Dr. Jonathan F. Henry
Professor of Natural Science
Chair, Division of Science
Chair, Department of Natural Science
B.S. University of Alabama, 1974,
M.S.Ch.E. University of Alabama, 1977,
Ph.D. University of Kentucky, 1982,
General Chemistry I & II
Organic Chemistry I & II
General Physics I & II
History and Philosophy of Science
Teaching and Professional Experience
1995-Present Clearwater Christian College
1984-1995 University of Tennessee Chattanooga (Adjunct)
1981-1995 Tennessee Temple University (Chair, Dept. of Math & Sci)
1988-1989 Chattanooga State Community College
1980-1981 University of Kentucky (Chemical Engineering Dept)
1976-1978 Conoco Chemicals (Process Engineer)
1974 University of Alabama (Lab Instructor)
Selected Recent Peer Reviewed Publications
-Henry, J.F. 2003. Heliosiesmology: implications for the standard solar model.
Creation Research Society Quarterly. 40(1):234-40,2003.
-Henry, J.F. 2003. An old age for the earth is the heart of evolution. Creation
Research Society Quarterly. 40(3):164-173.
-Henry, J.F. 2003. The sun is not an average star. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical
-Henry, J.F. 2004. The evolutionary basis for Eddington's solar modeling. Creation
Research Society Quarterly. 40(4):244-256.
-Henry, J.F. 2006. The age of fate of Saturn's rings. Journal of Creation. 20(1):123-
-Henry, J.F. 2006. A critique of progressive creationism in the writings of Hugh
Ross. Creation Research Society Quarterly. 43(1):16-24.
-Henry, J.F. 2006. The elements of the universe point to creation: introduction to a
critique of nucleosynthesis theory. Journal of Creation. 20(2):53-60.
-Henry, J.F. 2006. The moon's recession and age. Journal of Creation. 20(2):65-70.
"My goal for teaching at CCC is to see the students mature spiritually, academically, and intellectually/emotionally. It is extremely encouraging that
most students who are at CCC for at least 3-4 years do in fact mature in these ways. They mature so much that it is sometimes hard to look
back and remember what they were when they first arrived on campus. My teaching area (science) is one of the devices for aiding this progress to
maturity, so that as graduates, they can make godly contributions to God's kingdom and to the culture they are engaged in."
Interests: stamp collecting, classical music, nature
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