Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith was one of few scientists in the world to have three earned doctorates. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a NATO three-star general.
A devout born-again Christian, a devoted husband and father of 5 children, a young-earth creationist, and a highly qualified organic chemist, he authored over 70 scientific publications and more than 30 books, some published in 17 languages. Many of today's leading creationists consider him a major influence in their own intellectual development, and call him a pioneer in anti-evolution arguments. See http://wildersmith.org/testimonials.htm for testimonies about Wilder-Smith by Duane Gish and other scientists and intellectuals.
He was not only an expert on chemotherapy, pharmacology, organic chemistry, and biochemistry, but a gifted teacher and popular public speaker. He appeared prominently in an award-winning creation film series called 'Origins: How the World Came to Be' (at http://christiananswers.net/catalog/or-vs.html).
Wilder-Smith is probably responsible for Richard Dawkins refusing to debate creationists any more. In 1986, he and E. Andrews debated the two leading evolutionists in Britain, Dawkins and J. Maynard Smith (the two strongest Darwinians in Europe), at Oxford (this debate is on CD at http://www.sermonaudio.com/source_prodinfo.asp?PID=ad81206173621).
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