Old Earth Creation Society
"To better know the laws of the heavens,
and how God set up their rule over the earth."
(Job 38:33)
Bios of Founders
Dr. Ken Wolgemuth is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Tulsa and a Petroleum
Consultant teaching short courses on petroleum geology and “Geology for the Non-
Geologist”.  He has a BS in chemistry from Wheaton College in Illinois, and MS and PhD
degrees in geochemistry from Columbia University in New York.  He has over 30 years
experience in the energy industry, and is passionate about communicating geology to non-
scientists.  Over the last 10 years, he has developed a keen interest in sharing the geology
of God’s Creation with Christians in churches and seminaries.  He is active with Prison
Fellowship’s Angel Tree project and at Kirk of the Hills Church, an Evangelical Presbyterian
Church.  He lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with his wife, Helen.  They have two children and one
grandchild.  

Gregory S. Bennett has a BS in earth science and an MS in social science from Emporia State
University in Kansas.  He also has an MS in geology from the University of Kansas.  Early in
his career he taught fifth grade science and both middle school and high school earth
science in Kansas and Nebraska.  He also worked as a petroleum geologist for Exxon.  He
now works in the information technology industry providing consulting to universities
throughout the US.  Greg and his wife Michelle live in Tulsa, Oklahoma where they currently
help lead a new church plant.  They have three children in or just out of college.  Greg has
developed curricula and taught courses including Science and Christianity, Christ the
Creator, Team Leadership for the International Literacy Training Institute, Westminster
Shorter Catechism, Pilgrims Progress, and others.