Do similar features found among different animal species prove a common ancestry? Is evolution purely science, as evolutionists claim, or are there other factors involved? How can we account for the evil in the world? In Darwin's Proof Cornelius Hunter tackles these questions head on, revealing evolution's scientific, philosophical, and theological failures. Following the success of Darwin's God, Hunter delves more deeply into the issues raised in that book. He exposes the weaknesses in evolution's scientific "proof" and reveals its philosophical contradiction: despite claims that religion plays no role in their theory, they rely on assumptions of God's character in order to argue that he could not have made this world. Hunter shows how Western religious traditions of Darwin's time laid the foundation for evolution, and offers Christians a reason for hope-the world is magnificent yet flawed, and only the Bible can adequately explain why this is so. Critical thinkers who are looking for an intelligent response to evolution's overconfidence will welcome this bold statement, and it will have enormous appeal to Christians who want a scientific, philosophical, and theological response to the claims of evolution.
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Published May 1, 2003
by Brazos Press.
History, Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math.