Darwin's Enigma: Ebbing the Tide of Naturalism [NOOK Book]

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Evolutionists have long known that Charles Darwin's original argument against his own theory - that a lack of fossil evidence of transitional forms would reduce him to an embarrassing footnote in history - was screamingly true. No legitimate fossil evidence exists that shows one species changing into another.

This startling realization led Luther Sunderland to an exhaustive search of the subject, and his findings show clearly that evolution is ...

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Overview

Evolutionists have long known that Charles Darwin's original argument against his own theory - that a lack of fossil evidence of transitional forms would reduce him to an embarrassing footnote in history - was screamingly true. No legitimate fossil evidence exists that shows one species changing into another.

This startling realization led Luther Sunderland to an exhaustive search of the subject, and his findings show clearly that evolution is a theory in disarray.

From his own interviews with leading evolutionists, and an examination of the fossil evidence, Sunderland shows that the Enigma of Darwin's anti-God philosophy is that the facts show it is anything but rock-solid.

Before is death in 1987, Luther Sunderland had garnered the respect of creationists worldwide for his investigative writing of the evolution controversy. After obtaining an engineering degree from Penn State University, Sunderland spent 30 years developing automatic flight control systems for the General Electric Company. DARWIN'S ENIGMA remains on intensely popular work on the theory of origins.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781614582076
  • Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/1/1998
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2008

    The perfect place to begin

    If I were to rate my favorite books according to the amount of ink I used to underline and star vital passages, this one would come out near the top. It was here that I first learned a number of critical facts about evolution ¿ and read the admissions of prominent evolutionists, including the late Stephen J. Gould of Harvard, that there really are no transitional forms in the fossil record. Ooops.

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