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.

David Brewster

David BrewsterDavid Brewster (1781-1868) founded the science of optical mineralogy, describing light polarization and inventing the kaleidoscope. He also made notable studies in astronomy, and received many scientific prizes and honors.

Charles Bell

Sir Charles BellSir Charles Bell KH FRS FRSE FRCSE MWS (1774-1842) was one of the greatest anatomists and surgeons. Author of many volumes, he was Professor of Comparative Anatomy at the Royal College of Surgeons in England.

James Parkinson

James Parkinson (1755-1824) was an English physician who made a number of significant medical discoveries. These included recognition of the nature and danger of a perforated appendix, and first describing the condition known ever since as "Parkinson's disease." He was also an ardent amateur geologist, apparently the first to recognize the plant origin of coal. He also wrote extensively on the Biblical flood and its geological effects, especially in the formation of coal and oil.

Jean-André Deluc

Jean-André DelucJean-André Deluc (1727-1817) was a Swiss naturalist and physicist who studied geology and actually coined the word "geology." He was strongly committed to the Genesis record of creation and the worldwide flood.