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Henry B. Smith Jr. is the Director of Development for ABR, serving in that capacity since October 2004. Born and raised in northwestern New Jersey, he graduated with a B.A. in Economics from Rutgers University in 1992. With a 13 year sales and management background, he earned an M.A. in Theology with an emphasis on Apologetics from Trinity Seminary in Indiana, graduating with high honors in 2005. In the fall of 2014, Henry will graduate from the M.A.R. program at Westminster Theological Seminary. Henry has written numerous articles for ABR, including: Turning the Cannons on New Testament Canon Criticisms, Redeeming the Carthaginians? and Cosmic Death in Romans 8: Affirming a Recent Creation. He also published an extensive exegetical paper on Romans 8:18-23 in the March 2007 Journal of Creation entitled: Cosmic and Universal Death from Adam's Fall, defending a six, 24-hour day understanding of Genesis 1-3 from an exegetical and theological perspective. He also published Canaanite Child Sacrifice, Abortion, and the Bible in the Journal of Ministry and Theology of Bible Baptist Seminary in the fall of 2013. Henry served as a volunteer at the Hazor excavations in 2007, and was the host of the ABR Biblical Egypt Study Tour in 2008. He also is the Administrative Director of the Khirbet el-Maqatir excavations and is a square supervisor. Henry resides in PA with his wife Birzavit and their daughter, Ava.

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