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In 1977, Ham began teaching at a high school in Brisbane where he met John Mackay, another teacher who believed in young Earth creationism. According to Susan and William Trollinger, Ham was “appalled by the fact that some of his students assumed their textbooks that taught evolutionary science successfully proved the Bible to be untrue,” and he said the experience “put a ‘fire in my bones’ to do something about the influence that evolutionary thinking was having on students and the public as a whole. ” In 1979, he resigned his teaching position and, with his wife, founded Creation Science Supplies and Creation Science Educational Media Services, which provided resources for the teaching of creationism in the public schools of Queensland, a practice allowed at the time. In 1980, the Hams and Mackay merged the two organizations with Carl Wieland’s Creation Science Association to form the Creation Science Foundation (CSF).

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