While pursuing his Ph.D. in nuclear chemistry, one-time atheist Jay Wile came to the conclusion that "everything we know in natural science points to the existence of a Creator." Here he argues the scientific case for Christianity, tackling subjects such as irreducible complexity, intelligent design, miracles, creation vs. evolution, and the historical validity of the Bible. 117 pages, softcover from Apologia.
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Review 1 for Reasonable Faith: The Scientific Case for Christianity
Date:November 7, 2008
This is a wonderful book. It really break everything down and is very easy to understand
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Review 2 for Reasonable Faith: The Scientific Case for Christianity
Date:July 18, 2008
This is a good book! It doesn't even really scratch the surface of apologetics, but it does provide some very interesting facts.