Angry Discussions: A Wrong Way to Stand for Creation Care or Science Advocacy
Oscar Gonzalez is a PhD candidate in Interdisciplinary Ecology at the University of Florida. He was born in Peru where he got a BSc in Biology and later an MS in Zoology. Then he went to Spain and earned another MS in Tropical Biodiversity Management. His research focus is bird ecology and has several publications in this topic.
Oscar has taught natural sciences courses in Peruvian universities. He is a member of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, but when he travels for research or studies attends to Presbyterian, Pentecostal or independent churches. He has been promoting creation care in all the churches he has visited and also has published in Spanish and English on this subject. He loves going outdoors with his wife Marlene and tries to travel everywhere in a bike. His professional and personal email’s username is “pajarologo” which in Spanish means “birdologist”.
Oscar's professional web page is http://plaza.ufl.edu/pajarologo and where he keep his publications and talks is http://florida.academia.edu/