Gordon H. Hisayasu, a soft-spoken man whose accepting nature makes everything about his life always enough. He values 'respect' above all things and believes one's character is hallmark in how they move about the world. He speaks few words, but when writing his perspective and thoughts, his creative flow become his voice and art.
Gordon spends much time reading and researching in the area of 'creationism and science.' His belief that man's difficulty in bridging them together is founded on the oppositional nature of the human condition, all too unrelenting to even consider the possibilities. Clearly valuing both evidence and Christian beliefs, he writes to share his journey of personal understanding.
Gordon Hisayasu's career spans 33 years in the field of laboratory science. His scientific inclinations stem from his medical education, degrees, certifications and career in the field of toxicology and laboratory science. His formal education and personal research does not stand alone in his writing, but is interfaced with his Biblical studies and Christian life.
Beside his writing about science and the Christian journey, his rather sensitive and poetic nature has produced many wonderful creative pieces.
He does not write to 'talk at people' but offers his writings as a beginning for open dialogue with those who are willing to share their perspectives.
Written by L. K. Craft
It is strange to write knowing it will be read by others. I have written all my life. It was a means to organize and develop ideas within myself and, perhaps, a tool to preserve thoughts that lay inside me, crying to get out. I wrote only for myself, sharing my writings with no one, with the small hope that someday my son may read them (he passed away 8-10-06). My writings exist as a conglomeration of essays, scratched out mostly on handwritten crumbly sheets of paper, not dated, and thrown in various folders. Surprisingly, it was fun and interesting to go through these papers and find the continuity of thought I carried throughout the years.
Gordon H. Hisayasu