|As a Biblical Archaeologist, he is among a select group of professionals worldwide. And as one of the few Black Biblical Archaeologists in the country, Dr. Dye is a popular lecturer, sharing not only with the Body of Christ, but with others, the awesomeness of God's creations.
He has taught archaeology for 30 years and has traveled to more than 45 countries around the world doing field work. Dr. Dye does travel study tours and he also works in the prisons, juvenile camps, private and public educational institutions, churches, clubs and various organizations, delving into the origins of life issues and records the fossils. He currently has archaeological projects in Israel, Mexico, South Africa, as well as working on vertebrae paleontology and ichnology in Glenrose, Texas at the Paluxy River Bed.
Dr. Dye is also a lecturing archaeologist for the Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose, Texas and an area supervisor of the museum's many archaeological digs. The museum itself holds vast evidence of a worldwide catastrophic event that destroyed humans and dinosaurs alike during the same time period.
He credits Dr. Richard Fales (renowned Biblical Archaeologist from Northridge, CA) with changing the course of his life by encouraging him to study archaeology, because there was such a need for it to be taught in churches, plus he had never met a Black archaeologist.
Dr. Dye continuously studys Biblical Archaeology at the University of Judaism. In addition, he has studied archaeology at UCLA, concentrating on Mayan Text, Mayan Sacred Text, the World of Rock Art, and Egypt After the Pyramids. His busy schedule is proof of his desire to obey the scripture which admonishes us to "Study to show thyself approved unto God . . ."
Dr. Dye says, "The more Word of God one has on the inside, the more one is able to overcome any obstacle. Preparation is the key. One should be prepared to be a channel through which God can use to help others come to a knowledge of the truth." "The more one sweats during the time of peace, the less one will bleed during the time of war." -- U.S.M.C
Dr. Dye further states, "My thought is this: The search for knowledge and understanding of the physical universe and living things that inhabit it should be conducted under conditions of intellectual freedom without religious, political, or ideological restrictions, that freedom of inquiry and dissemination of ideas require that those so engaged be free to search where their inquiry leads without political censorship and fear of retributions or consequence, whether its unpopular or not, so those who challenge existing theories must be protected from retaliatory reactions."
Biblical Archaeological Society (Los Angeles)
Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum (Crosbyton, TX)
UCLA Friends of Archaeology
Fellowship of Inner City Word of Faith Ministries
Member of the National Association of Black Geologists and Geophysicists
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