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George Javor

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George T. Javor is an emeritus research Professor of Biochemistry, School of Medicine, Loma Linda University, in Loma Linda, California. He retired from full-time teaching at Loma Linda in 2006. He holds a B.S. in chemistry from Brown University and a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Columbia University, New York in 1969.[1] He completed post-doctoral studies at Rockefeller University.[2] Dr. Javor is member of the American Society for Microbiology and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.[3]

George Javor is a practicing scientist and a believer in a six-day creation.[4]

New Leipzig, North Dakota, USA
Phone (701) 584-2865



  • Javor, George T (1979). Once Upon a Molecule. Southern Publishing Association. pp. 31. ISBN 0812702271. 
  • Javor, George T (1980). The challenge of Cancer. Southern Publishing Association. pp. 96. ISBN 0-81270275-1. 
  • Javor, G.T.: Szemtol szemben a Rakkal. Hungarian Kner Press, Bekescsaba, Hungary, 76 pages, 1988.
  • Javor, George T (2005). Evidences for Creation. Hagerstown, MD: Review & Herald Publishers. pp. 141. ISBN 0-8280-1827-8. 
  • Javor, George T; Justinen, Lars(Illustrator) (2012). A Scientist Celebrates Creation. Teach Services. pp. 132. ISBN 1-57258684-2. 


  • Javor, G.T.: Message of the molecules. Andrews Univ. Focus., Suppl. 20, June-July.
  • Javor, G.T. and Snow, G.E.: The Apollo sixteen mission and biochemical evolution. Review & Herald, Mar. 14, 1974.
  • Javor, G.T.: Dr. Urey's mistake. Signs of the Times, 14-17, Nov. 1974.
  • Javor, G.T.: Evidence of the enzymes. Ministry, 9-11, Sept, 1975.
  • Snow, G.E. and Javor, G.T.: Atmospheric Oxygen rules out evolution. Ministry, Aug., pp.16-18, 1976.
  • Javor, G.T.: Rearranging life's building blocks. Ministry, 18-20, Aug., 1978.
  • Javor, G.T.: New data from Venus surprises scientists. Ministry 24-25, Nov, 1979.
  • Javor, G.T.: Some recent data from Venus and Jupiter: implications for cosmogony. Origins 7:12-22, 1980.
  • Javor. G.T.: Does matter have an origin? Remenyseg Hangja (hungarian) #I, 3, p 21, 1984.
  • Javor, G.T.: Life, an evidence for creation. Origins 11:105-107.
  • Javor, G.T.: Is there life in space? Remenyseg Hangja (hungarian) #2, 3, p 18-19, 1985.
  • Javor, G.T.: Mysteries of inner space. Adventist Review, 12-13, June 11, 1987.
  • Javor, G.T.: Is there life in Space? Adventist Review, 17-18, July 16, 1987.
  • Javor, G.T.: Origin of life: a look at late 20th Century thinking. Origins 14:7-20, 1987.
  • Javor, G.T.: Can we believe the first two chapters of Genesis? Remenyseg Hangja (hungarian) #5, 4, p 18-19.
  • Javor, G.T.: A new theory to understand the origin of life: The theory of surface metabolism. Origins 16:40-44, 1989.
  • Javor, G.T.: Similarities and diversity among organisms: Which World View Do They Support? Creation Research Society Quarterly. 28#1, p 25-27, 1991.
  • Javor, G. T.: The Origin of Life, A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Liberty 88:No 5, p6-11 (1993).
  • Javor, G. T. : The Sounds of Space. Adventist Review, 171, No 48: 18-19. ( December,1994)
  • Javor, G. T. : Microbes on Mars? Adventist Review, pp 8-11. (October 24, 1996)
  • Javor, G. T. : At the brink of the gene age. Dialogue, 9:12-14, 1997
  • Javor, G. T.: Cloning and the Christian. Adventist Review, pp 8-11(June, 1997)
  • Javor, G. T. : Searching for the creator through the Study of a Bacterium. Christ in the Classroom: Adventist Approaches to the Integration of Faith and Learning. Volume 19. H. M Rasi Compiler. 1997. pp129-139.


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