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Brad Harrub has been happily married to Melinda Harrub for 15 years.
Dr. Harrub holds an earned B.S. degree in biology from Kentucky Wesleyan College, and an earned doctorate degree in anatomy and neurobiology from the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.
is listed in Who s Who Among Scientists and Researchers.
authored the books Convicted: A Scientist Examines the Evidence for Christianity, Dissecting the Truth, and coauthored of the books, The Truth About Human Origins, Investigating Christian Evidences, Matters of Life and Death, and Diamonds in the Rough: Nuggets of Truth from God s Word.
is a popular speaker on Christian evidences at lectureships, conferences, youth rallies, etc in over 46 states and five different continents.
conducts 40 Truth About Origins weekend seminars each year.
In addition, he
was an invited speaker to the International conference on Creationism, and he
has appeared on the television show Origins.
In addition, Dr. Harrub
has conducted several debates against atheists.
He currently serves as director for Focus Press and as an editor for Think magazine and executive editor of Kaio magazine.
has authored or co-authored numerous scientific publications in science journals and has done mission work in Russia, Ukraine, New Zealand, and Nicaragua.
serves faculty member of the Bear Valley Bible Institute
in Denver to teach preaching students.
takes this challenge head-on as he
reveals the Truth.
gives 7 reasons why we are losing our children.
God's plan on marriage and family
Many of the problems in our society today fall back to problems in the home.
In this encouraging seminar Dr. Harrub
uses Biblical principles to remind spouses of their role to one another, and as parents.
background in medicine, Dr. Harrub
evaluates the fossil record and the alleged missing links.
Drawing on his
medical background Dr. Harrub
investigates some of the ethical dilemmas facing mankind today (e.g., stem cell research, human cloning, abortion, euthanasia).