George F. Howe

Mark H. Armitage

 

 

George F. Howe

He earned the Ph.D. degree in botany (plant physiology) from the Ohio State University, studying the time-course of photosynthesis in leaves of various flowering plants. He has taught many different science courses in two Christian colleges where he was a professor of biology for over 42 years. He has been a member of the Creation Research Society since its inception and a member of its board for 41 years, holding such CRS Board offices as president, vice president, and secretary. For five years he served as editor of the CRS Quarterly and four years as its managing editor.

He has published numerous technical papers on botany in the CRS Quarterly, the Journal of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, the Journal of the Ohio Academy of Sciences, and Crossosoma. He continues research on plants such as the unicorn plant, also known as devil's claw. He is a scientific creationist who believes that general macroevolutionism will someday lose its "luster" when workers come to see that it has little predictive value and only very meager support in the sciences.