Famous Scientists' belief in Creator
Posted 09 February 2007 - 01:55 AM
Einstein is probably the best known and most highly revered scientist of the twentieth century, and is associated with major revolutions in our thinking about time, gravity, and the conversion of matter to energy (E=mc2).
Although never coming to belief in a personal God, he recognized the impossibility of a non-created universe. The Encyclopedia Britannica says of him: "Firmly denying atheism, Einstein expressed a belief in "Spinoza's God who reveals himself in the harmony of what exists." This actually motivated his interest in science, as he once remarked to a young physicist: "I want to know how God created this world, I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, in the spectrum of this or that element. I want to know His thoughts, the rest are details."
Einstein's famous epithet on the "uncertainty principle" was "God does not play dice" - and to him this was a real statement about a God in whom he believed. A famous saying of his was "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
Posted 18 August 2007 - 06:47 PM
Many scientists, including many of the most famous of scientists, are advocates of Creation over Evolution.
Gerald E. Aardsma (physicist and radiocarbon dating)
Louis Agassiz (helped develop the study of glacial geology and of ichthyology)
Alexander Arndt (analytical chemist, etc.) [more info]
Steven A. Austin (geologist and coal formation expert) [more info]
Charles Babbage (helped develop science of computers / developed actuarial tables and the calculating machine)
Francis Bacon (developed the Scientific Method)
Thomas G. Barnes (physicist) [more info]
Robert Boyle (helped develop sciences of chemistry and gas dynamics)
Wernher von Braun (pioneer of rocketry and space exploration)
David Brewster (helped develop science of optical mineralogy)
Arthur V. Chadwick (geologist) [more info]
Melvin Alonzo Cook (physical chemist, Nobel Prize nominee) [more info]
Georges Cuvier (helped develop sciences of comparative anatomy and vertebrate paleontology)
Humphry Davy (helped develop science of thermokinetics)
Donald B. DeYoung (physicist, specializing in solid-state, nuclear science and astronomy) [more info]
Henri Fabre (helped develop science of insect entomology)
Michael Faraday (helped develop science of electromagnetics / developed the Field Theory / invented the electric generator)
Danny R. Faulkner (astronomer) [more info]
Ambrose Fleming (helped develop science of electronics / invented thermionic valve)
Robert V. Gentry (physicist and chemist) [more info]
Duane T. Gish (biochemist) [more info]
John Grebe (chemist) [more info]
Joseph Henry (invented the electric motor and the galvanometer / discovered self-induction)
William Herschel (helped develop science of galactic astronomy / discovered double stars / developed the Global Star Catalog)
George F. Howe (botanist) [more info]
D. Russell Humphreys (award-winning physicist) [more info]
James P. Joule (developed reversible thermodynamics)
Johann Kepler (helped develop science of physical astronomy / developed the Ephemeris Tables)
John W. Klotz (geneticist and biologist) [more info]
Leonid Korochkin (geneticist) [more info]
Lane P. Lester (geneticist and biologist) [more info]
Carolus Linnaeus (helped develop sciences of taxonomy and systematic biology / developed the Classification System)
Joseph Lister (helped develop science of antiseptic surgery)
Frank L. Marsh (biologist) [more info]
Matthew Maury (helped develop science of oceanography/hydrography)
James Clerk Maxwell (helped develop the science of electrodynamics)
Gregor Mendel (founded the modern science of genetics)
Samuel F. B. Morse (invented the telegraph)
Isaac Newton (helped develop science of dynamics and the discipline of calculus / father of the Law of Gravity / invented the reflecting telescope)
Gary E. Parker (biologist and paleontologist) [more info]
Blaise Pascal (helped develop science of hydrostatics / invented the barometer)
Louis Pasteur (helped develop science of bacteriology / discovered the Law of Biogenesis / invented fermentation control / developed vaccinations and immunizations)
William Ramsay (helped develop the science of isotopic chemistry / discovered inert gases)
John Ray (helped develop science of biology and natural science)
Lord Rayleigh (helped develop science of dimensional analysis)
Bernhard Riemann (helped develop non-Euclidean geometry)
James Simpson (helped develop the field of gynecology / developed the use of chloroform)
Nicholas Steno (helped develop the science of stratigraphy)
George Stokes (helped develop science of fluid mechanics)
Charles B. Thaxton (chemist) [more info]
William Thompson (Lord Kelvin) (helped develop sciences of thermodynamics and energetics / invented the Absolute Temperature Scale / developed the Trans-Atlantic Cable)
Larry Vardiman (astrophysicist and geophysicist) [more info]
Leonardo da Vinci (helped develop science of hydraulics)
Rudolf Virchow (helped develop science of pathology)
A.J. (Monty) White (chemist) [more info]
A.E. Wilder-Smith (chemist and pharmacology expert) [more info]
John Woodward (helped develop the science of paleontology)
Many times we hear the phrase "all scientists believe or accept evolution as fact" or that "the overwhelming majority of scientists believe or accept Darwinian evolution."
This is simply not true. Even if this was true, remember that majority opinion does not validate truth, and majority opinion does not prove anything. The philosophical bias of the individual influences them far greater than any "scientific evidence."
The scientists listed below have all signed their names as agreeing to the statement:
"I am skeptical of claims for the ability of random mutation and natural selection to account for the complexity of life. Careful examination of the evidence for Darwinian theory should be encouraged."
Henry F.Schaefer: Director, Center for Computational Quantum Chemistry: U. of Georgia
Fred Sigworth: Prof. of Cellular & Molecular Physiology- Grad. School: Yale U.
Philip S. Skell: Emeritus Prof. Of Chemistry: NAS member
Frank Tipler: Prof. of Mathematical Physics: Tulane U.
Robert Kaita: Plasma Physics Lab: Princeton U.
Michael Behe: Prof. of Biological Science: Lehigh U.
Walter Hearn: PhD Biochemistry-U of Illinois
Tony Mega: Assoc. Prof. of Chemistry: Whitworth College
Dean Kenyon: Prof. Emeritus of Biology: San Francisco State U.
Marko Horb: Researcher, Dept. of Biology & Biochemistry: U. of Bath, UK
Daniel Kubler: Asst. Prof. of Biology: Franciscan U. of Steubenville
David Keller: Assoc. Prof. of Chemistry: U. of New Mexico
James Keesling: Prof. of Mathematics: U. of Florida
Roland F. Hirsch: PhD Analytical Chemistry-U. of Michigan
Robert Newman: PhD Astrophysics-Cornell U.
Carl Koval: Prof., Chemistry & Biochemistry: U. of Colorado, Boulder
Tony Jelsma: Prof. of Biology: Dordt College
William A.Dembski: PhD Mathematics-U. of Chicago: George Lebo: Assoc. Prof. of Astronomy: U. of Florida
Timothy G. Standish: PhD Environmental Biology-George Mason U.
James Keener: Prof. of Mathematics & Adjunct of Bioengineering: U. of Utah
Robert J. Marks: Prof. of Signal & Image Processing: U. of Washington
Carl Poppe: Senior Fellow: Lawrence Livermore Laboratories
Siegfried Scherer: Prof. of Microbial Ecology: Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Gregory Shearer: Internal Medicine, Research: U. of California, Davis
Joseph Atkinson: PhD Organic Chemistry-M.I.T.: American Chemical Society, member
Lawrence H. Johnston: Emeritus Prof. of Physics: U. of Idaho
Scott Minnich: Prof., Dept of Microbiology, Molecular Biology & Biochem: U. of Idaho
David A. DeWitt: PhD Neuroscience-Case Western U.
Theodor Liss: PhD Chemistry-M.I.T. Braxton Alfred: Emeritus Prof. of Anthropology: U. of British Columbia
Walter Bradley: Prof. Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering: Texas A & M
Paul D. Brown: Asst. Prof. of Environmental Studies: Trinity Western U. (Canada)
Marvin Fritzler: Prof. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: U. of Calgary, Medical School Theodore Saito: Project Manager: Lawrence Livermore Laboratories
Muzaffar Iqbal: PhD Chemistry-U. of Saskatchewan: Center for Theology the Natural Sciences
William S. Pelletier: Emeritus Distinguished Prof. of Chemistry: U. of Georgia, Athens
Keith Delaplane: Prof. of Entomology: U. of Georgia
Ken Smith: Prof. of Mathematics: Central Michigan U.
Clarence Fouche: Prof. of Biology: Virginia Intermont College
Thomas Milner: Asst. Prof. of Biomedical Engineering: U. of Texas, Austin
Brian J.Miller: PhD Physics-Duke U.
Paul Nesselroade: Assoc. Prof. of Psychology: Simpson College
Donald F.Calbreath: Prof. of Chemistry: Whitworth College
William P. Purcell: PhD Physical Chemistry-Princeton U.
Wesley Allen: Prof. of Computational Quantum Chemistry: U. of Georgia
Jeanne Drisko: Asst. Prof., Kansas Medical Center: U. of Kansas, School of Medicine
Chris Grace: Assoc. Prof. of Psychology: Biola U.
Wolfgang Smith: Prof. Emeritus-Mathematics: Oregon State U.
Rosalind Picard: Assoc. Prof. Computer Science: M.I.T.
Garrick Little: Senior Scientist, Li-Cor: Li-Cor
John L. Omdahl: Prof. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: U. of New Mexico
Martin Poenie: Assoc. Prof. of Molecular Cell & Developmental Bio: U. of Texas, Austin
Russell W.Carlson: Prof. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: U. of Georgia
Hugh Nutley: Prof. Emeritus of Physics & Engineering: Seattle Pacific U.
David Berlinski: PhD Philosophy-Princeton: Mathematician, Author
Neil Broom: Assoc. Prof., Chemical & Materials Engineeering: U. of Auckland
John Bloom: Assoc. Prof., Physics: Biola U.
James Graham: Professional Geologist, Sr. Program Manager: National Environmental Consulting Firm
John Baumgardner: Technical Staff, Theoretical Division: Los Alamos National Laboratory
Fred Skiff: Prof. of Physics: U. of Iowa
Paul Kuld: Assoc. Prof., Biological Science: Biola U.
Yongsoon Park: Senior Research Scientist: St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City
Moorad Alexanian: Prof. of Physics: U. of North Carolina, Wilmington
Donald Ewert: Director of Research Administration: Wistar Institute
Joseph W. Francis: Assoc. Prof. of Biology: Cedarville U.
Thomas Saleska: Prof. of Biology: Concordia U.
Ralph W. Seelke: Prof. & Chair of Dept. of Biology & Earth Sciences: U. of Wisconsin, Superior
James G. Harman: Assoc. Chair, Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry: Texas Tech U.
Lennart Moller: Prof. of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institute: U. of Stockholm
Raymond G. Bohlin: PhD Molecular & Cell Biology-U. of Texas:
Fazale R. Rana: PhD Chemistry-Ohio U.
Michael Atchison: Prof. of Biochemistry: U. of Pennsylvania, Vet School
William S. Harris: Prof. of Basic Medical Sciences: U. of Missouri, Kansas City
Rebecca W. Keller: Research Prof., Dept. of Chemistry: U. of New Mexico
Terry Morrison: PhD Chemistry-Syracuse U.
Robert F. DeHaan: PhD Human Development-U. of Chicago
Matti Lesola: Prof., Laboratory of Bioprocess Engineering: Helsinki U. of Technology
Bruce Evans: Assoc. Prof. of Biology: Huntington College
Jim Gibson: PhD Biology-Loma Linda U.
David Ness: PhD Anthropology-Temple U.
Bijan Nemati: Senior Engineer: Jet Propulsion Lab (NASA)
Edward T. Peltzer: PhD Scripps Institution of Oceanography / University of California, San Diego.
Stan E. Lennard: Clinical Assoc. Prof. of Surgery: U. of Washington
Rafe Payne: Prof. & Chair, Biola Dept. of Biological Sciences: Biola U.
Phillip Savage: Prof. of Chemical Engineering: U. of Michigan
Pattle Pun: Prof. of Biology: Wheaton College
Jed Macosko: Postdoctoral Researcher-Molecular Biology: U. of California, Berkeley
Daniel Dix: Assoc. Prof. of Mathematics: U. of South Carolina
Ed Karlow: Chair, Dept. of Physics: LaSierra U.
James Harbrecht: Clinical Assoc. Prof.: U. of Kansas Medical Center
Robert W. Smith: Prof. of Chemistry: U. of Nebraska, Omaha
Robert DiSilvestro: PhD Biochemistry-Texas A & M U., Professor, Human Nutrition, Ohio State University
David Prentice: Prof., Dept. of Life Sciences: Indiana State U.
Walt Stangl: Assoc. Prof. of Mathematics: Biola U.
Jonathan Wells: PhD Molecular & Cell Biology-U. of California, Berkeley:
James Tour: Chao Prof. of Chemistry: Rice U.
Todd Watson: Asst. Prof. of Urban & Community Forestry: Texas A & M U.
Robert Waltzer: Assoc. Prof. of Biology: Belhaven College
Vincente Villa: Prof. of Biology: Southwestern U.
Richard Sternberg: Postdoctoral Fellow, Invertebrate Biology: Smithsonian Institute
James Tumlin: Assoc. Prof. of Medicine: Emory U. Charles Thaxton: PhD Physical Chemistry-Iowa State U.
- Clearly all scientists do NOT believe in or accept evolution as a irrefutable fact.
Posted 18 August 2007 - 10:23 PM
Posted 18 August 2007 - 11:41 PM
The list you gave is just a short list and is not inclusive of all scientists that believe in creation, a young earth and the worldwide flood of Noah's time. This list is growing rapidly by the day as evolution is being disproved more and more each day. God's word is the truth and will overcome all other falsehoods.
A few nights ago I happened to come across a program on TBN about scientists disproving the theory of evolution. I cannot explain everything as they did....but basically, they said that everything is so very complex in all of creation....and also that evolution goes against some known scientific laws. Also, there are no transition fossils. Therefore they said the theory of evolution can't be true.
Posted 19 August 2007 - 08:16 AM
There is a wonderful book written by an individual that was led to believe in God because of the scientific evidence that the world was created.
and here is another one:
Some websites that have some excellent material on this with many articles written by scientists.
The following link is various articles written by scientists and educators with quite a few of them written by myself.
Posted 07 October 2007 - 12:51 AM
The Mount St Helens eruption has also disproved many other supposed "truths of evolution". Trees that have not been fossilized nor coalified have been found to be growing in an upright position through coal and some through many geological layers.
I saw a program today on TBN on this same subject of Mount St. Helens disproving evolution. They mentioned how many vast layers were wiped away by the eruption...uncovering, as you mentioned, the upright trees and other roughly, stacked trees that would signify a worldwide flood, as in Noah's time.
Posted 08 March 2008 - 09:08 PM
Posted 04 December 2008 - 08:03 PM
Posted 24 March 2010 - 06:28 PM
The problem is our universities are opposed to giving jobs to Creation scientists. Even our other schools, media, etc, are in favor of teaching evolution as a fact when it is just a theory.
Posted 20 November 2010 - 10:59 PM
Matthew Maury, considered the father of oceanography.
"The study of the book of Job and its comparison with the latest scientific discoveries has brought me to the matured conviction that the Bible is an inspired book and was written by the One who made the stars."
Charles Burckhalter, Chabot Observatory
from Scientific Facts in the Bible by Ray Comfort
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