Don Patton Biography
Don began his college education at Florida College
studying Bible, then spent two years each at Austin
Peay State University and Purdue University studying
Geology, and two years studying Education at Pacific
School of Graduate Studies in Melbourne, Australia.
He received his Ph. D. in Education on 12-10-93.
Don has worked as a Geologist in the U. S., Canada,
Australia, England, Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, and Israel.
He engaged in dinosaur excavations in Canada, Utah,
Colorado, Wyoming, and Texas. In fact, the longest
dinosaur trail in North America was uncovered by Don
in the Paluxy River of Glen Rose, Texas.
Don has lectured at ten Universities and two colleges including Texas A & M, the Universities of Central
Arkansas, Souuthwestern Missouri, Louisiana State, and Florida College. Don has conducted about 250
Creation/Evolution Seminars in the last 25 years, participated in numerous debates, appearing on radio
and television. Three times Don has testified before the Texas State Textbook Committee in Austin, TX.
He is a member of the Geological Society of America and spoke at their 1997 annual convention. Don is a member of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, the National Speleological Society, and an Honored Member of both Strathmore's and the International "Who's Who." Currently, he is Chairman of Metroplex Institute of Origin Science, a Consulting Geologist and Partner in the Mazada Corp. of Dallas, Texas, and Staff Geologist for the Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose, Texas.