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Faith, Reason & Earth History: A Paradigm of Earth and Biological Origins by Intelligent Design
Faith, Reason & Earth History: A Paradigm of Earth and Biological Origins by Intelligent Design
by Leonard Brand
Edition: Paperback
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The current Best-in-Class, October 8, 1998
Texts by creationists range from excellent books by acclaimed scientists to downright awful offerings from overenthusiastic laymen. Dr. Brand's work is among the very best. After reading it I see why Dr. Kurt Wise recommended it above all others.
This book is something seasoned warriors of the creation/evolution controversy can sink their teeth into, yet it can be readily understood by anyone with a decent education. Brand is extremely fair and patient in his handling of topics and careful not to make unwarranted claims. Anti-creationists expecting to score easy points against this book may find themselves learning a few things and rethinking their positions instead. Likewise, overenthusiastic creationists who have been a little too fast and loose with facts will hopefully mature a little by reading this book.
The only significant shortcoming I see is that Brand has apparently little awareness of creationist thinking and research found in two peer-reviewed journals; the Creation Research Society Quarterly and Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal. However, this does not detract from the quality of what *is* covered. Two thumbs up!
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Mere Creation; Science, Faith & Intelligent Design
Mere Creation; Science, Faith & Intelligent Design
by William A. Dembski
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars A significant contribution to the ID movement., October 7, 1998
Despite it's lingering popularity evolutionary naturalism is a dead horse. The origins wars of the 21st century will be primarily fought between the Intelligent Design (ID) movement and the Biblical Creationist movement.
The battle lines between the two have not yet been clearly drawn, and many within the ID movement today are biblical creationists. Christians and other traditional theists will find this volume worthy reading, but should be forewarned that not all the authors are interested in developing a Bible-based or biblically consistent theory of origins.
The book is largely derived from the 1996 Mere Creation conference.


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