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Creation-Evolution and Nation in Distress

by:
William E. Nowers (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-4718-5 ©2008
Price: $10.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 119 pages
Category/Subject: RELIGION / Christianity / General

This book clearly shows the creation-evolution controversy is settled. Darwinian evolution is a fraud. Evolution is also shown as the underlying cause of the immorality and degradation of our nation.

Abstract:
This book presents a new look at the creation-evolution controversy and is especially directed to grass roots Americans. Microevolution is clearly defined, is common and accepted by everyone, so it cannot be an issue in any conflict. Macroevolution, or a change to a more advanced species, is shown to be nothing more than Darwin’s guess.

The author goes beyond the creation-evolution controversy to present evidence showing the wide spread, politically correct acceptance of Darwinian evolution, is the underlying cause of most of the immorality and degradation in our society today.

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Customer Reviews

  My Way or the Highway , 07/18/2008
Reviewer: David
Nowers present his six-day creation as a typical fundamentalist Christian - “It’s my way or the highway.” “The International Bible Commentary” published by Guideposts and Zondervan states on page 112 that the word day (yom) in Genesis 1 “… could be twenty-four hours, yet equally the whole creation act is one day in 2”4 (Heb.), and in various statements about God’s activity it is clearly a period.” The claim that evolution is the main cause of deterioration (sin) in the U.S. is absurd. The author makes no reference to the fall of man as recorded in Genesis 3 which, is seems, may be a major factor in the sins of our country and every other one. Another cause may be found in Job 1:7 where we find that Satan “roams the earth.” I would think Satan’s roaming spreading his deceit on the earth pre-dates the birth of Charles Darwin. Nowers book is well written and that he dwells on issues that are subject to differing opinions - although he is not open to any.

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