Science held hostage: what's wrong with creation science and evolutionism

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InterVarsity Press, 1988 - Religion - 189 pages
Howard J. Van Till, Davis A. Young and Clarence Menninga show how advocates of both creation science and evolutionism have abused scientific evidence and overstepped the boundaries of scientific investigation to promote their causes. 189 pages, paper

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Published in 1988, there’s no doubt that this intriguing book should be out of date by now. Yet it reads with the immediacy of modern debate, and details very clearly the difference between the realms ... Read full review


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Science Held Hostage by Creationism

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