Author - Jeremy D. Blaschke

Jeremy has always been fascinated by small creatures and their place in God’s creation. As an undergraduate at Bryan College, he majored in biology with a minor in origins research. He then earned his masters and PhD from the University of Tennessee, where he focused on the diversification of parasitoid flies around the world. Currently an associate professor of biology at Union University, Jeremy teaches zoology and environmental ethics, researches the systematics of bug-killing flies and cricket-assassin wasps, and writes on the complicated dialogue between Christian theology and parasite biology.

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