Why would any educated scientist with a PhD advocate a literal interpretation of the six days of creation? Why, indeed, when only one in three Americans believes "the Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word" according to a recent Gallup polls
Science can neither prove nor disprove evolution any more than it can creation. Certainly there are no human eye witness accounts of either. However, certain factors are present today which are capable of swaying one's beliefs one way or the other.
In this book are the testimonies of fifty men and women holding doctorates in a wide range of scientific fields who have been convinced by the evidence to believe in a literal six-day creation. For example, meet:
All fifty of these scientists, through faith and scientific face, have come to the conclusion that God's Word is true and everything had its origin not so very long ago, in the beginning, In Six Days.
Jeremy L. Walter – Mechanical Engineering
Jerry R. Bergman – Biology
John K.G. Kramer – Biochemistry
Paul Giem – Medical Research
Henry Zuill – Biology
Jonathan D. Sarfati – Physical Chemistry
Ariel A. Roth – Biology
Keith H. Wanser – Physics
Timothy G. Standish – Biology
John R. Rankin – Mathematical Physics
Bob Hosken – Biochemistry
James S. Allan – Genetics
George T. Javor – Biochemsitry
Dwain L. Ford – Organic Chemistry
Angela Meyer – Horticulture Science
Stephen Grocott – Inorganic Chemistry
Andrew Mcintosh – Mathematics
John P. Marcus – Biochemistry
Nancy M. Darrall – Botany
John M. Cimbala – Mechanical Engineering
Edward A. Boudreaux – Theoretical Chemistry
E. Theo Agard – Medical Physics
Ker C. Thomson – Geophysics
John R. Baumgardner – Geophysics
Arthur Jones – Biology
Dr. John F. Ashton is Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Sciences at Victoria University, Melbourne, and Adjunct Professor of Applied Sciences at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, the largest Australian tertiary institution. He holds a BSc (Honors) with prize in chemistry and PhD in epistemology (a branch of philosophy dealing with the limits of knowledge), also with prize, from the University of Newcastle and an MSc in chemistry from the University of Tasmania.
Dr. Ashton is a Chartered Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, and a former Honorary Associate in the School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences at the University of Sydney. He also served as editor of three books related to science and faith issues.