Good video, which points out among other things, that atheist and evolutionary scientists are riding upon the backs of the developments of creation believing scientists.
As you learned, "evolutionary scientists" are also often Christians, who are Bible-believing scientists. And as Newton freely admitted, he was able to make his discoveries because of the discoveries of the pagan and Islamic scientists who came before him. Would you like to learn about that?
They hijacked scientific methodology and investigation from scientists who believed in God and creation,
You've been misled there. People like Democritus of Abdera and Ibn al-Haytham were the first to use and develop the scientific method.If asked who gave birth to the modern scientific method, how might you respond? Isaac Newton, maybe? Galileo? Aristotle?
A great many students of science history would probably respond, "Roger Bacon." An English scholar and friar, and a 13th century pioneer in the field of optics, he described, in exquisite detail, a repeating cycle of observation, hypothesis, and experimentation in his writings, as well as the need for independent verification of his work.
But dig a little deeper into the past, and you'll unearth something that may surprise you: The origins of the scientific method hearken back to the Islamic World, not the Western one. Around 250 years before Roger Bacon expounded on the need for experimental confirmation of his findings, an Arab scientist named Ibn al-Haytham was saying the exact same thing.
Little is known about Ibn al-Haytham's life, but historians believe he was born around the year 965, during a period marked as the Golden Age of Arabic science. His father was a civil servant, so the young Ibn al-Haytham received a strong education, which assuredly seeded his passion for science. He was also a devout Muslim, believing that an endless quest for truth about the natural world brought him closer to God. Sometime around the dawn of the 11th Century, he moved to Cairo in Egypt. It was here that he would complete his most influential work.https://www.realclearscience.com/blog/2014/03/the_muslim_scientist_who_birthed_the_scientific_method.html
Democritus was the first to use experimentation to test ideas. His demonstration, using a watering device to show that air must be a substance composed of atoms, was one of the first documented uses of the scientific method.
and now insist that no creationist can be a scientist.
No, that's wrong, too. For example, Stephen Gould once accepted a man he knew to be a YE creationist, as a doctoral candidate. As he said later, "all that really matters is ability."
Their prophet Darwin
In science, predictions aren't called "prophesies." They are called "hypotheses." And Darwin is considered one of the great scientists of history because so many of his predictions were confirmed, some over a hundred years later. Would you like to learn about some of them?
gave them an alternative form of science which eliminated God from the scenario
That would be rather odd, since Darwin wrote that God created the first living things. There is grandeur in this view of life, with its several powers, having been originally breathed by the Creator into a few forms or into one; and that, whilst this planet has gone cycling on according to the fixed law of gravity, from so simple a beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being evolved.
Charles Darwin, last sentence of On the Origin of Species
You were led astray about that, too.
and now they seek to lord this over all demanding that a creationist cannot be a scientist.
See above. You're way too willing to believe anyone with a story to tell.
This as though faith in the scriptures excludes scientific methodology and investigation,
You were unaware that there is a discipline called "forensic theology."
while faith in their prophet Darwin embodies the same.
You were lied to about that, as well. Indeed, Darwin wasn't completely accepted until the 20th century, when his theory got a big boost from the rediscovery of Genetics, and the mechanism of heredity turned out to be Darwinian.
To the contrary, the reintroduction of the holy scriptures to the people in their vernacular, enlightened minds, aroused curiosities, and paved the way to freedoms and liberties allowing for the development of scientific investigation and methodology by predominantly creation believing scientists.
As you now realize, the founding of modern science was among the Ionian Greeks and the scholars of the Islamic world. Europeans took this legacy and made it the wonder it is today, as Newton freely admitted. "If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants."
(Letter to Robt. Hook)https://discover.hsp.org/Record/dc-9792/Description#tabnav