Henry Morris' seminal work on the subject has been used as a supplementary text in public universities. It provides an in-depth examination of the research for creation and covers dating methods, geology, biology, and many other areas. This book presents one of the strongest defenses of biblical creationism.
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Review 1 for Scientific Creationism - eBook
Date:February 13, 2013
This book was helpful to my daughter's studies and research. It is from a Christian, biblical perspective and well-documented.
This book has so many errors, many of which have never been corrected in subsequent reprints, even when Morris himself realized the errors. This book is a prime example of creationists' inability to accept when their pet ideas have been thoroughly debunked.
Though I had a hard time understanding some of this book, I do agree with the reader below that "this is probably the best single volume on the creation-evolution debate." Henry Morris and John Morris have a Trilogy out called "Modern Creation Trilogy" which goes more indepth about a wider range of topics. Though some of the stuff might be a review when reading it, I would still suggest reading them. Great books, the best books I've ever come across on the topic, and books that no evolutionist wants to have on the market. Morris is very Christ Honoring, as it should be.
This is the best work available, for gaining an understanding of how scientific facts fit into the creation model. Henry Morris brings his years of academic study and Bible knowledge together, in a way that can be understood by the laymen.
This book is a perennial bestseller that has been frequently reprinted, updated and enlarged over the years. This is the best single volume available for giving people a solid overview of Creation Science. It covers virtually all of the important topics and also has an extensive bibliography.
Absurd and COMPLETELY unscientific. It is no exaggeration to say this book is so flawed in content and rife with mis-understanding that only persons with a wholly defective comprehension of science can begin to take it seriously. For a more adequate, informed and authoritative treatment of the issue see "Finding Darwin's God" by Kenneth Miller. Perhaps also see "Science on Trial: The Case for Evolution."
This book really helped me understand how Science supports the belief of Creation.SC is easy to read and remember. I have used the logical and obviously correct informationin this book to discuss with others, the age old debate of Creation vs. Evolution.