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Michael Tenneson


Michael Tenneson (PhD curriculum & instruction: science education, University of Missouri; MS biology/statistics, University of North Dakota; MA missiology/biblical literature, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary; and BA biology, UCLA) is a professor of biology and chair of the Department of Natural and Applied Sciences at Evangel University, where he has taught for more than 36 years. Initially trained as a field behavioral ecologist, he has done field research on birds, frogs, porcupines, lizards, and snails. His current research examines attitudes and beliefs of people related to science and theology. Tenneson has authored or co-authored numerous papers and presentations, along with several essays in edited volumes, and a short book on origins. He is married to another biologist, Cheryl, and has three children and three grandchildren.

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