Creation as Science: A Testable Model Approach to End the Creation/evolution Wars

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NavPress, 2006 - Religion - 291 pages
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This book proposes that any account or model of how the universe, life, and humans came to be deserves serious consideration if and only if it is verifiable/falsifiable. A valid model must stand or fall by the scientific method. It must address the why questions and successfully predict what ongoing research will reveal. The book introduces one such model, the Reasons To Believe (RTB) Creation Model. While many voices argue that creation is a strictly religious notion, Ross demonstrates that it can also be a scientific one. - Jacket.

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This book gave me a lot of things to think about. It challenged some of my assumptions about evolution/creationism. This book advocates the RTB creation model which is an old-earth creationism model ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowlegments
11
The Perennial Conflict
17
Whos Saying What?
25
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Scientist and author Hugh Ross was the youngest person to serve as director of observations for Vancouver's Royal Astronomical Society. He received a provincial scholarship and a National Research Council of Canada fellowship to study at the University of Columbia, the University of Toronto and at Caltech in the US. Ross is a lecturer in the Simon Greenleaf Institute of Apologetics at Trinity Law School in California. He has written many books and hosts the TV show Reasons to Believe, which is also the name of the organization he founded in 1986.

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