An exciting new book by Dr David Rosevear on Interpreting Origins Science.
It is sad to tell that very few books pack a wallop these days, but this is a notable exception. This book is a survey of today’s state of play between creation science and the evolutionary philosophy that seems to be preached everywhere, in all our media outlets, schools, colleges and universities. That in itself is a strange state of affairs, because the more knowledgeable evolutionists are forced to concede (some readily so) that their theory is full of holes, and argues its case from a position not just of weakness, but of a sheer inability to prove itself. The evolutionist’s dilemma lies in the fact that scientific facts and findings are very much against him.
Dr Rosevear explains all this, and he does so mainly by hoisting the proponents of evolution theory on their own proverbial petard – by quoting their own admissions and acknowledgements that the theory doesn’t work and has no basis in the observed and tested facts of simple science. The book is a veritable goldmine of sources, each meticulously presented so that any reader or student may themselves pursue matters further. I say again that this book packs a wallop, and is an indispensable tool for any who are interested in today’s controversy. Rarely in history has so much been at stake.