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| The divine comedy|
Lawrence Ford was for a time the Institute for Creation Research's Director of Communications. He was the editor of their Acts & Facts magazine and other ICR publications, and was in charge of the ICR's various strayings into the world of social media. He seemed to run both the ICR's Twitter and Facebook, and had his own Twitter account that parroted the ICR's new articles. He wrote the editor's column on Acts & Facts and was also on the ICR's speakers list.
|Institute for Creation Research—the original creationist organisation:|
|Alpha-Omega Institute - Andrew Snelling - Brian Thomas - Danny Faulkner - David A. DeWitt - Duane Gish - Henry M. Morris - Institute for Creation Research - Jason Lisle - Jeffrey Tomkins - Jerry Bergman - John D. Morris - Lists of creationist scientists - Nathaniel Jeanson - RATE - Russell Humphreys - San Diego Christian College - TRACS - Timothy LaHaye - Your Origins Matter|