Published April 2000
by iUniverse .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
He has subtitled it, “Resolving a Creation Controversy,” and even though I admire the author and enjoyed the book, I personally doubt this book resolved the issue, but I do believe the author, Hugh Ross, has shed valuable light on this debate and has sincerely attempted to extinguish much of the heat generated in Christian circles, by /5(). Looking at the people involved in this social movement and tracing changes in their arguments and strategies, this book links the creation-evolution controversy to broader questions about the meaning of religion in a secular science, public trust in science, and persistent concerns about its social and moral : Dorothy Nelkin. The Creation-Evolution Controversy is unlike any other book on this hotly debated subject. Dr. Wysong references every point in supporting the Creationist concept with scientifically proven points and logical theory. The book does not deny evolution, it simply restates that evolution began much more recently than the Darwinists would have us /5(16). The Creation Controversy & The Science Classroom 1 M Modern Science and the Book of Genesis James W. Skehan, S.J. any religious people, including scientists, hold that God created the universe and the various processes driving physical and biological evolution and that these processes then resulted in the creation of galaxies, our solar system.
All who profess a love of knowledge, thirst for answers about our origins, seek scientific and logical clarity, and can come to this subject with a truly open mind will find The Creation-Evolution Controversy refreshing, illuminating, and worthy of more than the usual attention. "The man is . The length of the creation days in Genesis sparks a storm of controversy. At the core of the debate, where lighting strikes and thunder roars, lie key questions whose answers promise hope for resolution. In A Matter of Days, author and astronomer Hugh Ross addresses these questions and explores how the creation-day controversy s: This excellent book, along with Ross's Creator and the Cosmos, helped me reach conclusions about difficult questions that had concerned me for years. The creation-date controversy is an unnecessary distraction, and an unnecessary source of embarrassment for many Christians/5(15). This rhetorical study of the various language strategies and competing worldviews involved in the year argument between Biblical creationists and Darwinian evolutionists focuses on the Huxley/Wilberforce debate, the Scopes Monkey Trial, and the Arkansas Creation-Science Price: $
A compelling book! Whether you are a new earth Christian or an old earth Christian you will find the information presented by Dr Ross very persuading. The authors focal point throughout is that regardless of your Creation beliefs we are all ultimately Christians and should resolve our doctrinal differences in an atmosphere of love and solidarity/5(37). The length of the creation days in Genesis sparks a storm of controversy. At the core of the debate, where lighting strikes and thunder roars, lie key questions whose answers promise hope for. Creation Controversy is a platform for discussion of models, views, opinions, etc. - all referred to here in this brief section as models - where various evidence and . The remaining entries feature books published from (the year of the "Scopes II" trial in Arkansas) to , and include works that address historical, sociological, philosophical, religious, cosmological, geological, biological, and anthropological issues surrounding the creation/evolution : James L. Hayward.