Evolution And God

Evolution And God

by Phillip Duke

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The most important book of the 19th Century is Charles Darwin's Origin Of Species, which presents Darwin's  Theory of Evolution. Darwin's Theory was generally attacked as being anti-religious, since it supposedly eliminates God as taking part in the development of life, which is presented as a blind and purposeless process..

This book presents evidence that to the contrary, Evolution is actually a guided and directed process. Natural Laws guide and direct Evolution, and are ultimately responsible for the existence of human beings. The name of the creator and sustainer of  Natural Laws always has been, and is, God.

 Evolution as generally presented emphasizes competition,  and neglects the great importance of cooperation in the struggle for life. The possibility is examined that human life may be an evolutionary dead end. The importance and possibility of humanity's colonizing other worlds, is presenteded.

If the subject of Evolution And God interests you, you will enjoy reading this book, by professional scientist Phillip Duke Ph.D..

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016301891
Publisher: Phillip Duke
Publication date: 03/18/2013
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 152 KB

About the Author

Phillip Duke B.S., Ph.D. is a graduate of UCLA with the B.S. in Chemistry, and of USC with the Ph,D. in Experimental Pathology/Biochemistry.  Now retired, he writes on various aspects of life. His most popular titles:are:

Jack the Ripper vs. Sherlock Holmes

HEROIN God's Own Medicine

Folly of the Hydrogen Bomb

Starship To New Earth Now


GOLDEN SHOWERS Stories by Phyllis

All 26 published titles are described on Philduke.weebly.com.  Any of  Dr. Phil's ebooks will be gifted to you on  request, simply email drpduke@wmconnect.com. All readers are invited to contact Dr. Phil Duke by email.

An ancient saying- "The mills of the Gods grind very slowly, but they grind very fine."

Buena suerta, y vaya con Dios!


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