Darwin and Darwinism 150 Years Later: Biblical Faith and the Christian Worldview
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In 1859 Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: or, the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. It has affected the worldview of generations since encouraging them to think that they are the products of chance random process that ultimately have no reason for existence.
This book reviews Charles Darwin's religious ideas and questions his evolutionary claims in the light and authority of the Bible which sets forth a worldview consistent with faith in God.
"To the growing bank of literature exposing the flaws in Darwinian evolution, this small and accessible book is a valuable contribution. A plain and potent critique of Darwinianism, together with the careless views held by some Christians that it has spawned, is woven into a thoroughly reasonable alternative based upon the authority of the Bible - and one that does not conflict with good science."?
- Brian H Edwards, Author
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