Raymond J. Lewis
Raymond J. Lewis is an associate professor in the Department of Biology at Wheaton College in Illinois. He holds a B.A. (highest honors) in biology from the University of California at Berkeley, a M.Sc. in botany from the University of British Columbia, and a Ph.D. in biological science from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Raymond has studied the genetics and physiology of marine algae, with a focus on the large brown algae known as kelps. He is a fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation and serves as the president of the Wheaton/Naperville chapter of the ASA. He is a member of several professional biological societies that focus on studies of algae. Raymond is co-author of Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins: Cosmology, Geology, and Biology in Christian Perspective (IVP Academic, 2018).
Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins
This beautiful textbook by five Wheaton College professors explores mainstream scientific theories of origins in astronomy, cosmology, chemistry, geology, biology, physical anthropology, and genetics, giving a detailed picture of the sciences of origins along with how they fit into the story of God's creative and redemptive action.