Joe Spears realized the value of creation science after attending a seminar in Raleigh, NC. There he found out about the local creation group, the Triangle Association for the Science of Creation (TASC). He began attending TASC meetings, eventually becoming a member of their board, their webmaster, and chairman. He has written several articles which can be found on the TASC website and in some TASC newsletters (which are archived on the site). He has a BS and MS in engineering and has taught technical college courses.
Joseph K Stephen received a Bachelor of Science from the Flinders University of South Australia in 1996, majoring in computer science. Despite being totally blind, he finished in the top 15% of students in his course, earning him the Golden Key Honors Society Award.
Born on August 29, 1946 in Indianapolis, Indiana, Fredrick W. Boyd, Jr. is the eldest son of the late Fredrick Willis Boyd, Sr. and Jeanetta M. Boyd. He and his brother, James, grew up in Indianapolis, where they attended Tech High School. They also attended Second Christian Church which became Light of the World Christian Church. Pastor Boyd received his degree in business administration from Porter College.
A native of Terrell, Texas, Willie E. Dye, Ph.D. has always had a curiosity and fascination with people and the world around him, showing a great interest in History and Geography since early childhood. That, combined with a love for God and humanity, as well as a burning quest for true knowledge, it is no surprise then that he is now in the field of Biblical Archaeology.