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Steve Biggs

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Born in Mobile, Alabama. Educated in public schools in Mobile County until graduation from high school. Attended the University of Alabama from 1964 to 1968. Graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering. During my sophomore year, I married Janet McCrary. I have spent nearly 40 years working in the chemical manufacturing business - from production engineer to CEO. We have two children - Andrew and Mollie -  and four grandchildren - Jenny, Poppins, Miles and Jules. Janet and I have lived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Fresno, California and Ridgecrest, California. We moved back to Alabama in 1994 and I started my consulting firm. We have travelled extensively around the globe but are now convinced we have found the place we need to be. I started writing in 2007. My first book was a science fiction book titled "Forest Man". Since then I have written two others, including a science/philosophy/theology book titled "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt -Should a reasonable person believe in God?" It is an apologetics book written for those people who have little or no scientific training. I am currently working on an updated and expanded version of the book to be published in the spring of 2015.


I became a Christian at the age of 25 years old. I decided that life by itself was not going to fulfill or satisfy. There had to be more. I found what I was looking for in Jesus Christ. Since that day my life has meaning and hope.


B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Alabama, 1968
Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, 1986 - 1987 Executive Education Program
Distinguished Fellow of the College of Engineering - The University of Alabama
Outstanding Fellow of the Department of Chemical Engineering - The University of Alabama