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.

George Romanes

George RomanesGeorge John Romanes (1848-1894) was a follower and personal friend of Charles Darwin, as well as author of many books promoting evolution. He was a gifted biologist and physiologist, as well as a zealous evolutionist.

James Bell Pettigrew

James Bell Pettigrew (1834 -1908) was author of a well-known 19th century treatise on "Design in Nature," which was a real classic in this field. Even though Pettigrew allowed for evolution, He amassed a tremendous amount of evidence for design. He was one of the outstanding anatomists and physiologists of the 19th century, serving as president of the Royal Medical Society and authoring over 15 significant volumes in his disciplines.

James Clerk Maxwell

James Clerk Maxwell. Engraving by G. J. Stodart from a photograph by Fergus of GreenackJames Clerk Maxwell (1831 -1879) lived a short, but uniquely productive, life. One of the greatest scientists of all time, he was also a sincere Bible-believing Christian.

Joseph Lister

Joseph Lister, 1st Baron ListerJoseph Lister, First Baron Lister (1827 -1912) was an English surgeon whose great contribution was the development of antiseptic surgery through the use of chemical disinfectants.

Gregor Mendel

Gregor MendelGregor Johann Mendel (1822 -1884) may seem out of place in this list at first, since we know little of his personal beliefs.

Philip H. Gosse

Philip H. GossePhilip Henry Gosse (1810 -1888) was a British ornithologist and author of numerous books on zoology. He was made a fellow of the Royal Society in 1865.

Rudolph Virchow

Rudolph VirchowRudolph Carl Virchow (1821 -1902) is included here because of his strong opposition to the evolutionary teachings of Darwin and Haeckel, as well as his strong social conscience.

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