Faith, Form, and Time: What the Bible Teaches and Science Confirms about Creation and the Age of the Universe

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B&H Publishing Group, 2002 - Religion - 287 pages
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Darwinian theories of the universe, although mostly rejected by evangelical Christians, have still found their way into creation theology. A concept such as evolutionist creation has watered down much of the Bible's teaching in order to reconcile with popular tenants of science. The whole controversy swirls around the age of the universe. Dr. Kurt Wise, an associate professor of science and director of the Center for Origins Research and Education at Bryan College, shows from solid biblical teachings and scientific confirmation why young universe creation is correct. Beginning with God and His Word as the standard, Wise demonstrates how the biblical witness teaches that the age of the universe is not as old as Darwinian theory would contend. He also demonstrates how all issues raised by evolutionists can be answered not only by the Bible, but also by scientific data and research, nailing shut macroevolution's coffin.
  

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Excellent book that covers all of the basics of the origins debate from one of the leaders of origins research. It wets the appetite to learn more about the debate between creation and evolution ... Read full review

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This is a well-written, straightforward presentation of the latest advances in Creation science. A must read for anyone who wants to be informed beyond the narrow mainstream, and for Christians who are seeking a strong apologetic argument. Brilliant.

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Wise received a B.A. from the Department of Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in paleontology from Harvard University. Currently, Dr. Wise is an associate professor of science and director of the Center for Origins Research and Education at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee.

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