Paul Garner

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Paul Garner is a full-time researcher and lecturer for Biblical Creation Ministries in the UK. He has a masters degree in geoscience from University College London, where he specialised in palaeobiology. For several years he has been part of a research team investigating the depositional environment of the Coconino Sandstone (Permian) of central and northern Arizona. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and also a member of the Geological Society of America, the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology and the Palaeontological Association. His first book, The New Creationism: Building Scientific Theories on a Biblical Foundation, was published by Evangelical Press in 2009.
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Geology, the Age of the Earth, and Theological Implications (Young Earth Perspective)
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 2,469 3 Jun 2015
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Climate Change: Consensus, Controversy, and Insights from the Recent Geological Past
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 2,065 1 Jun 2015
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How do the competing models of earth history affect the predictions for future climate change?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,795 31 May 2015
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What evidence is used in identifying and explaining climate change?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,793 31 May 2015
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What patterns of climate change have scientists discerned in the past?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,672 31 May 2015
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Why do some scientists criticise the climate change consensus?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,846 31 May 2015
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How can climate change be addressed fairly, effectively, and efficiently?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,770 31 May 2015
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How can we come to reasonable conclusions about climate change and its causes?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,626 31 May 2015
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What are the causes of climate change both now and in the past?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,729 31 May 2015
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What benefits could result from climate change?
Paul Garner ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,569 31 May 2015

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