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They are all very well described in a clear language and in a step by step way that any interested person can understand.
I will just say that, having read a good number of books on the subject of evolution & Christian thinking, this is the best of the bunch by far.
In this book Miller sets out to present the evidence for evolution and then later to shows that you can still believe in God and evolution.
No theological seminary, however conservative or liberal, is worth its salt that does not require its graduates to read this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tanner the Seeker
I hate to burst the bubble of those who believe that somehow evolution and religion are compatible, but I'm afraid that they aren't. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harrison
Can be a little science-heavy but necessarily so. Have been looking for arguments to support my faith history as well as my science education, and this book provides answers to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by SLP
Lots of details concerning the modern critics of Darwinism. I learned a lot. I found the chapters on modern science - physics, biology and cosmology, very interesting. Read morePublished 4 months ago by William Plettner
I have not, as yet, read this book but I look forward to it. My religion is a relatively unknown Christian religion that believes that God created everything that exists, science... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Beth Hessler
Kenneth Miller's book on finding Darwin's God may fall short of the stated intention in the title. The God Miller "finds" by the end of the book is a Christian God reconciled to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Timothy E. Kennelly
F.D.G.: Ken Miller portrays only two possible gods—his concocted quark-master photon-slinging otherwise uninvolved initiator of the laws of physics, or else one who micromanages... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Thinkright
It's a little old now but still a very good reflection on evolution vs. creation and how you don't have to pit them togetherPublished 14 months ago by Soundwave
This written from the perspective of science. It seems to be an attempt to justify believing in science first then the Bible.Published 15 months ago by Allen nance