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A presentation of the traditional, Patristic understanding of Genesis, which at the same time bravely exposes the lie of the modern philosophy of evolution. This is a vital, pathfinding work, which can serve as a true foundation for all sides in future discussions. ----His Eminence Metropolitan Joseph, Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Diocese of the USA, Canada, and Australia

It is with great joy and tremendous interest that we greet the publication of the second edition containing much additional theological and scientific material of great value of this remarkable work by Hieromonk Seraphim of blessed memory. Having myself employed the first edition of this work as a sourcebook in our courses on Apologetics and Comparative Theology, I can testify to the clarity and meticulousness of Fr. Seraphim's presentation of the traditional Orthodox doctrine of creation. I can moreover witness to the satisfaction with which students, previously instructed in evolutionist theories, encounter the truth about our God-breathed origins in the pages of this book. As an antidote against the fashionable but spiritually and intellectually corrosive 'dogma' of evolution, this work is unsurpassed. As such, it belongs everywhere parishes, monasteries, seminaries, and homes where Orthodoxy is taught and studied. ----Archimandrite Luke, Rector, Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, Jordanville, New York

This book is a treasure. It not only provides a careful survey of Patristic teaching on creation, it also makes plain the continuing relevance of this teaching by directly challenging the theory of evolution in both its secular and theistic forms. Anyone with a serious interest in Patristic theology or the creation/evolution controversy will find it of great value. -- --David Bradshaw, Professor of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, author of Aristotle East and West

It is with great joy and tremendous interest that we greet the publication of the second edition containing much additional theological and scientific material of great value of this remarkable work by Hieromonk Seraphim of blessed memory. Having myself employed the first edition of this work as a sourcebook in our courses on Apologetics and Comparative Theology, I can testify to the clarity and meticulousness of Fr. Seraphim's presentation of the traditional Orthodox doctrine of creation. I can moreover witness to the satisfaction with which students, previously instructed in evolutionist theories, encounter the truth about our God-breathed origins in the pages of this book. As an antidote against the fashionable but spiritually and intellectually corrosive 'dogma' of evolution, this work is unsurpassed. As such, it belongs everywhere parishes, monasteries, seminaries, and homes where Orthodoxy is taught and studied. ----Archimandrite Luke, Rector, Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, Jordanville, New York

This book is a treasure. It not only provides a careful survey of Patristic teaching on creation, it also makes plain the continuing relevance of this teaching by directly challenging the theory of evolution in both its secular and theistic forms. Anyone with a serious interest in Patristic theology or the creation/evolution controversy will find it of great value. -- --David Bradshaw, Professor of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, author of Aristotle East and West

It is with great joy and tremendous interest that we greet the publication of the second edition containing much additional theological and scientific material of great value of this remarkable work by Hieromonk Seraphim of blessed memory. Having myself employed the first edition of this work as a sourcebook in our courses on Apologetics and Comparative Theology, I can testify to the clarity and meticulousness of Fr. Seraphim's presentation of the traditional Orthodox doctrine of creation. I can moreover witness to the satisfaction with which students, previously instructed in evolutionist theories, encounter the truth about our God-breathed origins in the pages of this book. As an antidote against the fashionable but spiritually and intellectually corrosive 'dogma' of evolution, this work is unsurpassed. As such, it belongs everywhere parishes, monasteries, seminaries, and homes where Orthodoxy is taught and studied. ----Archimandrite Luke, Rector, Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, Jordanville, New York

This book is a treasure. It not only provides a careful survey of Patristic teaching on creation, it also makes plain the continuing relevance of this teaching by directly challenging the theory of evolution in both its secular and theistic forms. Anyone with a serious interest in Patristic theology or the creation/evolution controversy will find it of great value. ----David Bradshaw, Professor of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, author of Aristotle East and West

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood; Revised Second edition (September 2, 2011)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 1144 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1887904255
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1887904254
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 3.05 pounds
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