Not a Chance by R. C. Sproul
The Myth of Chance in Modern Science and Cosmology

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As technology allows a better view of the universe, R. C. Sproul asks an important question: Can chance be responsible for all that is?

In a lively dialogue with modern thinkers from Einstein and Hume to Niels Bohr and Carl Sagan, Not a Chance consults the laws of logic, linguistic and scientific theory, and mathematical understanding to probe the cause-effect relationship. Now in paperback, it is the only book-length critique of chance causation written by an evangelical. Sproul shows that the origin of the universe and humankind cannot be explained as a result of chance, and that chance can coexist neither with God nor with the natural sciences.

Readers interested in cultural apologetics and in the Bible and science, and anyone seeking a rational defense of creation, will be intrigued by this book. Twenty-five illustrations are included to aid the readers understanding.

 

About R. C. Sproul

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Dr. R.C. Sproul is founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries. His teaching program Renewing Your Mind with Dr. R. C. Sproul is broadcast in more than forty countries. He is the author of more than eighty books including The Work of Christ. Dr. Sproul and his wife, Vesta, reside near Orlando, FL.
 
Published February 1, 1999 by Baker Books. 250 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Science & Math, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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