Robert, you and your readers would be welcome to attend the meetings we hope to organize for Todd Wood. I anticipate that most, perhaps all, will be open to anyone.

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    1. GrumpyBob’s avatar

      I will keep my eyes on the blogosphere…

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    2. barriejohn’s avatar

      The Creation Biology Study Group. These people are beyond parody!

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