Item description for Origins? by B. G. Ranganathan...
Many in our modern society believe that science has disproved the Bible. Instead of believing in God, many place their faith in chance or evolution . . . even though both require faith. However, the scientific evidence much better supports faith in God and creation rather than in chance and evolution. Origins? investigates society's modern faith in evolution and asks some penetrating questions: . Is evolution consistent with other major scientific principles? . Are there natural limits to biological change and variation in nature? . Do comparative similarities in DNA between species prove that all living things share a common evolutionary and biological ancestry? . Has science proved that life can come into existence from non-living matter? . What does the fossil record really prove? . Do all scientists believe in evolution? Instead of easily accepting the explanations of evolution, even the average lay person can logically determine from the contents of this well-researched book that modern day science clearly supports creation and demolishes evolution. Modern society can once again place its faith in God, the Creator.
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Studio: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.1" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Oct 15, 2003
Publisher Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
ISBN 1579215769 ISBN13 9781579215767
This book explains in easy-to-understand language how science better supports faith in creation than faith in evolution. The author explains the difference between micro-evolution and macro-evolution. Micro-evolution (evolution within species in nature) is truly scientific but macro-evolution (evolution across species in nature) is unsupported by science and even contradicts well-established laws of science.
The author explains also that just because someone is willing to believe in both God and evolution doesn't necessarily make evolution true. Also, if Darwinian evolution is true, then there really is no need to believe in God at all because God is unnecessary for the process and any belief in God becomes just blind faith and pie-in-the-sky. The author also points out important Biblical problems in accepting both the Bible and evolution. This book is a must read for all, both creationists as well as evolutionists.
Why are creationists afraid of science? Jan 17, 2004
Found this in a second-hand bookstore and had to add it to my collection of creationist ignorance. This is another in a looong line of silly creationist misinterpretation of entry level science. It is truly sad that these people are so insecure about their religious beliefs that they feel they must commandeer science in an attempt to bolster their antique, fundamentalist world-view. If you can make it through 10 pages of this tract without finding numerous errors of the most basic science, you may need to go back to junior high.