"A well-researched and open-minded analyses." -- Stephen Meyer, PhD, Dir. of the Center for Science and Culture, Discovery Institute
"You've posed all those "break-down complexities" that Darwin worried about, and you've done it with flair!" -- Jody Sjogren, Illustrator for Icons of Evolution
A wonderful book...clear and accessible to the nonspecialist -- John Patrick, M.D., Prof. of the History of Science, Medicine and Faith, Augustine College, Ottawa, Canada.
Geoffrey Simmons is a rarity (referring to the types of books written). His book holds evolution, as he sees it, to the standard of scientific observation and finds evolution lacking -- Dan Hays, Salem Statesman Journal, May 20, 2007
From the Author
There are essentially three religions or belief systems: One that believes life is a product of Design (or Design-guided) and usually that's a single God; one that believes an incredibly dense speck exploded for no reason at all (long ago) and accidentally made life as we know it through billions of lucky changes (and without transition steps), or one belongs to the I don't know/don't care group. The complexity upon complexity in all life systems and the presence of exponentially increasing numbers of missing links as science marches on decimates the faith in an exploding speck within a vacuum of nothingness forming anything. The argument is not with "science" itself or with survival of the fittest or natural selection but with Darwin's notions that species can actually change into other species. It is now very clear, they cannot.