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on February 27, 2009
"During the great depression of the 1930s, Arthur and his family of farmers lived through such severe injustice that he decided the church was, for the most part, humbug and hypocritical. He considered himself to be an atheist," relates his wife, Beate Wilder-Smith.

What led to Arthur's conversion to a personal faith in Jesus Christ?

Find out how Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith's struggles, his inquiring scientific approach to issues, his interaction with strong thinkers and personalities, and his faith shaped him into a leader with compassion and deep understanding of life's existential questions.
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on November 5, 2013
Beware of the critic who uses the word 'Creationist' to loosely. I have read every book by Wilder-Smith on the biology of life at least twice. I learned to think critically about all areas of science for over 50 years. One the formative influences in my experience has been Wilder-Smith. His knowledge of biological chemistry is encyclopedic. Wilder-Smith's teaching credentials are as well know as any top professor in his field. This book will assist you in learning at a basic level what life chemistry is all about. With a critical assessment the products of intelligent origin are apparent. Wilder-Smith's books are hard to come by. So search them out before making a thoughtful assessment of his arguments with an open mind, a dictionary of terms, and inquisitive research. Do not be put off by his terms learn what they mean. Don't allow short insults by an obvious bias reader put you off. Think for yourself.
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on November 30, 2012
Wilder-Smith is to Creationism what James Hillman is to psychology in the flood of words and ADD jumpy prose, reviewing everything that has ever been written or spoken about an idea and concluding it's all wrong and only he is right. It might very well be. But it is so hard to read, so hard to follow, so stand-offish in the author/reader coupling.
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