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Grand Valley State University

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Grand Valley State University

1 Campus Dr. FH 97

Allendale, Michigan,49401

United States

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The Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) is an economic development initiative of the City of Muskegon, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Grand Valley State University. The facility opened in 2003 in response to the growing ... more.

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Craig Benjamin
Professor Craig Benjamin Department of History, Grand Valley State University Email: benjamic@gvsu.edu Craig Benjamin is a Professor of History in the Meijer Honors College at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, USA, where he teaches Big History, world history, and Ancient Central Asian history. Craig was introduced to big history while a graduate student working under David Christian, and is a frequent presenter at conferences worldwide, and the author of numerous books and articles, on big history and ancient history. Craig has recorded programs for the History Channel, The Teaching Company and Scientific American magazine. Craig is current Treasurer of the International Big History Association; and current President (2014/15) of the World History Association.


www.collinsfoundationpress.com

11 The Convergence of Logic, Faith, and Values in the Modern Creation Story - Craig G. R. Benjamin 147
Craig Benjamin, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of History, Grand Valley State University. (p. 147)


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Prof Craig G.R. Benjamin is an Associate Professor of History at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, where he teaches Eurasian history.
He has recorded lectures for the History Channel and The Teaching Company.


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This is our friend Craig Benjamin.
Transplanted Aussie, professor at Grand Valley State University and the most energetic True Renaissance Man that I know. He teaches, among other things, a History course which covers this whole scope of the Universe sort of thing. And he's one of the talking heads used in this show. We knew he'd worked on this project, but Mrs. Dr. Phil found out during a noontime water aerobics session today when Craig was in the pool that it was on tonight -- which is why I didn't get a chance to post advance warnings out there. Thanks, Craig!


dr-phil-physics.dreamwidth.org

This is our friend Craig Benjamin.
Transplanted Aussie, professor at Grand Valley State University and the most energetic True Renaissance Man that I know. He teaches, among other things, a History course which covers this whole scope of the Universe sort of thing. And he's one of the talking heads used in this show. We knew he'd worked on this project, but Mrs. Dr. Phil found out during a noontime water aerobics session today when Craig was in the pool that it was on tonight -- which is why I didn't get a chance to post advance warnings out there. But I think it'll be run again on the History Channel. It's a cool show. And it's so very cool to know somebody who's in it! Thanks, Craig!


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