* Reveals a universe of variety, artistry and meaning
* Argues against the claims of naturalism and materialism
* Shows the far-reaching implications of Intelligent Design
* Considers biology, chemistry, literature, mathematics and more
* Offers a mini liberal arts education in one volume
I was given an advance copy of this book, and it's great--I've read it twice so far.
The authors search the world for evidences of not simply design, but genius, and examine human genius to see what it might look like.
Not only is the content of this book fascinating, but it is extremely well written and entertaining to read.
This was good needed it for Ministry School. It's good for information when writing a sermon and then getting information from the Bible to be sure the information is backed upPublished 10 months ago by ava tunstall
Sometimes an argument can lack impact because its scope is narrow. If someone wants to argue for an Intelligent Designer with regards to the origin of life they might chose to... Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by Phillip H. Steiger
If you enjoy reading books by proponents of intelligent design theory, you will love this book. You will find that this book goes beyond the idea that the world is intelligently... Read morePublished on December 2, 2011 by Rho Zeta
This work "gets beneath" appearnces. The discernment of the authors is a blending of science (phenomenon) and art (imagination in its creative sense). Read morePublished on August 30, 2010 by Charles Wenzel
Benjamin Wiker and Jonathan Witt are advocates of Intelligent Design, but what they present in A Meaningful World is a departure from the usual ID argument from the perspective of... Read morePublished on August 11, 2009 by rowley32256
This book puts forth an amazing case for teh existence of a Designer of the universe. Too often we kind of "blow off" the argument from design as being having been trumped by... Read morePublished on December 11, 2008 by Bobby Bambino
My journey towards a more intellectually satisfying, propositional Protestantism began with Chuck Colson's / Nancy Pearcey's "How Now Shall We Live". Read morePublished on May 10, 2008 by audionut1
The authors direct a tour featuring literary art (Shakespeare's Hamlet), mathematics (Euclid's Elements), the periodic table, anthropic cosmological quantifications, and a... Read morePublished on March 6, 2008 by Wesley L. Janssen
I have read a great many books on science and spirituality and found this book to be pretty good, OK, but not great. Read morePublished on February 10, 2008 by Bill Groves