Origins: Linking Science and Scripture

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Review and Herald Pub Assoc, 1998 - Religion - 384 pages
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If you accept the biblical account of origins, do you have to reject science? Ariel Roth argues that taken together, science and religion give us a more complete and sensible understanding of the world around us.
 

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Contents

A LINGERING QUESTION
17
FASHIONS IN THINKING
33
PUTTING IT TOGETHER
47
WHERE DID LIFE COME FROM?
63
THE SEARCH FOR AN EVOLUTIONARY MECHANISM
80
FROM COMPLEX TO MORE COMPLEX
94
HUMAN ORIGINS
116
MORE BIOLOGICAL QUESTIONS
130
TIME QUESTIONS
233
SOME GEOLOGIC QUESTIONS ABOUT GEOLOGIC TIME
262
A MARVELOUS ENTERPRISE
277
SOME QUESTIONS
285
SOMETHING UNUSUAL
298
QUESTIONS ABOUT SCRIPTURE
313
IS SCIENCE IN TROUBLE?
327
ALTERNATIVES BETWEEN CREATION AND EVOLUTION
339

THE FOSSIL RECORD
147
THE GEOLOGIC COLUMN AND CREATION
162
WHAT FOSSILS SAY ABOUT EVOLUTION
178
THE BIG ONES
195
GEOLOGIC EVIDENCE FOR A WORLDWIDE FLOOD
215
A FEW FINAL WORDS
355
GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
365
INDEX
372
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