A Systematic Theology Vol. VII: A Doctrinal Summary

A Systematic Theology Vol. VII: A Doctrinal Summary

by Rev. Norman E. Carlson BTh


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ISBN-13: 9781978348547
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/17/2017
Pages: 166
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.35(d)

About the Author

For most of my life I've worked 50-70+ hrs/Week.
I was formerly founder and president of Aerospace Associates Inc.(AAI) of Colorado Springs CO. (Dec. 1976-Jan 1999) In the Defense Industry, I have held many positions, notably; employed as a Radar Systems Engineer, a Senior Software Engineer, a Radar Site Analyst, and as an Aerospace Scientist. In this industry through AAI, I've been an industry consultant for 20 years.
I've helped design and install some of our largest Missile warning radar systems, BMEWS and PAVE PAWS; developed Requirements Analysis Specifications including mathematical specifications for several space projects (DSP and MCCC). I've has taught courses and tutored students in the areas of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations, vector analysis, theory of equations, Orbital Mechanics, and Radar systems.
The list of Aerospace and other scientific publications include more than 250 documents (some of book or larger sizes) generated for many employers in the defense industry. One of these written in 1962 is a book that derives the equations for orbital mechanics as applied to satellites and ballistic missiles for single site radar stations. Another for the AFSCN, was a mathematical Specification For the Calibration of the Defense Satellite Project's (DSP) 16 Ground Stations Worldwide. These are available upon request from the author.
Since 2011 Rev. Carlson has written, edited, and published on Create Space/AMAZON, 28 books for our School, The Colorado Free Bible College. These were written mostly from Class notes and computerized information saved over a period of 45 years. His first computer was a "CPM" machine purchased in 1976.

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