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I found the book to be very helpful in understanding the three point of view.
The reader is deprived of any scientific critique of the Old Earth Creationist view and instead finds a philosophical objection to a view not even presented yet.
That being said, I feel I approached the book not being sold on any of the positions listed.
It is somewhat difficult to rate a book like this as there are multiple contributors and authors presenting multiple views on a controversial topic. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Aaron M. Marcelli
The discussion on progressive creation is outstanding. The dialectic approach of opposing views is enlightening, and expands ones understanding.on the issue.Published 8 months ago by Donald Sidat
J. P. Moreland and John Mark Reynolds provide a thoughtful tome with a great variety of perspectives. Read morePublished on April 1, 2012 by Ned - Origins Activist ("NOA")
An underlying theme in "Three Views" is that how one understands the nature of science is of primary significance for guiding where one ends up on the creation/evolution issue. Read morePublished on December 14, 2009 by Randy A. Stadt
A good and necessary book with lots of food for thought but it sometimes seems more like a precursor to a real debate - defining terms and worldviews - versus an argument for each... Read morePublished on April 6, 2009 by J. SHARP
If you really want answers to questions of this nature study biology
instead of getting your head filled with this ideological non-sense.
A very good review of the three views on creation/evolution (Young Earth and Old Earth Creation and Theistic Evolution). Read morePublished on November 11, 2006 by C. F. Gehrke