Gregg Davidson

Gregg Davidson

University of Mississippi

Gregg Davidson has been a professor in the Geology and Geological Engineering Department at the University of Mississippi for the last twenty years, serving as the department chair since 2013. He earned a B.S. in geology from Wheaton College, and a Ph.D. in hydrology from the University of Arizona, completing some of his research in the same radiocarbon lab that dated the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Shroud of Turin. He is an active writer and speaker on the subject of science and the Bible, including two books, When Faith and Science Collide, and Grand Canyon: Monument to an Ancient Earth, and articles in Modern Reformation, Christian Research Journal, and Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith.

Topics include:

  • Fossil Record
  • Age of the earth
  • Radiometric dating
  • Transitional forms
  • Intelligent design
  • Young earth arguments
  • Historical Bible-science conflicts
  • Sin and death
  • Role and limits of science in understanding Scripture
  • Reuniting old friends (science & faith)

 

Noah's Flood and the Age of the Earth - Session 1 from Southeastern Seminary on Vimeo.