James J. S. Johnson

Bald Eagles 2 for Alaska' Bald Eagle

Dr. James (Jim) J. S. Johnson – Writer

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Dr. Jim Johnson’s connection to the world of birds includes earned degrees in the biosciences; an ecology-related certification by (and years of service for) the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission; years of teaching bioscience, ecology, and ornithology courses (for Dallas Christian College); various published writings about birds; and teaching his grandkids to love birds.

Jim has also served, internationally, as an onboard lecturer for 3 different cruise lines (Norwegian Cruise Lines, Orient Lines, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines) visiting countries as diverse as England, Iceland, Russia, Estonia, Portugal, Honduras, Norway, and the Cayman Isles, — always with emphasis to the wonderful birds that God has made.

It was Mrs. Thelma Bumgardner, a Biblical creationist elementary school teacher, who gave Jim a bird book (in 2nd grade), who introduced Jim to the magnificent treasury of God’s avian marvels.

(Jim now writes and speaks for the Institute for Creation Research, as Associate Professor of Apologetics.)

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The Bird Alphabet Series:

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About Him  and Some of His Articles  at Institute For Christian Research:

About James J. S. Johnson

A Lesson from the Stork

Of Grackles and Gratitude 

Survival of the Fitted: God’s Providential Programming

God Fitted Habitats for Biodiversity

The Creator’s Glory Reflected Everywhere: True Treasure in the Cayman Islands

Hidden Assumptions Play ‘Hide and Seek’: Using Context and Clarification to ‘Tag’ Bible Critics

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