What is Creation Science?

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Master Books, 1987 - Religion - 306 pages
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Two leading creation scientists provide conclusive evidence for intelligent design (an extremely popular topic today), and examine the major arguments used to support evolution.

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User Review  - Michael_Lilly - LibraryThing

Pseudo-science. Probably, not worth your time unless you want verification that the purpose of creation science is to foster teaching religion in public schools. Read full review

User Review  - Laura C. Gray - Christianbook.com

I loved it. They covered just about every aspect of the evolution/creation debate and presented it completely through science. I believe the Bible, but most evolutionists don't. I will re-read this book and use the information with many people. Read full review


The Vanishing Case for Evolution Science
The Life Science
Part HI The Physical Sciences

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Gary E. Parker is the best-selling author of ten novels and three novellas, including "Secret Tides" and "Fateful Journeys". A Christy Award finalist, Parker has become CBA's source for sweeping sagas of faith and family. A PhD graduate of Baylor University, he serves as the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Decatur, Georgia.

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