Creation Scientists Directory
The 'debate' between Evolution and Creation really has nothing to do with science. A lot of evolution proponents like to pitch it as 'Science vs God' but it really has nothing at all to with the science. The hard sciences could care less what anyone believes, it just tests a hypothesis and gives a result. It's up to the scientists themselves to interpret those results. The real debate is about worldview. An evolutionary worldview considers deep time and uniformitarianism to have formed the universe. A Creationist worldview says a Creator outside time, space and matter formed us and everything around us. Both worldviews have access to the same science, they just interpret it differently and draw different conclusions.
This is my personal website, so forgive the terrible formatting. I'm not a web developer and my personal technical ineptitude bears no witness to the scientific qualifications of the folks below. I just wanted to contribute a list of scientists I've been gathering over the years that support Creation. I put this out there in case someone like you happen to ponder the same questions I do. Until around 2015 I'd always considered myself agnostic (at best) towards the Creator. This was mostly because wanted to define my own version of right and wrong and didn't want anyone shining a light into my own life, exposing my flaws and judging me for it. Though I'm a reasonably educated man with a couple of college degrees and undergrad level biology, mathematics and physics I'm no where near qualified to form a scientific opinion on anything in the hard science fields. But then again, I really don't think you have to be a veterinarian to know what a dog looks like either.
The folks listed in the directory below are very well educated PhD researchers and educators that support Creation over uniformitarianism. They are as qualified as anyone on the planet to make scientific opinions. Some of the folks below view the Universe as very old, some only a few thousand years, but they agree that a Creator was involved and we are under that Creator's divine authority. Internal differences aside, (they are not a salvation issue) both use hard sciences to support a Creation worldview. I hope you find yourself going down the same rabbit hole I did. Thanks for reading and I hope God uses his Creation to draw you closer to him and to bless you with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through these folks findings and materials.
|Kurt Patrick Wise (born 1959) serves as the Director of Creation Research Center at Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Georgia. He has a PhD in Geology from Harvard University. He writes in support of creationism and works for the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky.|
|Kurt P. Wise, PhD|
|I'll be adding more profile cards for these folks as time permits and I really want to do a FAQ for all the questions I keep running across at some point too. In the meantime, if you've ran across this website in the wild please know there are lots of highly trained scientists supporting the Creation model. I personally think there's a ton of brilliant scientists sitting in silence about it for fear of losing their careers. The directory below is nowhere near exhaustive, it's just a list I've been compiling for the last few years. I just stick their names on here as I run across them. You can Google them to find out more.|
Glenn Morton's Rebuttal
Dorothy E. Kreiss Robbins
Henry Morris III
Don B. DeYoung
Grady S. McMurty
John C Sanford
Joseph E. Deweese
Philip E Johnson