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.

Sir William 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. Excerpted from Men of Science, Men of God by Henry M. Morris. Copyright 1982, 1988 by Henry M. Morris.

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.

Henri Darwin Rogers

Henry Darwin RogersHenry Darwin Rogers (1808-1866) was an American geologist well known for his detailed studies of the geology of the Appalachians and also of the coal fields of America and Great Britain.

Peter Mark Roget

Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869) was an English physician and physiologist, one of the founders of the University of London and the Medical School at Manchester. He is best known, however, for the famous Roget's Thesaurus, used by countless writers for five generations. He also authored one of the famous Bridgewater Treatises, Animal and Vegetable Physiology Considered with Reference to Natural Theology.

George John 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. But he also went through a unique pilgrimage of faith in his own life.

A. H. Sayce

Rev. 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. He authored over 25 major books in his fields. Excerpted from Men of Science, Men of God by Henry M.

Arthur Rendle Short

Arthur Rendle Short (1885 -1955) was a prominent evangelical leader, active in campus evangelism and in apologetics, writing a number of excellent books in defense of the Christian faith. He was professor of surgery for many years at the University of Bristol.

Excerpted from Men of Science, Men of God by Henry M. Morris. Copyright 1982, 1988 by Henry M. Morris. Used by permission. RETURN TO LIST OF DECEASED INDUCTEES.