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.

James Glaisher

James GlaisherJames Glaisher (1809 -1903) was for 34 years superintendent of the department of meteorology and magnetism at the Greenwich Observatory, publishing his standard dew-point tables which are still in use.

John Murray

John Murray (1808 -1892), though not a scientist himself, was the head of the most important publishing firm in England, responsible for the publication of many scientific books, most notably those of Charles Lyell and Charles Darwin. He also wrote many books himself, including at least one (Skepticism in Geology) vigorously and effectively refuting Lyell's uniformitarianism.

P. G. Tait

P. G. TaitPeter Guthrie Tait (1831 -1901) was a Scottish physicist and mathematician who laid the foundation for vector analysis and other techniques of advanced mathematics and mathematical physics.

Balfour Stewart

Balfour StewartBalfour Stewart (1828 -1887) was a Scottish physicist who saw no conflict between the facts of science and the fundamentals of Christianity, expressing this conviction in a number of popular writings.

Thomas Anderson

Thomas AndersonThomas Anderson (1819 -1874) was a Fellow of the Royal Society and a prominent Scotch chemist, discoverer of pyridine and other organic bases.

Joseph Henry Gilbert

Sir Joseph Henry GilbertSir Joseph Henry Gilbert (1817 -1901) was one of the prominent Fellows of the Royal Society who signed the Scientist's Declaration, affirming his faith in the Bible as the Word of God and opposing Darw

Henry Rawlinson

Sir Henry Rawlinson. Drawing: Henry Wyndham PhillipsMaj. Gen. Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, First Baronet (1810 -1895) was one of the greatest archeologists, as well as a devoted Christian and Bible student.

Edward Hitchcock

Edward Hitchcock. Photo: William S. TylerEdward Hitchcock (1793 -1864) was one of the first American geologists of importance, making important studies on glacial geology and serving many years as a Massachusetts state geologist.

Richard Owen

Sir Richard OwenSir Richard Owen (1804 -1892) was one of the strongest scientific opponents of Darwinism during the age of Darwin, writing many articles and delivering many lectures against the ideas of natural selection that were gaining currenc