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The Case for a Creator: A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That Points Toward God (Case for ... Series) Kindle Edition
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NB. Anyone going to university should get hold of all Strobel's books, entry level apologetics. The atheists will eat you up, and spit you out, unless your foundation for faith is good. These days the Christian has to use his mind, something sadly neglected these days. The Christian needs to know his apologetics, rather than apologising for being a Christian. I have been there, done that etc... (older Christian).
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Strobel uses his award winning investigative journalism skills to good effect in interviewing both Christian and Agnostic academics, bringing their scientific objections to Darwinistic philosophy to the reader in an instantly accesible way. You don't have to be a science geek to read this book; and if you do have a scientific background, there's plenty here for you too.
Read this book with an open mind - it's far better than anything you'll get from the BBC...
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Yet this is being rejected on principle by many other scientists . In the UK the government has refused to allow the evidence for intelligent design to be taught in schools on the grounds that evolution is understood and intelligent design isn't!
Strobel does an admirable job of cherry-picking his Darwinist references, however I'm inclined to think there are ommissions from those sources large enough to sail an ark through.
What's more, it seems a bit ridiculous for him to say that he's approaching the issue fairly when most of his experts are associated with an institute that is, by its own admission, there to 'replace materialistic explanations with the theistic understanding that nature and human beings are created by God', ie, push a religious agenda. It is inevitable he reaches the conclusions that reinforce the thesis of his book when he only interviews those individuals he knows will give him the answers he is looking for.
Despite my strong personal beliefs, I think it's important to understand more than one take on a given issue, in this case evolution. It's disappointing to see that this is among the best the ID movement can muster, particularly if you read it immediately before or after reading something on the opposite end of the spectrum (Gould, Dawkins et al).
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I liked this, but I think you need a bit of scientific knowledge to follow itPublished 5 months ago by joh
I bought this for my husband as it`s such a good read, and I had the hard back copy, this is a revised addition it`s brilliant great book.Published 15 months ago by susie o
Enjoyable read really a good eye opener very well written recommend it to everyone..... God does exist.Published 15 months ago by susie o
This book attempts to conflate The Scientific Method with so-called "Intelligent Design" (or as we should really call it, "Creationism"). Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mr. P. O'brien
I had no idea this would be anti-evolution.
Mr Strobel knows how to build a story. He asks questions from various 'experts' and then (ironically) takes their views as... Read more
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