Born in the Midwest, Dr. Gerald Culley studied at the Cincinnati Bible Seminary (now Cincinnati Christian University), The University of Kentucky at Lexington, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, and earned his PhD in Classics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Culley taught Greek and Latin languages and literature at the University of Delaware from 1970 until 2011. His professional interests were Greek inscriptions and computer–assisted instruction. He delivered some 60 papers or invited lectures, published some 36 articles on Greek epigraphy, comparative literature, and computer–assisted instruction. He developed several programs to aid instruction in Latin and Greek, and in the 1990’s published a software program, Evolution: Science or Myth? through the Answers in Genesis organization. In recent years God has given him a ministry in Christian apologetics: how archaeology, history, and science support our confidence in Scripture. He has been privileged to share these truths with young believers in Christian schools and youth groups throughout the area. He and his wife, Betty, their two daughters and seven homeschooled grandchildren, all live in the vicinity of Newark, Delaware.