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A good book to read that will give you plenty to think over even if you disagree with him.
Although I'm not sure creating this extra literary layer made it easier to read the book, it did help the layman understand the connections that make the analogy work.
Dr. Fuz Rana attempts to show that cellular biochemistry points to the existence of the Creator who designed it.
This is a though-provoking read but needed better editing. Highly informative. The art gallery illustration is over used.Published 1 month ago by CKDexter
There is no more complicated machine in the world than every cell in every living thing. Rana takes us through the knows science of the cell, and during this discussion you will... Read morePublished 2 months ago by W. Sid Vogel
I wanted to give this a 5, but decided on a 4 because the book is very technical. I found myself reading a paragraph 2 to 3 times to understand. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Phil
After my years in the medical science field, I'm still fascinated by the findings and operations of the many disciplines of science. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Craig T. Owens
When Darwin contructed his theory of evolution by random mutations and subsequent "survival of the fittest", which included the emergence of new body forms which led to new... Read morePublished 11 months ago by R. Chase
If you have any doubts that there needs to be a designer for a cell - this is a must read.
You will get the newest information available on cell structure and how it... Read more
Facts behind the cells design, leaves evolution in the realms of pseudo science. Give me the just the facts please.Published 12 months ago by jeff saffell
The Cell's Design is a fascinating book that takes you into the world of the cell, its functions,and the chemical inter-workings of the cell. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dennis
Dr. Rana doesn't get stuck on any one piece of evidence but does a great job showing how the full set of data from cell biochemistry is best explained by a creator. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bradley J Sargent