LDS patriarch pens evolution book

Howard Stutz had the most varied life of any man I’ve ever known. A Golden Gloves boxing champ, coach, high school teacher and principal, member of General Patton’s Third Army in World War II, Mormonism’s first formally trained evolutionary geneticist, head of academic departments at two different institutions of higher learning, president of a local junior chamber of commerce, Brigham Young University faculty member, Latter-day Saint high councilor, bishop and stake patriarch — that’s just for starters.

His research activities took him to Morocco and Spain, to the Middle East where he tramped the slopes of Mt. Ararat, and intensively across the rangelands of western North America. And in his later years he authored a small book outlining what those very broad experiences had taught him about our world.

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