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Is Intelligent Design the Christian's answer to evolutionists and their naturalistic explanations for origins, or is it an unacceptable compromise that sacrifices the true Creator for an undefined designer?
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Is Intelligent Design the Christian's answer to evolutionists and their naturalistic explanations for origins or is it an unacceptable compromise that sacrifices the true Creator for an undefined designer? Is it a powerful apologetic for the biblical faith or a watered-down version of creation that intentionally leaves out the gospel of Christ? Renowned theologian John Whitcomb addresses these issues in a succinct and careful analysis of the Intelligent Design Movement, arguing that while intelligent design is essential to biblical Christianity, it is infinitely insufficient.
“It is my opinion that since the 1950s Dr. Whitcomb has been the world's leading theologically conservative Christian scholar who stands solidly on a literal Genesis. ... Dr. Whitcomb powerfully argues in his book [that] whenever we use intelligent design arguments, we should always do it in the context of introducing people to the true God and the authority of His Word.”
— Ken Ham, president/CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis-U.S.
“John Whitcomb ... is one of the great theologians of our day and a pioneer of creation scholarship. He sees clearly the dangers of bringing wrong thinking into the church. We would all do well to heed his insightful advice.”
—John Morris, president of the Institute for Creation Research
One of the great Bible-upholding theologians of our day and a recognized leader in the battle for biblical inerrancy.
The president, CEO, and founder of Answers in Genesis-US, and the highly acclaimed Creation Museum, and the world-renowned Ark Encounter, Ken Ham is one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in North America. View resources by Ken Ham.