About The Authors

Dr. Gerald Bergman is a multi-award-winning professor and author. He has taught biology, biochemistry, anatomy, genetics, psychology, and other courses for over 40 years at the University of Toledo, the Medical College of Ohio, Bowling Green State University, and other colleges. His 9 degrees include a doctorate from Wayne State University in Detroit, and 5 graduate degrees in science and medicine. The 1,026 college credits he has earned is the equivalent to almost 20 masters degrees and this makes him one of the most highly educated scientists in the world. His 1400 + publications are in over 1500 college libraries in 27 countries.
He has been an invited speaker over 2000 times at colleges, universities, and churches in America, Canada, Europe, and Africa.

Dr. Graham McLennan received his degree in Dentistry from Sydney University. He served as a Captain in the Australian Army, received the Defense Medal and the National Serviceman’s Medal. In addition to being a retired dental surgeon and tutor at the nearby University Dental School, has served on many other national and international Christian boards and charities, as well as co-authoring a number of Christian books and articles. Graham and his wife, Pam, founded Australia’s National Alliance of Christian Leaders (NACL) in 1973. Later, they founded the Christian History Research Institute. He also received the Presidential Medal from the President of Vanuatu for “services to the nation.”

Thomas W. (Tom) Rogers is an independent researcher, author, and president of Reality Research & Development Inc., The Atomic Biology Institute, and Lifetime Reference Guides Inc. He studied at three universities plus two other educational institutes and received awards in biology, chemistry, and physics. His work background prior to 1987 was in engineering, research, manufacturing, and construction. In the development of the new life-science of “atomic biology,” he spent 20 years part-time and 12 years full-time to date at substantial personal cost. As he says, “I did the time and paid the price for a PhD, if done under a university roof.”  In 1987 he began to explore a level of biology deeper than the molecular level and in 2007, development of the science became a full-time calling.  Atomic biology is the study of the essential physical works with atoms for constructing cell-parts, cells, and us. With input from 44 other scholars to date, Tom has written two primers with the help of co-author Dr. Graham McLennan and in 2019 they were joined by Dr. Gerald Bergman to author a study/textbook on How We Are Amazingly Made plus a summary introduction primarily for teaching students and congregations. The Atomic Biology Institute was established in 2018 to begin developing further applications of this new life-science which will benefit education, medicine, nutrition, food production, and related physical and mental improvements.