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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User Review  - stevage - LibraryThing

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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User Review  - madcurrin - LibraryThing

The forward to this book says that the author is "pissed off", which pretty much sums it up. For that reason alone it's an entertaining read. Beyond that, it is an insightful look behind the scenes of ... Read full review


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