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Stan Lutz

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Stan Lutz is a trained Medical Assistant currently working at the Northwest Science Museum.

Stan has been interested in reconciling the Bible with science for most of his life, and is in the process of developing a creation museum. Toward that end, he has assembled numerous artifacts, which he displays for interested groups upon request or when speaking on various topics of creation apologetics.

He formally studied creation science through Kent Hovind’s ministry and successfully finished the equivalent of 20 college credits of creation science 101, 102, 103, and 104.

In early 2005 and part of 2006 Stan worked for Joe Taylor at the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum, in Crosbyton, Texas. During his time at Mt. Blanco, he led museum tours and partipated in two fossil digs that resulted in the excavation of parts of two mammoths. Mr. Lutz also assisted with the assembly of a Bison priscus skull from Alaska, a large Hadrosaur skull, and a Psittacosaurus skeleton. In addition, he helped finish the Lone Star Mastodon skull found in San Antonio, Texas, which is said to be one of the largest four-tusked mastodon skulls ever found.

Stan also spent time at Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose, Texas along the Paluxy River examining the dinosaur and human footprints found together. While at Glen Rose, Stan and Ian Juby filmed a dig with Carl Baugh where several new tracks were discovered.

Mr. Lutz has extensively studied the Missoula Flood and Bonneville Flood geology, which both left deposits in the same areas from Lewiston, Idaho on down to the Pacific. In addition, Stan has explored much of the Mt. St. Helens terrain, and had the pleasure of watching it change from the time of the eruption in 1980.

Stan Lutz
18458 11th Ave. N. Ext.
Nampa, ID 83687


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