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California Pacific School of Theology

Dr. Richard Fales

Dr. Richard Fales

Dr. Richard M. Fales has lectured on Biblical Archaeology and Creation Science for many years. He has been a popular lecturer/speaker on archaeological topics at colleges, universities, seminaries, high schools, churches and civic clubs in the U.S. and abroad. He holds a Ph.D. from Saint Charles University, Louisiana and a Litt.D. from California Graduate School of Theology in Southern California.

In 1983, Dr. Fales joined the teaching staff at Cal Grad where he taught Archaeology, New Testament Greek, and Apologetics from 1983 to1995. During his tenure, he also served as academic dean and vice-president.

Dr. Fales has conducted radio interviews, which were featured as part of the Institute of Creation Research ICR) 'Science, Scripture and Salvation' broadcasts. He also served as a guest lecturer at ICR's graduate school in Southern California.

Over the years, Professor Fales has led 15 archaeology lecture/survey tours to Rome, Athens, Jerusalem, and Egypt. His archaeological field and survey experience includes Second and Third Seminole War forts, American Civil War battlefields, Colonial Spanish sites, Mid-Eastern (Israeli and Roman) battlefields, as well as being an active participant in dinosaur excavations in Colorado, Texas, and North Dakota.

One of Dr. Fales’ most recent book publications is entitled “Koine Greek.” Because of his expertise and experience, Professor Fales has appeared as an archaeology spokesman and advisor for radio, film, T.V., and video projects.