Myron Gene Heavin

 Myron Heavin Graduated from Purdue University in 1962 with a BSAE degree in Aeronatical Engineering. He left Indiana and came to California to work on the Saturn IV rocket engine for Rocketdyne.
      He later worked designing commercial and military airplanes for Douiglas/McDonnell Douglas/Boeing as companies gobbled up other companies.   He retired from Boeing Airplane Company after  50 years..
     Myron is married to his wife Sharyl, and they have 3 children and 4 grand-children.
     Myron received his MA degree in Biblical and Theological Studies from Talbot Seminary in 2008, and is currently enrolled in a MA degree program in Christian Apologetics (lifelong learning).  While taking a full-time course load at Tal;bot, he also worked full-time at Boeing, while leading 7 simultaneous Bible Studies.
     Myron has been interested in both Theology and Science, and regularly takes Bible Students on field trips to try to to Palomar observatory, JPL, Griffith Observatory etc. 
     "Wisdom shouts in the street,
She lifts her voice in the square;
At the head of the street she cries out;
At the entrance of the gates in the city she utters her sayings" (Prov 1:20-22).
     See how wisdom does not come from a direct revelation of God nor from reading Scri;pture.  Wisdom comes from observinng God's universe, especially how to get along with people to "accomplish things".
     Proverbs teaches that doctors, lawyers, engineers, car mechanics,  bankers, etc. all can be wise.  God, the intelligent designer, deigned an orderly universe that tends to draw us to Him.  

"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom" (Prov 1:7a).

"I am the way, the truth, and the life" (John 14:6).  
     The basic truth is God exists.  Because God exists, and only because God exists, can there be absolute truth.  Without a God all truth seems to be in the eyes of the beholder - nothing is for sure.  Because God exists, there is a reason for living
     Jesus shows us the correct way, He reveals the truth, and He provides light to our understandings.   We understand spiritual truths from reading scripture, and we can bercome wise from observing the world arkound us that He created. 
"The more one studies, even questions the Bible, the more one becomes convinced it is literally-true inspired text.  Likewise, the more one studies the world around us, the more one becomes convinced it was created by an intelligent designer.  
Rejection of God includes both rejection of the bible and His creation (science)."