Skip to comments.New Book To Redefine Design/Evolution Debate
Posted on 08/21/2006 6:22:47 AM PDT by truthfinder9
There have been a couple books that have been turning points in the development of design theory. Evolution: A Theory in Crisis, Darwin's Black Box and The Creator and the Cosmos are all such books. From what I have seen, Creation as Science is the next groundbreaking book.
It does what other design books have failed to do, formulate a testable scientific model for design. The author began this in Origins of Life and Who Was Adam?, but here it is the focus of the book.
Creation As Science: A Testable Model Approach to End the Creation/Evolution Wars
Development of the scientific creation-model concept represents one of Hugh Ross's most significant contributions to Christian apologetics. This new book explains why a testable model is essential, outlines the basic components of RTB's model, and includes predictions about the direction of future research. Ross brings a calm, confident voice to the acrimonious clash between intelligent design/creation and evolution advocates. He understands why naturalists cling to their evolutionary models despite serious weaknesses--models that ultimately thwart scientific progress and leave humanity without hope or purpose.
"This book is a 'must read' for any person who is seeking a voice of reason in the midst of the controversy between differing theories of the universe and particularly the origins of mankind. Ross' clear identification of the 'players' in the debate is worth the price of this book. Here is the ultimate proof that you do not have to give up your intellect to believe in the God of the Bible."
- Robert L. Stewart, Brigader General, US Army (ret), Astronaut STS-41B, STS-51J
Ordered my copy a month ago.
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