Posts Tagged ‘biography’

Biography Week

In History on December 28, 2009 at 4:30 pm

I am taking the week off to catch up on other work, but all this week am re-airing a number of biographies from the last 12 months.

Monday – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (from February 27th)
Guest: Charles Calhoun – Historian and Biographer

Tuesday – Andrew Melville (from July 31st)
Guests include: James McDonald – Senior Pastor of Providence Church in Morton, IL, and Rev. Ronald Mackenzie, Retired Minister – Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland

Thursday – James Clerk Maxwell (from June 12th)
Guests include: Randy J. Guliuzza – National Representative for the Institute for Creation Research

Friday – The Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards (recut):
Guest: Rev. Steven Lawson, Senior Pastor – Christ Fellowship Baptist Church, Mobile, AL

The Life and Legacy of Michael Faraday

In History, Science on August 27, 2008 at 10:28 pm

Michael Faraday

Click here for today’s feature:

If you have a refrigerator, vacuum cleaner, ceiling fan, air conditioner or any other product with an electric motor, you are a beneficiary of this brilliant Christian scientist who was born more than 200 years ago.  Guests include Christine Dao of the Institute for Creation Research, Irish author and biographer Derick Bingham and David Coppedge of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

For an online version of the classic biography on Faraday from google books, click here

For Derick Bingham’s biography on Faraday, click here.

For a short article on Faraday by David Coppedge, click here.

For a short article on Faraday by Christine Dao, click here.