Exposing Darwinism's Weakest Link

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Readers will find author Kenneth Poppe a knowledgeable, easy–to–follow guide as he focuses on the origin and nature of the species called Homo sapiens—man.

Presented with energy and humor, this up–to–date resource pulls no punches in its conclusion. All aspects of humanity that make us unique among life–forms, argues Poppe, were designed and implemented at the will of a supernatural Being. This is where the evidence points.

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Overview

Readers will find author Kenneth Poppe a knowledgeable, easy–to–follow guide as he focuses on the origin and nature of the species called Homo sapiens—man.

Presented with energy and humor, this up–to–date resource pulls no punches in its conclusion. All aspects of humanity that make us unique among life–forms, argues Poppe, were designed and implemented at the will of a supernatural Being. This is where the evidence points.

With a special gift for helpful analogies, good examples, and clear explanations, the author blows the lid off Darwinian myths surrounding issues like

  • evidence for prehistoric man
  • structures and behaviors thought to be remnants of earlier evolutionary steps
  • the beginning of speech
  • the origin of morality

Highly readable for anyone with a general background and superb for students and parents, as well as homeschoolers and educators who wish to present a complete picture of origins science.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736921251
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/1/2008
  • Pages: 306
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

The Nature of This Special Debate     9
The Starting Ground
Examining Your Family Tree: A Monkey for an Uncle?     15
A Masterful Plan: We Are Here by Design     21
Special-Order Science and Math
Our Backdrop: A Scientific Garden of Eden     29
Did Someone Deal the Perfect Hand?: Odds Are, the Deck Was Stacked     47
The Divine Proportion: The Pleasure of Perfect Math     55
The Water Molecule: A Miracle in Its Own Right     73
Wave Mechanics: Tailor-Made Physics     91
Humanity, A Separate Reality
Human Evolution: The Hopeless Fairy Tale of Origin and Migration     103
More About Human Evolution: New Discoveries, New Confusion     127
Vestigial Structures and Behaviors: Another Dead-End Argument     139
Human Language: Just More Sophisticated Grunts and Whistles?     157
Adam and Eve: Fact or Fiction?     171
If Science Is All, Whence Values?: "Random" Can't Account for Right and Wrong     185
The Ultimate Objection: The Nature of Information     203
Conclusion
Today's Influential Darwinists: Old and Young     235
Postscript: For the Spiritually Adventurous Only     253
For Further Consideration
A Proposed Reconciliation of Timelines: Combining Genesis and Geology     265
Abbreviated Geologic Timeline     281
A List of Relevant Resources: My Comments on Some of the Books Mentioned in This Text     287
Index of Selected Terms and Names     293
Index of Selected Key Individuals     297
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2008

    Courage and Rational Thought

    Challenging the 'conventional wisdom' is never easy and requires courage. Dr. Poppe has demonstrated such courage a second time. This book is a continuation of the work he began in his first book. He expands and buttresses his arguments without just rehashing his prior book. His tone is warm and conversational. His arguments are hard and sharp as a fine blade. A person looking for a straw man to knock down should avoid this book. A person who is curious about the topic, or just enjoys a well argued point should rush to this book. Hopefully more books in this vain will follow.

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