Ramón Gómez



Mr Gómez graduated in theology from the Instituto Bíblico y Seminario Teológico de España and later he obtained his Master of Science in Science and Society from the Open University (UK). The theme of his Master Thesis was the social and technological implications of a set of new DNA editing technologies called CRISP. These technologies turned to be so important that the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to the two scientists who developed them.

Mr Gómez has served as an official of the European Union where he has been involved in the calculation of the official statistics of Europe. He worked too for the Join Research Centre of the EU (Institute for Prospective Technological Studies) where part of his responsibly included the maintenance of scientific models related to climate change.

Since 2010 he has been active in creation apologetic ministries as a translator, interpreter at conferences, and speaker. He has participated in scientific documentaries, radio and TV shows in Spain. He has also spoken at conferences in several countries (UK, Germany, Spain, Luxembourg) and in several languages (English, Spanish, French and Catalan). Currently, he is offering free weekly webinars in Spanish, covering the major topics related to the creation/evolution controversy.


  • B.Th. Instituto Bíblico y Seminario Teológico de España
  • B.A.MSc Open University, UK

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