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Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species is considered one of history’s most influential books and has become the foundation of evolutionary biology. But what if Darwin was looking at the same evidence today using modern science; would his conclusions be the same?
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In 1859, Charles Darwin wrote On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, which upended centuries of scientific perspectives. Even now, people believe Darwin's access to the limited scientific knowledge of the time and his flawed ideas somehow explain the world around us. Simply put, they don't. But Replacing Darwin does.
Science has come a long way since Darwin made his claims in the 1800s. Several remarkable scientific discoveries have been made that shed new light on the earth's origins. In addition, much of the evidence Darwin presented for his argument no longer seems like clear evidence for evolution. Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson effectively and authoritatively documents the newest discoveries, refutes Darwin's claims, and presents a compelling alternate explanation for the origin of species.
Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson holds a PhD in cell and developmental Biology from Harvard University. He serves as a research biologist, author, and speaker with Answers in Genesis and formerly conducted research with the Institute for Creation Research.
“ Scientific knowledge often only grows when popular opinions are tested, favorite theories closely scrutinized, and comfortable concepts are challenged. In Replacing Darwin Dr. Jeanson asks you to do exactly this: question what you think you know....I think even Darwin would have been fascinated by Dr. Jeanson's insights. ”
“ Replacing Darwin is a bold title for a rather audacious work....This is a thought-provoking book that presents challenges to the model of random chance origins to those intellectually honest enough to wrestle with this topic. ”
“ The arguments made in this book are unique and fresh....I only have high recommendations for this book. ”