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Science can figure out how things happen, but not why they happen; that is the job of religion and philosophy.
I personally found this book to be very enjoyable, it is well written and has a convincing argument for those willing to listen.
As the dust jacket declares, the book sets forth "a testable scientific model approach to end the creation/evolution wars."
Hugh Ross is an astronomer, theologian, writer, evangelist, debater, and I think he can leap tall buildings in a single bound! Read morePublished 8 months ago by W. Sid Vogel
Ross comes up with weird interpretation of Scripture and so much of his philosophy, science does as well for a better book check out refuting compromise by Sarfati.Published 9 months ago by j
Hugh Ross is a bridge-builder, bringing Science and Scripture together.
Both come from God, the Creator, and cannot contradict if properly interpreted.
Personally I don't go for Creationism as such, especially with the literal interpretation of the creative days of Genesis even though an 'all powerful creator' could have done it... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dolly
First let me state this is my first read of any work by Dr. Ross's, it will not be my last. The tone of his work is reasonable and scientifically competent, it is clear he is... Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by Mark (Greek for "Hammer")
The science discussed in this book is not pseudoscience as one other reviewer here has mentioned. And this book is a very scholarly exposition of the science it covers. Read morePublished on January 28, 2010 by Bowser
Hugh Ross, the author of this book, claims: "If the Earth were one half of one percent closer to the sun, water on Earth would boil off. Read morePublished on October 7, 2009 by V
Don't miss out on this riveting trip back to the Middle Ages. My only criticism is that is doesn't debunk the preposterous notion that the world is round (or do the God haters and... Read morePublished on September 16, 2009 by Archtopopotamus
Biology with MasteringBiology (8th Edition)
I gave it two stars for the cover. There are a lot of math problems on the front (though none are in the text or have... Read more