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Am I a Monkey? is a strongly recommended read for science collections with plenty of food for thought.(Bookwatch)
Ayala presents an accessible introduction to Darwin's theory.(Book News, Inc.)
Clear, concise, and written in an engaging style.(Choice)
The book is well-written, accurate, and concise. It is accessible and easy to digest. I suspect that it will, in the long run, play a larger role in promoting the acceptance of evolution.(Joel W. Martin Reports of the National Center for Science Education)
This book will be widely welcomed and frequently recommended.(Ian Lancaster Biology of Reproduction)
This book is useful for anyone interested in evolution. It is a handy pocket-sized explanation of a theory, useful for evolutionary scholars to explain the fundamentals and not get lost in their particular areas of interest, useful for college (possibly even high school) teachers to provide a foundation of evolutionary theory, and is topical enough to pull in readers of all disciplines.(Haley Moss Dillon Evolutionary Education Outreach)
Professor Ayala has written an important book―a lucid account of evolutionary theory and related topics, which reviews the overwhelming evidence that establishes evolution as an incontrovertible fact, and which then goes on to offer some convincing reasons why people of faith need not regard the theory of evolution as an enemy or an obstacle to their religious beliefs.(Harry Frankfurt, author of On Bullshit and On Truth)
Great for people wanting to make full-blown evolution consistent with their non-fundamentalist Christian beliefs.Published 16 months ago by Robert Arp
Good information in a nutshell. An informative book in its own right, but with misconceptions so entrenched, I wouldn't expect any converts.Published on June 7, 2011 by Cynthia Bohannon
This is the best book I ever read on introducing "The Evolution Theory" and solving the "Evolutionist vs Creationist" conflict. I am not saying the question had been answered. Read morePublished on May 23, 2011 by ServantofGod