Well, all the Christian ones in Christian Europe. Nevertheless even then they tended to have heretic views (Newton, Galileo) and you have no way of knowing what they would think if they lived today.<quoted text>
All the founding fathers of science were Christian.
Or perhaps you do. You have already seen the evidence that the vast majority of senior scientists today are either atheist, agnostic, or deist but virtually none adhere to your whacky YEC cult version of Christianity.
That is a very interesting question. And it remains to be seen whether it can outperform its more aggressive brother cult, Islam. Islam is gaining fast......if Christianity - or any religion in general for that matter - has been so negative on humanity, how then do you explain its prevelance in evolutionary terms?
Religion and other cultish in-group belief are easily explained by evolution. A cult does not have to be true to be successful in evolutionary terms. It simply has to be good at propagating itself, whether we see it as a "negative" or "positive" for other reasons.
Unfortunately the rational skeptical ideas of Stoicism and Epicurianism that were the mark of the educated Antiquarian were no match for the crass emotional appeal of cults like Christianity that swept through the great unwashed hoards in the melting pot of Empire.