Refuting evolution : a handbook for students, parents, and teachers countering the latest arguments for evolution / by Jonathan D. Sarfati.
Contributor(s): Ham, Ken [foreword.]Publisher: Acacia Ridge, Qld : Answers in Genesis, Copyright date: ©1999Description: 143 pages : black and white illustrations ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 094990247 (paperback)Subject(s): Creationism | Evolution (Biology) -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityGenre/Form: Creation vs Evolution.
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A response to the National Academy of Sciences' "Teaching about evolution and the nature of science".--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foreword by Ken Ham -- Introduction -- Evolution & creation, science & religion, facts & bias -- Variation and natural selection versus evolution -- The links are missing -- Bird evolution? -- Whale evolution? -- Humans: images of God or advanced apes? -- Astronomy -- How old is the earth? -- Is the design explanation legitimate? -- Conclusion -- Index -- About the author.
In 1998 the National Academy of Sciences published and distributed a book to public schools and other institutions entitled "Teaching about evolution and the nature of science". This publication was designed to persuade and assist teachers to present the theory [of evolution] as fact and counter anti-evolutionist students...
The result of this mindset is the terror of unfathomable violence and aimless culture. "Refuting evolution" shakes off the debris of hopeless, unsubstantiated theory, and shines a light of educational freedom where it is desperately needed.--Back cover.
Added to GBC Library 2 October 2017.