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Philip Bazlinton MEng studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath. He was commissioned into the British Army before developing a career as a technical planner and business process specialist and now works in systems and product manufacturing within the oil and gas sector. He and his wife attend Soham Baptist Church in Cambridgeshire.
Stephen Bazlinton BDS(Lond), LDS RCS(Eng) has qualifications in Dentistry from Guy’s Hospital in London and was ordained following theological studies at Ridley Hall in Cambridge. He served for three years in Ethiopia with the Society of International Missionaries. He currently lives in Essex and attends and assists in the ministry of Henham, Elsenham and Ugley benefice.
Nancy Darrall BSc, PhD, MSc has a doctorate in Botany from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and went on to spend 14 years in biology research for the Central Electricity Generating Board. She subsequently trained as a Speech and Language Therapist working mainly in the specialism of hearing impairment. She is a member of a Grace Baptist church near Manchester.
Richard Haddow MA studied Mathematics at Cambridge. With experience in information technology and investment banking, he co-founded a management consultancy with offices in London and New York. Having relinquished full-time business commitments, he now teaches secondary-level maths and physics part-time, and serves on the leadership team at North Bradley Baptist Church in Wiltshire.
Martyn Hallett MA, MTh, PGCE has been with BCT since its beginning (as BCM) in 2002. He studied English and Theology at university and taught for 12 years in secondary schools. He currently leads Hope Church Goldington, in Bedford, and is on two national committees of the FIEC (Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches).
Colin Reeves BSc, MPhil, PhD, CStat is Emeritus Professor of Operational Research at Coventry University and continues an active research agenda. In the last 25 years he has published over 100 papers and several books, making particular contributions to the development of evolutionary algorithms. He attends Emmanuel Evangelical Church in Leamington Spa.
David Tyler MSc, PhD FTI MInstP CPhys has a background in the physical sciences. He is Professor of Fashion Technologies at Manchester Metropolitan University, a Fellow of the Textile Institute and a Member of the Institute of Physics. He has written many articles that seek to develop a Christian perspective on origins and is the author of The Guide: Creation – Chance or Design? published by Evangelical Press in 2003. He and his wife are members of Mottram Evangelical Church in Cheshire.
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