Telling lies for God: reason vs creationism

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Random House Australia, 1994 - Philosophy - 303 pages
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This controversial analysis of creationism examines the arguments put forward to support the acceptance of a literal interpretation of the Biblical account of creation, and presents counterarguments from a scientific viewpoint. Also critically examines the material that many creationists use to support their beliefs. Includes a bibliography. The author is professor of geology at the University of Melbourne.

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This book, which I read as a teenager, was the first time I was exposed to creationism and its systematic disrobing. It was reassuring to know that the ridiculous claims of creationists can, in fact ... Read full review

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First introduced to this book by my evolution and ecology lecturer, I searched high and low for a copy for a number of years. This is definitely a very interesting read. Read full review

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Why it matters
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Science the Bible and creationism
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Scientific fraud
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Copyright

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