Arthur Armin (Arthur Babayan) was born in Yerevan in 1958 and from 1991 lives in Los Angeles.
Arthur Armin is the author of many articles and books. He is an honorable doctor and full member of the International Academy of Sciences of Nature and Society (Moscow – Yerevan).
Between 1996-1998, Armin was the chief editor of the popular “Let There Be Light” LA Armenian literary journal.
In 1998, Arthur Armin has received the annual “Jeanie Emerald Star Angel” Award of the California Motion Pictures.
In 1999, he organized “Spurk-Diaspora”, an Armenian cultural-literary society dedicated to the presentation and publication of the work of scholars and writers from around the world.
In 2000, Armin wrote the script and co-produced a documentary film “Right to Exit” on the trial of Dr. Jack Kevorkian (“Dr. Death”).
In 2003, Arthur Armin was made an honorary doctor and made a full member of the International Academy of Sciences of Nature and Society (IASN).
In 2007, the European branch of the IASN for his “Ancient Heathen Bible” awarded Armin with the Cross of St. George.