The Adam Quest: Eleven Scientists Who Held on to a Strong Faith While Wrestling with the Mystery of Human Origins

The Adam Quest: Eleven Scientists Who Held on to a Strong Faith While Wrestling with the Mystery of Human Origins

by Tim Stafford
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The Adam Quest: Eleven Scientists Explore the Divine Mystery of Human Origins 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you enjoyed this book and have an interest in the Genesis version of human origins, then I would highly recommend, "In the Beginning - the Truth Behind Genesis" by Robert R. Davis. This book delves deeper than anything I have read on the subject to date.
mojo_turbo More than 1 year ago
Tim Stafford is a freelance writer and Senior Writer for Christianity Today Magazine. He’s written more than twenty books, both fiction and non-fiction. His latest is just out: The Adam Quest: Eleven scientists who held on to a strong faith while wrestling with the mystery of human origins. This book is for anyone who has ever said that science and faith are opposites. Each chapter of this book tells the story of a different research scientist who attempts to address all of the “hot topics” of young earth vs old earth, geology, paleontology, creation, evolution, intelligent design and more! In each chapter Stafford uses his skills as an interviewer to bring out the personal stories and questions each of these scientists has in an informative and open discussion. However, I don’t know that this book tries to “answer any questions” or “settle any debates,” I think this book better serves as a conversation starter and an opener for anyone who is interested in this field or who has questions. All that to say is the book might not appeal to “scientists” or people who have already devoted a lot of time and study to this field. I think this book better serves as a discussion starter and begins the process of bringing faith and science together. Thank you to Thomas Nelson for this preview copy in exchange for a fair and honest review