Is there any living well known scientist who are religious?
Most scientists aren't very well known on a large scale. However, people who keep up with the science world should know the name Chuck Missler. He is a quantum physicists and an engineer. He uses quantum physics and mechanics to demonstrate proof of a creator. and a
All people are religious, it just depends on what their religion is. There has never been a person born who doesn't believe in something that drives them and provides the answers to the big questions in life.
But I guess what you are looking for is a list:
Robert T. Baker - Paleontologist
Francis Collins - NIH and the Human Genome project
John Barrow - Cosmologist
Ken Miller - "Finding Darwin's God."
Larry Wall - Programmer
Jennifer Wiseman - Astrophysics
There are more, but who has time. Part of the reason why we don't know about more famous religious scientists is that they aren't looking for fame, they are looking to serve. The science teacher at my kids' school is religious, but he is more interested in teaching than being famous.
DR. RUSSELL HUMPHREYS, nuclear physicist
DR. MACIEJ GIERTYCH, head of the Department of Genetics at the Institute of Dendrology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
DR. RAYMOND JONES, one of Australia’s top scientists
DUANE GISH has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and worked for many years in pharmaceutical research
DR. MELVIN A. COOK, winner of the 1968 E. G. Murphee Award in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry from the American Chemical Society and also winner of the Nobel Nitro Award
DR. HENRY M. MORRIS, Professor of Hydraulic Engineering and Head of the Civil Engineering Department of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and University
DR. WALTER LAMMERTS, geneticist
DR. THOMAS G. BARNES, Professor of Physics
RAYMOND DAMADIAN, M.D., biophysicist, is the recipient of the Lemelson-MIT Achievement Award as “the man who invented the MRI scanner.”
And many, many more...
Source: http://wayoflife.org/files/6cd22c442edc … 2-514.html
by i scribble 5 years ago
Can you name a living scientist?I first heard this question posed in the media several years ago, when it was reported that most people could not name even one still living. I was taken aback as I had difficulty coming up with a name myself, though I could name many dead ones. Since then I've made...
by IDONO 6 years ago
Is the ultimate goal of a scientist to disprove God?Would it be the pinnacle of success or the end of human discipline as we know it?
by dbtyon 7 years ago
DNA does no such thing! Nothing intelligent about intelligent design.
by aka-dj 9 years ago
Just for a different twist on all these "discussions". I believe He is the greatest scientist of all time (and beyond). He not only put everything here, but made all the rules/laws by which "scientists" deny Him (and His very existance). Physicall laws, chemical laws, gravity,...
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
What do our GOP senators know that 31 science organizations do not?http://www.aaas.org/sites/default/files … etter1.pdf
by aka-dj 6 years ago
I found this via a post on facebook. Thought it worthy of reposting here, since so many revere science as being the be-all and end-all for any philosophic/religious argument.I guess the "scientists" are not all so unbiased as many may assume.http://aclj.org/free-speech-2/lawsuit-a...
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