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The Cultures of Creationism: Anti-Evolution in English-Speaking Countries

Even in a world where secular scientific discoveries and assumptions have come to dominate the lives of so many people, science cannot be said to have rendered religion obsolete. Since the nineteenth century, one particular debate has been of central importance in apparent conflicts between science and religion: that of evolutionist versus creationist views on human origins.

This book presents both the history and the contemporary dimensions of disputes over the emergence of our species…

Submitted:Jul 5, 2006
Brand:Ashgate Publishing
Total comments:0
Category:Theology
3 diggs • 0 comments • Jul 5, 2006

The Cultures of Creationism: Anti-Evolution in English-Speaking Countries

This book presents both the history and the contemporary dimensions of disputes over the emergence of our species.

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Who Was Adam?: A Creation Model Approach to the Origin of Man

Scientists Fazale Rana and Hugh Ross introduce a testable scientific model for humanity's origin--a Biblical model--that sheds light on the latest findings on evolution and the origins of man…

Submitted:Aug 25, 2005
Author:Fazale Rana
Brand:NavPress Publishing Group
Total comments:11
Category:Theology
15 diggs • 5 comments • Sep 17, 2005

On The Origins of Humanity

Biochemist Fuz Rana's newest book exploring the science behind the origin of man. Dr. Rana takes a unique approach to this issue that is worth exploring.

3 diggs • 6 comments • Aug 25, 2005

A New Approach to the Origin of Man

An exciting new book will be released soon that will explore and develop a new model for the origin of humanity. Promises to be a must read book.

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