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I have been in type of thing for a long time and enjoyed reading the book.
Excellent presentation of the scientific strengths and weaknesses and theological strengths and weaknesses of the science/creation debate.
It is stimulating reading and can be used in classes of HS and college students as well as people with a general knowledge of science.
Origins is a remarkable adventure with the promise to spark profitable conversation in churches, classrooms and small groups everywhere. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Russell Pierson
This is a well written, calm, reasoned book that does something quite rare these days: where there is ambiguity, it acknowledges that, gives the reader options, and encourages them... Read morePublished 14 days ago by PT Caddell
This book presents a very Christian worldview on evolution and the Earth's history. I truly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone interested in the topics.Published 9 months ago by Tanner
The Haarsmas did us a favor by putting this great book out to the church on the many questions surrounding Creation, Science and Genesis. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robert R. Braun
An even handed summary of the various positions and views held by christians concerning human origins. Author is to be commended for avoiding polemics.Published 10 months ago by Larry G. Postma
It was simple enough for me to understand and also comprehensive in treating the subject matter. It would be a very useful book for a study group. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Roger D Roberts
Says give information, not conclusion, so the reader can decide. It concludes evolution and single ancestors for all life. Read morePublished 12 months ago by L S Sam
Pretty basic treatment of this topic. I was expecting a deeper look. This would be OK for some one just starting out to investigate origins.Published 14 months ago by Peter Kinross