Item description for Is the Big Bang Biblical: And 99 Other Questions With John Morris by Morris John & John Morris...
Overview John Morris, President of the Institute for Creation Research, tackles many of the questions concerning science and Christianity that are vital to today's society. In addition to the title question, Morris uses his biblical and scientific backgrounds to addresses questions such as "Hasn't Life Been Created in the Laboratory?" "What about Stem Cell Research?" "Whose Values Are Family Values?" "Does Science Conflict with the Bible?" and many, many others. This book will be a welcome complement to the library of every Christian faced with questions involving science, ethics, and the accuracy of the Bible.
Publishers Description - Biblically addresses questions of science, creation, and ethics - Answers are written in a clear, concise manner - easy to understand - Great reference book for creationists, pastors, and teachers
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Studio: Master Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Apr 18, 2003
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0890513910 ISBN13 9790890513919
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More About Morris John & John Morris
Morris John has an academic affiliation as follows - The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Reviews - What do customers think about Is the Big Bang Biblical: And 99 Other Questions With John Morris?
Biased, but allows one to feel more versed on the subject. Mar 10, 2005
While, I don't believe that this book was written from a purely scientific perspective, it does have some insight.
While I won't speak or argue specifics or details contained in the book--the volatility of the subject it beyond belief--I do have reservations. The problem that I have with it is that it appears too much like the researchers started with a BELIEF, and then set out to present matter that supports their belief, rather than have a QUESTION, and set out to find the answer--regardless of what the answer might be.
Too many of the arguments could be manipulated or interpretted differently depending on what result one was looking for. It just seemed too selective when it comes to choice of information, and biased in its presentation.
None-the-less, there was research involved, and there is some useful information presented, but I wouldn't take the information blindly.
Regardless of what you believe, this book can provide you with information that would allow one to feel more versed on the subject.
Af far as writing style, it is quite easy to read, and the book is divided into 100-or-so questions, each having only a few pages devoted to it. Easy to pick-up for only a few minutes at a time.