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Edward Boudreaux

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Edward Boudreaux

Dr. Edward A. Boudreaux spent twenty-nine years in graduate education and research in the areas of inorganic and theoretical chemistry and chemical physics. He has a B.S. in chemistry from Loyola University, a M.S. in chemistry, and a Ph.D. in chemistry from Tulane University. He was a Professor of Chemistry at the University of New Orleans, Louisiana for twenty-nine years, but retired in 1991. Dr. Boudreaux is the author/co-author of four technical books in inorganic Chemistry, and has presentations both nationally and internationally. He has been a creation scientist for thirty-two years. He was the President of Origins Resource Association of Louisiana and the Gulf Coast.

Short Facts

  • Creationist
  • Theoretical chemistry
  • Ph.D. and M.S. in chemistry from Tulane University
  • B.S. in chemistry from Loyola University
  • Author or co-author of four technical books regarding inorganic chemistry
  • Author of numerous peer-reviewed scientific papers
  • Professor emeritus of chemistry at the University of New Orleans, Louisiana


  • Adjunct Professor of Chemistry - Institute for Creation Research
  • Professor of Chemistry - University of New Orleans
  • Professor of Physical Chemistry - University of New Orleans
  • Position, Graduate Education and Research - University of New Orleans
  • President - Gulf Coast
  • President - Origins Resource Association of Louisiana
  • Professor of Physical Chemistry - LSU
  • Professor Emeritus of Chemistry - University of New Orleans , Louisiana
  • Professor Emeritus of Chemistry - New Orleans Tulane University
  • B.S., Chemistry - Loyola University
  • M.S. Degree - Tulane University
  • Ph.D., Chemistry - Tulane University

from In Six Days

Certainly it must be agreed among rational individuals that for anyone bold enough to admit it, the origins issue is strictly a matter of history. Having been initiated and completed prior to the genesis of man at some time in the past, the events of this origins process are nonrepeatable. It matters not whether one believes the mechanism of the process to be via de fiat actions of a supernatural intelligence, some naturalistic evolutionary process, or a mixture of the two; the fact remains that the material universe is in a stable state of static equilibrium.[1]