Me, the professor, fuzzy & the meaning of life / by David Pensgard ; foreword by Ken Ham.Material type: TextPublisher: [Florence, KY] : [Answers in Genesis], Copyright date: ©2002Description: 213 pages : black and white illustrations ; 24 cm + pdf copy of book on CD.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeOther title: Me, the professor, fuzzy and the meaning of life [Other title].Subject(s): Meaning (Philosophy) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Logic | Thermodynamics | God (Christianity) | Creation | CreationismGenre/Form: Creation vs Evolution.
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Second printing: 2006
Includes CD inside back cover containing pdf copy of book.
What is the meaning of life? -- Where to start: an open mind & logic -- Black, white grey: do real answers even exist? -- The real world -- Thermodynamics: can these laws be broken? -- The story of our universe: an autobiography? -- One step beyond: the supernatural -- Evolution, blind chance & the question of God -- Which god is God? -- Separating the wheat from the chaff -- What's left?: the four finalists -- Inspired or conspired: whose word can we trust? -- Mystery solved: the big question is finally answered!
The big question. What's worse than having too many questions? Having too many answers, of course! Among the multitude of philosophies and religions, can anyone really discover the true meaning of life? Who can say which ideas are right? Perhaps you can! Follow the narrator as he thinks his way through the world of ideas in this dynamically illustrated journey. Learn how to intelligently choose between mutually exclusive ideas and put propaganda and bias into perspective. Thought-provoking yet entertaining and easy to understand, this book tackles the hardest questions that have ever been asked.--Back cover.