Is Darwinism the best explanation for the existence of life? Could life be more than the assembly of physical parts descended from some chemical ocean? What if Darwinism is just an interpretation of the data and not necessarily fact?
Even in a world where science is king, nature alone cannot account for the inherent design in nature. The issues in the Darwin/Design debate are complex, but careful scrutiny exposes the logical fallacies embedded within atheistic naturalism. We are not doomed to live in a cold and arbitrary reality based on materialism; intricate life is consistent with an infinite Designer.
By compiling a plethora of well-respected resources, Christian apologist Scott S. Chandler has done the lion's share of the scientific inquiry to explain the complicated ideas behind biological systems. He presents the seminal issues in the debate through fourteen lessons, expounding on such topics as "Irreducible Complexity," "There's More to Life Than Genes," and "The Fallacy of Self-Organization." Each lesson contains objectives, an icebreaker, and review questions so readers can put their knowledge to work in the real world.
The book Darwin or Design? is an incisive look at the debate in origins. Life is not purposelessness and there is a need for a memorable book that gets to the essence of the debate. When facing the ultimate question of whether God exists, knowledge of the design in biology is mandatory. The concise reference guide bridges the apparent divide between science and Scripture, enabling you to speak boldly about the truths of life.
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About the Author
Author Scott S. Chandler is a speaker and Christian apologist who has studied geology and archaeology in support of his argument for the veracity and uniqueness of Christianity-an argument based on evidence, reason, and scientific inquiry.
Scott holds a bachelor of science as well as advanced degrees in biblical studies and apologetics. His graduate studies include field school training in Israel and Scott has published numerous journal articles.