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Some books can forever change the way you see the world. Dr David A. Noebel’s popular book Understanding the Times is a rare life-changer.
In 'The Mind Siege Project,' eight teens on a boat are given lessons in 'tolerance' and 'diversity' by an instructor who won't tolerate one of the students reading her Bible in front of the others.
This book reveals Tattersall and Schwartz revolting against the current scheme of human evolution—especially the straight line arrangement of human ancestry.
The problems with Bouw’s book pale in comparison with those of this book by Marshall Hall.
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.
A unique book suitable for the entire family came hot off the press on Thursday, April 12.
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.
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.
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?
In Genesis Unbound, Sailhamer adopts a unique view of the creation account in order to harmonise it with the claims of modern science.
However, Pennock frequently ridicules the Bible and is generally contemptuous when referring to creationists.
Vice President Al Gore’s book Earth in the Balance (a 1992 best-seller) is being re-released on April 22nd, the 30th anniversary of “Earth Day.”
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.
This little book goes far in addressing a critical weakness in contemporary Christian theology.
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.
This is a description of the "A Is For Adam" book, produced by Ken and Mally Ham.
While lashing out at creationists, Dennett says that they are ‘right about one thing; Darwin’s dangerous idea cuts much deeper into the fabric of our most fundamental beliefs....'
Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution by Michael J. Behe is a fascinating book which deals with the question of the origin of complex biochemical systems.
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.
A review of a book of the stories of 21 scientists who believed the Bible.
The book ’A is for Adam’ is highly recommended for anyone who wants to get across the gospel message and biblical truths to children.
In 1994 I found this further book by Trevor McIlwain: Firm Foundations. This incorporates 'Guidelines for evangelism', but primarily it is a teacher's manual of 50 lessons.
This new book answers the widely publicized claims made by 'progressive creationist' Dr Hugh Ross, particularly those made in Dr Ross's recent book.
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