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Dr. Peter Enns continues his destructive influence on Christian faith and the Bible in his assault on God’s Word in his book The Bible Tells Me So.
The Lost Gospel is yet another attempt to show Jesus as the husband of Mary Magdalene, and this time Jacobovici claims to have proof.
Biblical truth is by no means at odds with observational science, and it will triumph over man’s godless assertions.
While not addressing the age of the earth, this book contains many powerful chapters that point out the dangers and implications of the theory of evolution.
If this is the best that evolutionary philosophy can offer (and it may well be), then creationists have nothing at all to fear.
The book expresses what we know in our hearts to be true—that God works through and often despite fallible humans—but it is good to see such scholarly support emerging from the poverty of materialism.
This book is an addition to the creationist literature in that it is further strong evidence that Hugh Ross, Gleason Archer and other old-earth proponents do not have a historical leg to stand on.
Waltke’s overall approach to the creation account and the interpretation he adopts in this commentary is not much different from what he has previously written on this subject.
This book reveals Tattersall and Schwartz revolting against the current scheme of human evolution—especially the straight line arrangement of human ancestry.
There is a plethora of anti-creationist books on the market, most of which are so inaccurate that they are hardly worth dignifying with a review. This book is little better.
The problems with Bouw’s book pale in comparison with those of this book by Marshall Hall.
The subject of this work is the relationship between science and Christianity. Four views are presented and the representatives of each respond to every other presentation.
University of Berkeley law professor Phillip Johnson dentifies and dissects a key philosophical assumption which constrains the ways data is allowed to be interpreted in the physical sciences.
In Genesis Unbound, Sailhamer adopts a unique view of the creation account in order to harmonise it with the claims of modern science.
What if the redshift of starlight is unrelated to the Doppler effect, i.e. the principle that relative motion changes the observed frequency of the light emitted from a light source?
However, Pennock frequently ridicules the Bible and is generally contemptuous when referring to creationists.
Dembski reviews many of the earlier ideas and adds new thoughts relevant to the evolution vs. creation debate.
Throughout Church history, a popular argument for the existence of God has been based on the appearance of designed structures in nature.
In the Preface, Dawkins declares that his intention in this book is to make science more appealing to a young generation which prefers the beauty of art.
Richard Dawkins’ River Out of Eden is a river of DNA that is the true source of life and the one molecule that must be understood if life is to be understood.
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