Arthur Jones holds a doctorate in biology (1972) for a thesis exploring alternatives to materialistic evolution [aka Darwinism] in
During a teaching career spanning forty years, he has been a college science lecturer, schoolteacher, teacher trainer and the
From 2000 to 2013 he wrote and taught worldview-based courses for Christian professionals, accredited by three more UK universities (University of Wales, Lampeter, University of Wales, Bangor, and York St Johns), at both graduate and postgraduate levels.
He was also a Research Consultant for Curriculum Development to the Christian Schools' Trust and authored Science in Faith: A Christian Perspective on Teaching Science (CST, December 1998). He has also authored No Home & Alone: A School Programme on Homelessness (Global Concern, 1999), and Is Creationism a Science Stopper?, a chapter in John Ashton (ed), In Six Days: Why 50 Scientists
His last paid employment was as Tutor with Responsibility for Co-ordination and Development of the Foundation Degree in Evangelism, Mission Based Training, Church Army, Sheffield. In Education he was also a member of the Movement for Christian Democracy's Education Policy Group from 1991 to 1997. After several changes of sponsoring organisations, this group became the Education Commission of the UK Evangelical Alliance, of which Arthur was a founding member in
"Christian professional training for practitioners
Thematic Bible Interpretation: The Framework Theme that Creates a Structure for the Whole Bible (2020)
Science in Faith: An Outline of a Christian Approach to the Sciences. Christian Schools' Trust, 1998.
Online version © 2014 Dr Arthur Jones
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