--Victor J. Stenger, author of God: The Failed Hypothesis
"This book is an exceptionally well-written, informed and witty smack down of Christian attempts to deny the fact of evolution or incorporate it into their faith. The authors show us in this masterful book, the likes of which I have never seen before, that the implications of evolution are devastating for the Bible and the doctrines based on it. Absolutely brilliant!"
--John W. Loftus, author of The Outsider Test for Faith
"If I ever have to teach another workshop on how to debate creationists, this volume will be my textbook. Everything is there: comprehensive deconstruction of the Christian bible and its several myths of creation, comparative mythology and folklore, and all the relevant science from astronomy and quantum physics to molecular genetics and population biology. It clearly exposes the fatal flaws of biblical creationism, scientific creationism, creation science, intelligent design, and, yes, theistic evolution."
--Frank R. Zindler, editor of American Atheist Press, author of The Jesus the Jews Never Knew and Through Atheist Eyes
"Evolving out of Eden offers something unprecedented--a joint effort by a theologian and a highly accomplished engineer, both former Christian believers, to explicate the theology and the science behind more than a century of Christian responses to the challenge posed by Darwinian evolution . . . . Between them, Price and Suominen possess all the tools to track this quarry wherever it might dodge. Highly recommended!"
--Tom Flynn, editor of Free Inquiry Magazine
About the Author
Bob holds a PhD in systematic theology from Drew University (1981) and a PhD in New Testament from Drew (1993). He is the author of over a dozen books and his own New Testament translation, The Pre-NiceneNew Testament. He occasionally attends Episcopalian serviceswhere he sings, enjoys the stained glass, and keeps his mouth shut. Edholds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington (1995), where his senior project wound up being the subject of fourteen U.S. patents. He has retired from practice as a registered patent agent to write books rather than patents, for this one devoting himself to ayear of personal study about evolutionary science and its intersectionwith theology.