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What's With the Mutant in the Microscope: Stuff to Know When Science Says Your Uncle Is a Monkey

de Kevin Johnson

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They Say Your Uncle Was Fuzzy--Or Was He? You've heard that the theory of evolution is a fact. The hot debates and gaping holes of Darwinian evolution rarely show up in science class. Instead you learn that along with Aunt Mabel and Cousin Verne, your family tree includes a swinging set of primates, some lunkheaded lizards, and even a singled-celled...well, cell. Talk about weird family reunions! Most people choose biology over the Bible, science over Sunday school, goo over God. Got a good response? What's With the Mutant in the Microscope? romps through the solid scientific reasons to believe God made your world. You'll learn: Why natural selection plus micro-mutations can't produce huge change Where science gets its "facts" Why evolution becomes a religion --and biggest of all-- How the real facts of life demonstrate intelligent design. You can't afford to ignore evolution's best arguments--or the counter-argument of God's awestriking handiwork. The award-winning team of biologist-apologist James White and bestselling youth author Kevin Johnson gives you the life-altering stuff you need to know when science says your uncle is a monkey. Are you the product of dumb luck--Or God's Design?… (més)
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They Say Your Uncle Was Fuzzy--Or Was He? You've heard that the theory of evolution is a fact. The hot debates and gaping holes of Darwinian evolution rarely show up in science class. Instead you learn that along with Aunt Mabel and Cousin Verne, your family tree includes a swinging set of primates, some lunkheaded lizards, and even a singled-celled...well, cell. Talk about weird family reunions! Most people choose biology over the Bible, science over Sunday school, goo over God. Got a good response? What's With the Mutant in the Microscope? romps through the solid scientific reasons to believe God made your world. You'll learn: Why natural selection plus micro-mutations can't produce huge change Where science gets its "facts" Why evolution becomes a religion --and biggest of all-- How the real facts of life demonstrate intelligent design. You can't afford to ignore evolution's best arguments--or the counter-argument of God's awestriking handiwork. The award-winning team of biologist-apologist James White and bestselling youth author Kevin Johnson gives you the life-altering stuff you need to know when science says your uncle is a monkey. Are you the product of dumb luck--Or God's Design?

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