Deceased Inductees

The Creation Science Hall of Fame recognizes scientists, living or dead, who have contributed to our understanding of creation and the Creator. Modern science began with the Renaissance, so the Hall of Fame begins there also.

William Ramsay

Sir William Ramsay at workWilliam Ramsay (1852 -1916) , well-known as an evangelical Christian chemist, was the co-discoverer of argon and the other inert gases.

Paul Lemoine

Paul Lemoine (1878 -1940) was President of the Geological Society of France, Director of the Natural History Museum in Paris, and a chief editor of the Encyclopedic Francaise, 1937 edition. In that work, in the article on evolution, he stated: "The theory of evolution is impossible. At base, in spite of appearances, no one any longer believes in it....

Douglas Dewar

Douglas Dewar (1875 -1957) was a founder of the Evolution Protest Movement in London in 1932 and was a long-time leader of this organization. He had been a graduate of Cambridge in Natural Science and was an evolutionist in his early career, even authoring books on evolution. He had a distinguished career in India, both in politics and as a naturalist and ornithologist, authoring more than 20 books on the birds and the history of India.

Charles Stine

Charles Stine (1882-1954) was for many years Director of Research for the E. I. duPont company. As an organic chemist with many degrees and honors, he developed many new products and patents for his company. He was a man of top eminence in his field, but also a simple believing Christian. He frequently spoke to scientific and university audiences concerning his faith and also wrote a small book entitled^ Chemist and His Bible. After a stirring exposition of the gospel and an appeal to accept Christ, Dr.

Howard A. Kelly

Howard A. Kelly as a young manHoward Atwood Kelly (1858 -1943) was a great American Surgeon, Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics for 22 years with the outstanding medical school at Johns Hopkins University.

A. H. Sayce

Archibald Henry Sayce (1845 -1933) was an English philologist and archeologist whose studies contributed significantly to the vindication through archeology of the historical sections of the Old Testament. A long-time professor at Oxford, Sayce was probably the foremost Assyriologist of all time, as well as an expert on the Hittites. When he began his career, he was steeped in higher criticism, but the hard facts from the archeological and linguistic investigations in which he played a leading role contributed to his conversion to Biblical Christianity.

William Mitchell Ramsay

Sir William Mitchell Ramsay (1851 -1939) was among the greatest of all archeologists. A liberal in theology as a result of his university studies, he was converted to true Biblical Christianity as a result of his own uniquely extensive archeological discoveries in Asia Minor, which confirmed fully the historical statements in the book of Acts especially. He was author of over 20 books, most of which were written to provide archeological support and illumination for the New Testament. He also served as professor at Oxford and Aberdeen Universities.

Edward W. Maunder

Edward W. Maunder. Photo: Hector MacphersonEdward Walter Maunder (1851-1928) was a prominent British astronomer who was a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, as well as founder and president of the British Astronomical Association.

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