Edgar H. Andrews

Edgar Harold Andrews is an English physicist and engineer. He is Emeritus Professor of Materials at Queen Mary, University of London. He is described by historian of creationism Ronald Numbers as the United Kingdom’s “most respected creationist scientist of the late twentieth century”, a Reformed Baptist, and a convert to Whitcomb and Morris’ flood geology since the 1960s. However, Andrews rejected some elements of the latter, particularly dogmatic acceptance of a young Earth, even going so far as to suggest that the first day of creation “might be of indefinite length”.