George T. Javor, Ph.D.

George T. Javor, Ph.D.

Molecular Biology of Origins

Brown University (1962) 

B.S. – Chemistry

Columbia University (1967) 

Ph.D. – Biochemistry 

Rockefeller University (1969)

Postdoctoral fellowship

George T. Javor is a Professor Emeritus of Loma Linda University School of Medicine. He earned his PhD in biochemistry from New’ York”s Columbia University. After post-graduate study at Rochester University he spent a 37-year career teaching undergraduate as well as medical and dental.

During his science career he investigated the mysteries of heme and ubiquinone biosyntheses in Escherichia coli and authored three articles relating to this subject.

  1. Javor, G. T. and Febre. E. : Enzymatic basis for thiol stimulated porphyrin secretion in E. coli. J. Bacteriol. 174:1072-1075, 1992, 
  2. Zhang, H. and G. T. Javor. Identification of the ubiD gene on the Escherichia coli chromosome. J. Bacteriol. 182:6243-6246, 2000, and 
  3. Zhang, H. and G. T. Javor. Regulation of ubiD and ubiX genes in Escherichia coli. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 223:65-72, 2003.

He wrote extensively as an advocate of the Biblical Creation narrative including ”Searching for the Creator narrative through the Study of a Bacterium”. His Christ in the Classroom Volume. 19. 1997. pp. 129-139 has been incorporated in the series Classic Works of Apologetics. He also published five books, the latest being: “The Best News Possible: You May Live Forever!” (Teach Services, 2020).

His “Scandal of Biochemical Evolution” is carried by Genesis File as part of the subpage of the feature, “Celebrating Life.”

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