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Very interesting,but my scientific knowledge is limited. A significant amount of the information in this book I couldn't understand.Published 12 days ago by Ronald bryant
Let me start by saying I am a Christian, not an atheist. You can see my points of view from my other reviews. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Cowie
Very strong defense against the naturalism's assumption that all can be accounted for by natural processes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Adam Wolfe
Arrived promptly in good condition. Rather technical but fascinating book bPublished 3 months ago by Kay Ling
A very accessible critique of the emerging problems faced by fundamental Darwinism by a real scientist. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael
You can not read this book and still believe in evolution. Please read this book. It is worth your time.Published 5 months ago by Bryan
Bebe's attack on Evolution and Darwinism focuses on irreducible complexity or the inability of creatures to possess cells or body parts that will function with fewer parts. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robert Williams
better brush up on your anatomy before before starting this onePublished 7 months ago by markmywords