Ohm, Georg Simon (1787-1854), a German physicist. He discovered the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance in an electric circuit. The unit of electrical resistance (the ohm) was named for him after his death. Ohm was born in Erlangen and attended the university there. He taught at several schools before becoming professor of physics at the University of Munich in 1849.
One was a celebrated author, the other a famed physicist. What the two shared was a public exposure of their religious beliefs. Big E had an on-again, off-again relationship with God, while C.S. was an avowed atheist during his early years.
He built President Eisenhower an indoor golf-training machine, analyzed the Zapruder film and searched for an Egyptian pyramid's treasure chamber using cosmic rays. Aren't you dying to meet this wide-ranging scientist?