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Baker The Collapse of Evolution, Third Edition Philosophy

The "facts" of evolution have dominated thinking for about a century. But Huse contends that these "facts" are really no more than a theory---and the theory is full of holes. In this third edition of his bestseller, he draws on up-to-date scientific data to present a case for creationism. Includes new chapters on archaeology and astronomy. 224 pages, softcover from Baker.
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Review 1 for The Collapse of Evolution, Third Edition Philosophy
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Date:May 20, 2009
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Timothy D. Oliver
The Collapse of Evolution is an excellent book. If I had only one book to give on the subject this would be the one. As Dr. D. James Kennedy rightly wrote on the endorsement, "The Collapse of Evolution is a devastating broadside to the theory of evolution.This is one of the best overviews on the subject currently available. This is a five star book, period. Make sure you have one ready to give your skeptical friends and family. We need to be ready to give an answer....
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Date:January 29, 2009
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David
I have a large library of books about creation and evolution. This one is, by some large margin, the worst. Huse manages to use secondary citations to other creationist authors without appearing to have ever actually looked at the actual research. Use of secondary citations like this are generally frowned upon in scientific writing and is evidence of very poor scholarship. But then this book is, unfortunately, not scientific writing. His criterion for including items appears to be "if somebody wrote anything criticizing evolution, then I should include it". He does this no matter how useful or misguided the criticism is. If you want to read creationist literature, I suggest you find Ken Ham, who is at least honest enough to say that there are some creationist arguments which should no longer be used.
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Date:October 23, 2004
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Anthony Reid
This is the best book I've read on the creation/evolution debate. In fact, over the years I've read it several times, and each reading reveals some powerful new refutation of evolution that I missed in previous readings. A very worthwhile purchase.
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Date:June 23, 2004
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Rock Norat
This is one of the best books on evolution in existence. It has been highly recommended by just about every Christian that I know that is knowledgeable on the subject. It refutes evolution. It is extremely concise. However, it has a great deal of scientific evidence to refute the claims of evolutionists. From Radiocarbon dating to Ape men he refutes all of the bogus claims. For example, did you know that the Neanderthal man was found to be a man with rickets? The updated book should have a ton of new information. I'm sure it's even more up to date than the edition that I have.
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