Christian Scientists who don’t believe in evolution and Darwinism
God has sound reasons for not allowing Adam and Eve to eat the tree’s fruit of the knowledge of good and evil. Too much knowledge seems to turn people into atheists. In the USA, only 7% of scientists at the National Academy of Sciences believe in a “personal God,” while only 40% somewhat believe.
Atheist-Evolutionists explain evolution with so much intellectual and scientific promise that it’s almost believable. They accuse Christians of refuting evolution by mere ‘faith’ when it takes faith to believe in evolution.
Alister E. McGrath
Alister McGrath’s book “Darwinism and the Divine: Evolutionary Thought and Natural Theology” argues that evolutionary theory does not necessarily conflict with the idea of divine creation or the existence of God but rather that it presents a challenge to traditional ways of thinking about God and creation.
Francis Sellers Collins is an American physician-geneticist who discovered the genes associated with a number of diseases and led the Human Genome Project.
Ian Horner Hutchinson is a nuclear engineer and physicist who is currently a Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Jonathan Feng is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at UC Irvine. His research is in particle physics and cosmology to exploit the connections between studies of the very small and the very large to solve problems in both fields.
Ard A. Louis is a Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Oxford. He leads an interdisciplinary research group studying problems on the border between chemistry, physics, and biology, and is also director of graduate studies in theoretical physics.
Rosalind Wright Picard is an American scholar and a Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, founder of the Affective Computing Research Group at the MIT Media Lab. She is an active inventor with patents including wearable and non-contact sensors, algorithms, and systems for sensing, recognizing, and responding respectfully to human affective information.
Kenneth Raymond Miller is an American cell biologist and molecular biologist, currently Professor of Biology and Royce Family Professor for Teaching Excellence at Brown University. Miller’s primary research focuses on cell membranes’ structure and function, especially chloroplast thylakoid membranes.
Troy Van Voorhis
Troy Andrew Van Voorhis is an American chemist currently the Haslam and Dewey Professor of Chemistry at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is developing new methods – primarily based on density functional theory (DFT) – that accurately describe excited electron motion in molecular systems.
Daniel E. Hastings is an American physicist and Professor, department head (Cecil and Ida Green Education), and the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) director at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also the head of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Dr. Praveen Sethupathy is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Center for Genomics at Cornell University. He directs a research lab focused on genomic approaches to understanding human health and disease. He received his BA degree from Cornell University and his Ph.D. in Genomics from Pennsylvania.
Charmaine Royal is an Associate Professor of African & African American Studies, Biology, Global Health, and Family Medicine & Community Health at Duke University. She also has appointments in the Duke Initiative for Science & Society and the Kenan Institute for Ethics.