Bible Prophecy

Jewish Nobel Prize Winners

The Jewish people comprise just 0.2% of world population, but their achievement is staggering– as the Nobel Prize demonstrates.

Brilliant (and funny), Albert Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921

As with all topics, the Bible is 100% accurate with regard to the lavish blessing God would pour on the Jewish people, and on the entire world through the Jewish people.

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So I will save you, and YOU SHALL BE A BLESSING. – Zechariah 8:13

Chemistry

Jews = 0.2% of world’s population, 20% of Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry

  • Adolph von Baeyer (1905)
  • Henri Moissan (1906)
  • Otto Wallach (1910)
  • Richard Willstätter (1915)
  • Fritz Haber (1918)
  • George de Hevesy (1943)
  • Melvin Calvin (1961)
  • Max Perutz (1962)
  • Christian Anfinsen (1972)
  • William Stein (1972)
  • Ilya Prigogine (1977)
  • Herbert Brown (1979)
  • Paul Berg (1980)
  • Walter Gilbert (1980)
  • Roald Hoffmann (1981)
  • Sir Aaron Klug (1982)
  • Herbert Hauptman (1985)
  • Jerome Karle (1985)
  • John Polanyi (1986)
  • Sidney Altman (1989)
  • Rudolph Marcus (1992)
  • George Olah (1994)
  • Sir Harold Kroto (1996)
  • Walter Kohn (1998)
  • Alan Heeger (2000)
  • Aaron Ciechanover (2004)
  • Avram Hershko (2004)
  • Irwin Rose (2004)
  • Roger Kornberg (2006)
  • Martin Chalfie (2008)
  • Ada Yonath (2009)
  • Dan Shechtman (2011)

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I will make you a great nation; I will bless you And make your name great; AND YOU SHALL BE A BLESSING. – Genesis 12:2

Economics

Jews = 0.2% of world’s population, 41% of Nobel Prize winners in Economics

  • Paul Samuelson (1970)
  • Simon Kuznets (1971)
  • Kenneth Arrow (1972)
  • Wassily Leontief (1973)
  • Leonid Kantorovich (1975)
  • Milton Friedman (1976)
  • Herbert Simon (1978)
  • Lawrence Klein (1980)
  • Franco Modigliani (1985)
  • Robert Solow (1987)
  • Harry Markowitz (1990)
  • Merton Miller (1990)
  • Gary Becker (1992)
  • Robert Fogel (1993)
  • John Harsanyi (1994)
  • Reinhard Selten (1994)
  • Robert Merton (1997)
  • Myron Scholes (1997)
  • George Akerlof (2001)
  • Joseph Stiglitz (2001)
  • Daniel Kahneman (2002)
  • Robert Aumann (2005)
  • Leonid (Leo) Hurwicz (2007)
  • Eric Maskin (2007)
  • Roger Myerson (2007)
  • Paul Krugman (2008)
  • Elinor Ostrom (2009)
  • Peter Diamond (2010)

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…I will come to you AND BLESS YOU. – Exodus 20:24-25

Literature

Jews = 0.2% of world’s population, 12% of Nobel Prize winners in Literature

  • Paul von Heyse (1910)
  • Henri Bergson (1927)
  • Boris Pasternak (1958)
  • Shmuel Agnon (1966)
  • Nelly Sachs (1966)
  • Saul Bellow (1976)
  • Isaac Bashevis Singer (1978)
  • Elias Canetti (1981)
  • Joseph Brodsky (1987)
  • Nadine Gordimer (1991)
  • Imre Kertész (2002)
  • Elfriede Jelinek (2004)
  • Harold Pinter (2005)

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And IN YOU ALL THE FAMILIES OF THE EARTH SHALL BE BLESSED. – Genesis 12:3

Peace

Jews = 0.2% of world’s population, 9% of Nobel Prize winners in Peace

  • Tobias Asser (1911)
  • Alfred Fried (1911)
  • René Cassin (1968)
  • Henry Kissinger (1973)
  • Menachem Begin (1978)
  • Elie Wiesel (1986)
  • Shimon Peres (1994)
  • Yitzhak Rabin (1994)
  • Sir Joseph Rotblat (1995)

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And the LORD your GOD WILL BLESS YOU IN EVERYTHING YOU DO. – Deuteronomy 15:18

Physics

Jews = 0.2% of world’s population, 26% of Nobel Prize winners in Physics

  • Albert Michelson (1907)
  • Gabriel Lippmann (1908)
  • Albert Einstein (1921)
  • Niels Bohr (1922)
  • James Franck (1925)
  • Otto Stern (1943)
  • Isidor Rabi (1944)
  • Wolfgang Pauli (1945)
  • Felix Bloch (1952)
  • Max Born (1954)
  • Igor Tamm (1958)
  • Ilya Frank (1958)
  • Emilio Segrè (1959)
  • Donald Glaser (1960)
  • Robert Hofstadter (1961)
  • Lev Landau (1962)
  • Eugene Wigner (1963)
  • Richard Feynman (1965)
  • Julian Schwinger (1965)
  • Hans Bethe (1967)
  • Murray Gell-Mann (1969)
  • Dennis Gabor (1971)
  • Leon Cooper (1972)
  • Brian Josephson (1973)
  • Ben Mottelson (1975)
  • Burton Richter (1976)
  • Arno Penzias (1978)
  • Sheldon Glashow (1979)
  • Steven Weinberg (1979)
  • Arthur Schawlow (1981)
  • K. Alexander Müller (1987)
  • Leon Lederman (1988)
  • Melvin Schwartz (1988)
  • Jack Steinberger (1988)
  • Jerome Friedman (1990)
  • Georges Charpak (1992)
  • Martin Perl (1995)
  • Frederick Reines (1995)
  • David Lee (1996)
  • Douglas Osheroff (1996)
  • Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (1997)
  • Zhores Alferov (2000)
  • Vitaly Ginzburg (2003)
  • Alexei Abrikosov (2003)
  • David Gross (2004)
  • H. David Politzer (2004)
  • Roy Glauber (2005)
  • Saul Perlmutter (2011)
  • Adam Riess (2011)

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For the LORD your GOD WILL BLESS YOU AS HE HAS PROMISED… – Deuteronomy 15:6

Physiology or Medicine

Jews = 0.2% of world’s population, 27% of Nobel Prize winners in Physiology or Medicine

  • Paul Ehrlich (1908)
  • Elie Metchnikoff (1908)
  • Robert Bárány (1914)
  • Otto Meyerhof (1922)
  • Karl Landsteiner (1930)
  • Otto Warburg (1931)
  • Otto Loewi (1936)
  • Joseph Erlanger (1944)
  • Sir Ernst Chain (1945)
  • Hermann Muller (1946)
  • Gerty Cori (1947)
  • Tadeus Reichstein (1950)
  • Selman Waksman (1952)
  • Sir Hans Krebs (1953)
  • Fritz Lipmann (1953)
  • Joshua Lederberg (1958)
  • Arthur Kornberg (1959)
  • Konrad Bloch (1964)
  • Francois Jacob (1965)
  • André Lwoff (1965)
  • George Wald (1967)
  • Marshall Nirenberg (1968)
  • Salvador Luria (1969)
  • Julius Axelrod (1970)
  • Sir Bernard Katz (1970)
  • Gerald Edelman (1972)
  • David Baltimore (1975)
  • Howard Temin (1975)
  • Baruch Blumberg (1976)
  • Andrew Schally (1977)
  • Rosalyn Yalow (1977)
  • Daniel Nathans (1978)
  • Baruj Benacerraf (1980)
  • Sir John Vane (1982)
  • César Milstein (1984)
  • Michael Brown (1985)
  • Joseph Goldstein (1985)
  • Stanley Cohen (1986)
  • Rita Levi-Montalcini (1986)
  • Gertrude Elion (1988)
  • Harold Varmus (1989)
  • Edmond Fischer (1992)
  • Alfred Gilman (1994)
  • Martin Rodbell (1994)
  • Stanley Prusiner (1997)
  • Robert Furchgott (1998)
  • Paul Greengard (2000)
  • Eric Kandel (2000)
  • Sydney Brenner (2002)
  • H. Robert Horvitz (2002)
  • Richard Axel (2004)
  • Andrew Z. Fire (2006)
  • Bruce Beutler (2011)
  • Ralph Steinman (2011)

The Lord did not set his affection on you and choose you because you were more numerous than other peoples, for you were the fewest of all peoples. But it was because the Lord loved you and kept the oath he swore to your forefathers… – Deuteronomy 7:7-8

Statistics source: jinfo.org

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