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Cumming, Kenneth B. Biology, Harvard University. Coppess, Timothy C. MS, Environmental Science. Curtis, William M. Doctorate is in theology but highest level of scientific education is at master's level!

Doctor of theology, not related to evolution or a young earth. Cutchins, Malcolm.

No Field D [ edit ]. Butterfly photographer. Dahmer, Lionel. Senior research chemist, PPG Industries. Member of the American Chemists Society. Father of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. Damadian, Raymond V. Pioneer of magnetic resonance imaging.

Appeared in Ken Ham 's main presentation during the latter's debate with Bill Nye. Damadian] believes that America is ailing spiritually. Influenced more and more by an evolution-based humanistic education system, America is adrift of its spiritual moorings. Will not such a society more and more forfeit the blessings which its forefathers wrought through obedience to God's Law? Darnbrough, Chris. Darrall, Nancy M. Agricultural Botany, University of Wales. Dawson, Bryan. Dean, Douglas. Biological Chemistry.

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Deckard, Stephen W. Demick, David A. Employee of the Institute for Creation Research! Author of Unraveling the Origins Controversy. His field of research is Alzheimer's Disease, so his qualifications with regard to evolution are dubious at best. DeYoung, Don.

And of course a Masters in Divinity. Down, David. Field Archaeologist. Downes, Geoff. Driggers, Ted. Operations research. No Field E [ edit ].

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Eckel, Robert H. Specifically works in nutrition, diabetes, and obesity, not evolution. The same data are available to both evolutionists and creationists. The issue scientifically is a single experiment, never to be repeated, with two basic theories to be considered. Eggen, Andre. I would lose nothing, and would be left with real, observable facts, real science. Eimers, Leroy. Professor of Physics and Mathematics, Cedarville University.

Eirich, Dudley. Molecular biologist, industrial genetic research. Englin, Dennis. EdD, University of Southern California.


BA, Westmont College. Yes F [ edit ]. Fabich, Andrew J. Employee of Answers in Genesis. Flentge, Dennis. Fliermans, B.

Microbial Ecologist at DuPont. Ford, Dwain L. If the earth were made of pure carbon it would contain only about 10 50 carbon atoms, but more than 10 carbon atoms would be needed in order to make enough amino acids to form the proteins to achieve the probability of producing one protein molecule with the prescribed sequence. In other words, it would require an amount of carbon about 10 times the size of the earth in order to achieve the probability of forming one required protein molecule with the specifications above!

Franks, Robert H. Funk, Kenneth W. Organic Chemistry; biologically active peptide synthesis. Galbraith, Alan. Watershed Science, Hydrology. Gallop, Roger G. Professional Geologist. Gentry, Robert. MS, Physics, University of Florida. Giem, Paul.

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Medical Research. Rather, the only acceptable authority was that which was backed up by evidence, and only precisely to the extent that it was backed up. My religious tradition was similar in some ways. Only tradition that could be backed up by Scripture was worth anything.