In Six Days: Why 50 Scientists Choose to Believe in Creation

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John Ashton
New Holland, 1999 - Science - 360 pages
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The Creation vs Evolution debate continues to be a hot topic around the world. This book brings together in one volume the views of many scientists who believe in creation. In this fascinating collection of articles from 50 leading research scientists, all with doctorates, some of whom are emeritus professors at top British and US universities, each scientist explains in layman's terms why they hold to a literal 6 day Biblical creation and not evolution.

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This is an excellent book with 50 short paragraphs written by 50 scientists each explaining way they believe that the universe was created in six solar days. It is easy to read and interesting to see the reasons derived from there divers backgrounds.

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Excellent book.It helped me to realise that God did just what His written Word said He did in Genesis.I like to read articles that tell us how big the Universe is.Like with our current technology and ... Read full review

Contents

JOHN K G KRAMER Biochemistry
34
SARFATI Physical Chemistry
64
KEITH H WANSER Physics
90
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About the author (1999)

John Ashton was formerly University Lecturer in New Testament Studies, and Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford.

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