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With this book, the debate between Evolution and Creationism is officially over. Evolution wins! It's beyond unbelievable. Despite the consensus of evolution among professional scientists, 45% of the American public believes that God created humans separately from apes less than 10,000 years ago. This is because a large and well-financed religious movement muddies the water rather well in an effort to persuade the general public that evolution is wrong. Scientists argue using science, while creationists argue using faith. At first glance, it might appear that public opinion is deadlocked between the two sides. In this book, theologian Eric Hildeman breaks the deadlock with a radically different approach, arguing not from science, but from scripture. Showing the numerous and frequent examples of scriptural errors, contradictions, and fallacies, he illustrates that a literalistic interpretation of the Bible is dead wrong, and that leaders within the Christian faith who have drawn a line in the sand at a talking snake being a fact of history do so at the peril of their religion's very survival. If you have only a couple of pro-evolution books in your library, one of them should be Creationism: The Bible Says No!