Paul F Taylor

Paul Taylor has been the Director of the Mount St Helens Creation Center since October 1st 2014.

Paul has been speaking on creation and apologetics, and against evolution, for over 35 years. He taught science in public (government) schools in the UK for nearly 20 years. He has worked with ministries such as Answers in Genesis and Creation Today, and has spoken in Britain, Ireland, Europe and across the United States, in churches and at conferences. He has authored nine books including The Six Days of Genesis, Itching Ears, and Don’t Miss the Boat.

Paul and his wife Geri have 5 children between them.

Frankie's School Day

Frankie's School Day

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Frankie, the little tyrannosaurus, is going to school for the first time. His sister, Dolly, has told him all sorts of scary things about school - but all her tales were lies. Mum has to talk to both Frankie and Dolly about lies and arguments and in doing so tells them about Cain and Abel. This deli...

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Letters of John

Letters of John

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I was praying about how I could explain biblical love in a manner which young men would understand. I had four young men in particular in mind - my sons, Adam and Jack, my step-daughter Beth's boyfriend (now husband), Josh, and my step-son, Joe. Too many studies in biblical love give one a sickly-sw...

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Letters to the Thessalonians

Letters to the Thessalonians

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The two epistles to the Thessalonians contain much of the basic, biblical teaching on the End Times. For this reason, they have often been controversial. Yet the material they contain is essential for anyone who wants to get to grips with this subject, as well as providing an insight into the establ...

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Only Believe

Only Believe

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“Apologetics is that branch of practical theology concerned with the defense of the Christian faith. Yet, I discovered that, for years, I had being doing apologetics wrong. It turned out that what I was defending was not really the Christian faith, but simply a form of theism. In this book, I intr...

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