Christopher Hugh Kawal Persaud is a Christian apologist and Bible Prophecy and Origins scholar who immigrated to the USA in the early nineteen-eighties. He was born in Guyana (then British Guiana), and now lives in New Jersey, USA with his wife Pamela and their three sons Duane, Jason and Justin.
Christopher has been a financial services professional for many years, firstly in the public accounting sector in Guyana and more recently in the non-profit accounting industry in the USA. He is a qualified accountant, tax adviser and financial planner. Christopher served for a number of years as an Audit Manager with the public accounting firm of Thomas, Stoll, Dias & Company (now Deloitte & Touche) in Georgeteown, Guyana in the late nineteen-seventies and as a Senior Officer of the Government-owned Guyana National Co-operative Bank (Georgetown, Guyana) from 1976 to 1982. He was also a Director on the Board of the Guyana National Co-operative Bank Trust Corporation (Georgetown, Guyana), the largest public lending institution in the country at the time, from 1979 to 1982.
Writing Career and Other Interests
A deeply religious individual, Christopher is convinced that it was through God's providence that he survived a near-fatal motor vehicle accident in Guyana in 1978 (God In Our Midst, 2003, Xlibris Corp. pgs. 19-23). Apart from a number of minor injuries, he suffered a broken leg and an almost severed right hand. An account of the 1978 accident and the mention of other "miracles" in his life are contained in Persaud's 2003 book, God In Our Midst (Xlibris Corporation, USA). Persaud's other books include Famous People Speak About Jesus (Xlibris Corporation, 2004); Transformed Lives (Xlibris Corporation, 2005) and Evolution: Beyond the Realm of Real Science (Xulon Press, USA, 2007); The Da Vinci Code Revisited: A Conclusive Refutation of the Widespread, Sinister Lie (Xlibris Corporation, 2010).
Among Christopher's literary accomplishments is being selected Grand Prize Winner in the 2008 national Christian Choice Book Awards contest for his work Evolution: Beyond the Realm of Real Science (Xulon Press, USA, 2007), the latter book being named the 2008 Christian Choice Book of the Year. . . . . There are over 20 categories represented in the contest, with each category having a first place winner and two runners up. The Grand Prize Winner and two runners up are selected from the winners of the various categories. Each year's Grand Prize Winner is honored nationally in print and on the radio and is featured in a radio advertisement on more than 100 Christian radio stations nationwide. In 2010, Christopher again won a national award for his writing. His book The Da Vinci Code Revisited: A Conclusive Refutation of the Widespread, Sinister Lie (Xlibris Corporation, 2010) won first prize in the Theology category of the 2010 Christian Choice Book Awards. Like his previous award, Persaud's win was noted nationally on the Internet and in press releases in various newspapers around the country. . . . . . In addition to his theological research and documentation, Persaud makes occasional apologetics presentations and delivers speeches at religious institutions.
Chris also writes poems, some of which have been published in a number of American and International Poetry anthologies. He is listed in Who's Who in Poetry, Volume II (World of Poetry Press, 1988, pg. 64). He won the Golden Poet Award in 1988 (World of Poetry Press, USA) and his published poems appear in The Golden Treasury of Great Poems (World of Poetry Press, USA, 1988), American Poetry Anthology (American Poetry Association, Vol.VII, Number 5, USA, 1988) and Great Poems of the Western World (Famous Poets Press, USA, 2006). He dabbles in art and is an amateur photographer.