For example, Samuel Kounaves argues evolutionary naturalists include “99.9999 percent of the scientific community” (Kounaves 2005, p. The sources for the members of this list include primarily persons of my acquaintance, from their involvement in creationist or Darwin Doubter organizations, or books that they have written.
The list is very incomplete, and I apologize for the many omissions.
Furthermore, many of these scientists and academics have published in the scientific literature, some extensively.
In one survey, Elliott (1990) concluded that approximately half of the current Creation Research Society Board members have published research that was cited by other scientists.
plants, animals and everything else descended from a common ancestor” (Jones, 2000, pp. Other writers avoid the words “all” or “no scientist” and claim instead that “almost no scientist” rejects Darwinism as defined above. Special Creation.” The American Biology Teacher, January, pp.
In an article refuting “wiccan creationism,” the author claimed that evolutionary theory has been confirmed to such a high degree and has such great explanatory power that it is the central organizing principle of the biological sciences today.
Furthermore, all stressed that careful examination of the evidence for Darwinism should be encouraged. Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon.
This list proves Mayr’s claim that “no educated person any longer questions the validity” of Darwinism, as Mayr defines it, to be not only false, but grossly irresponsible. “Over 5000 Scientists Proclaim their Doubts about Darwin’s Theory, Scientific Dissent from Darwinism Continues to Grow, Say Experts.” Available on
I did not add names unless the person was out-of-the-closet or gave his or her permission. How Religious are America’s College and University Professors.
On my public list, I have close to 3,000 names, including about a dozen Nobel Prize winners but, unfortunately, a large number of persons that could be added to the public list, including many college professors, did not want their name listed because of real concerns over possible retaliation or harm to their careers.