The Most Substantial Arguments Against Darwinism [NOOK Book]

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SUBTITLE: "The Compiled Debates Toward Evolutionary Theory by Jim Lowrance"

This eBook combines three previously published titles, into one extensive study on the "Creationism versus Theory of Evolution Debate" (see a list of the 3 ...
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The Most Substantial Arguments Against Darwinism

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Overview

SUBTITLE: "The Compiled Debates Toward Evolutionary Theory by Jim Lowrance"

This eBook combines three previously published titles, into one extensive study on the "Creationism versus Theory of Evolution Debate" (see a list of the 3 titles this resources contains, following below).

Within the 21 chapters contained in this eBook (approx. 34,493 words in length), the greatest arguments against The Theory of Evolution are presented from both a Christian standpoint and from the standpoint of common sense and logic.

SECTION ONE:

Title: "Christian Answers to the Theory of Evolution"

Subtitle: "Respectful Disagreement with Evolutionary Science"

CHAPTER ONE:
Creation Vs Evolution Starting With Common Sense

CHAPTER TWO:
Age of the Earth and the Origin of Evil

CHAPTER THREE:
The Importance in Bible Teaching about the Age of the Earth

CHAPTER FOUR:
Man and Apes Common Ancestry Presented by Some Evolutionists

CHAPTER FIVE:
Intelligent Design the Ongoing Debate

CHAPTER SIX:
Seeing Purpose, Order, Meaning and Design in Things that Exist

CHAPTER SEVEN:
Darwin–Father of Evolution had Profound Doubts about the Theory

CHAPTER EIGHT:
Fossils Indisputably Revealing Evolutionary Theory, Where are they?

CHAPTER NINE:
Understanding the Genesis Gap Bible Teaching

CHAPTER TEN:
Why the Theory of Evolution did not hold the Answers or Proof I Needed Personally

CHAPTER ELEVEN:
The Reliability of the Biblical Record


SECTION TWO:

Title: "Biblical Old Earth Creationism Under Attack"

Subtitle: "Opposed Evolutionists and Young Earth Creationists"

CHAPTER ONE:
Comparing New Earth Creationism to the Genesis Gap

CHAPTER TWO:
Richard Dawkins Says Creationists are Hallucinating

CHAPTER THREE:
Satan’s Original Fall “To the Earth” was unmistakably PreAdamic

CHAPTER FOUR:
The Unanswered Questions of Genesis Gap “Debunkers”

CHAPTER FIVE:
More on the Fallen Angels of the Genesis Gap

CHAPTER SIX:
My Letter of Gratitude and Concern to a Fellow Old Earth – Genesis Gap Creationist


SECTION THREE:

Title: "Legitimate Reasons for Nonacceptance of the Theory of Evolution"

Subtitle: "Why Evolutionary Theories do not Make Sense"

CHAPTER ONE:
The Greatest Argument Against Evolution: No Living In-Between Transitions (Non-existing Intermediate Species)

CHAPTER TWO:
How Much Fact Does The Theory of Evolution Contain?

CHAPTER THREE:
A Sincere Christian Appeal to Dr. Richard Dawkins

CHAPTER FOUR:
The Absurd Claims by Extremist-Atheists against the Holy Bible and Christianity
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015705539
  • Publisher: James M. Lowrance
  • Publication date: 9/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 81 KB

Meet the Author

A husband, father and grandfather, I've been a contract salesman most of my life. I am also a veteran writer and have served as an editor, forum moderator (BellaOnline Thyroid Health) and an author of general health article titles (recipient of editor's choice awards - Suite101).

I received a diploma from Liberty University for completion of theological studies in 1996. I served as a youth minister, Bible teacher and guest speaker in fundamental, evangelical Christian churches, from 1983 to 2001.
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