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This is a good read and not too difficult - but I havn't finished it. I am confident I shall learn from it since the author has a good epistemological approach.
For those of you reviewing this book as though Ruse is somehow acting simply as one interested in finding "reasonable" sides to a very complex issue, you need to get off the fence! Read morePublished on April 11, 2009 by A. Behrends
In this book, Ruse does what he says he will do: he tackles the question given in the book's title head on and does not avoid, or short shrift, the really diffiulct areas. Read morePublished on July 11, 2008 by Kevin Currie-Knight
This was overall an okay book, I suppose. It was not anything deeply profound, but it was worth the read, for sure. Read morePublished on May 30, 2007 by firebird12637
This is a very informative and helpful book, and a real delight to read. It is written in a charitable spirit and irenic tone with liberal doses of good humor. Read morePublished on May 25, 2006 by Daniel C. Harlow
A more appropriate title for this book might have been _Is It Logically Possible for a Darwinian to Be a Christian?_ (but from an aesthetic perspective this would have been awful). Read morePublished on December 12, 2005 by James R. Henderson
I don't say this lightly. He comes from a real Friendly Quaker perspective on things, in the process strongly affirming Christ's presence and reality in all places, and looking to... Read morePublished on November 21, 2005 by Jedidiah Carosaari
The author arrives at the incorrect answer to the question he approaches. Darwinian evolution is impossible without death. Read morePublished on June 8, 2005 by J. Andrew Howe
Generally when one is asked whether one has read such-and-such a book, the implication is that the interlocutor has read the book and was persuaded by its arguments, so the... Read morePublished on January 27, 2004 by Andrea Stengel