Friday, November 28, 2008

John Ray (1627-1705). Ray was a founder of the Royal Society. He was considered to be the father of English natural history. He was a respected expert in the fields of botany and zoology. Ray compiled an extensive catalogue of English flora. A book he authored was titled:

“The Wisdom of God Manifested in the Work of Creation.”

Ray stated in the book that God’s works of creation were:

“The works created by God at first, and by Him conserved to this day in the same state and condition in which they were first made."

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