What is Creation Science
by Henry M. Morris and Gary E. Parker

An old (1982, revised 1987) but persuasive case for creation versus evolution. The first half, written by Parker about the life sciences is the most persuasive part. The second part, written by Morris, about the physical sciences, is concerned with issues such as the laws of thermodynamics and the age of the earth and less with creation.

The mathematic disproof of evolution might be persuasive if it could be understood.

Year Read: 2006


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