The book provides a critical evaluation of evolutionism. It answers essential questions like, “Is evolutionism as a worldview philosophically sound?;” “What can we reasonably say about Darwinist-evolutionistic worldview as a belief system?;” and “Is the moral philosophy that it advocates sensible?” This work also aims to help in resolving the philosophical debate on whether or not we must remove God in the sphere of morality.
Moreover, the book could equip theists, agnostics, and atheists alike with valuable information as they confront or deal with the evolutionist worldview.
Hopefully, this book could also give light to the readers in order to somehow remedy the moral disarray which has become a characteristic of societies today. For readers who are serious in looking for an ethical system to be used as a guide in their moral decisions, this work somewhat offers an evaluation of some ethical theories and moral worldviews.
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About the Author
JENSEN DE GUZMAN MAÑEBOG writes about philosophy, history, life lessons, education, and literature. He took up Bachelor of Arts degree (graduated summa cum laude), finished his Master's from University of the Philippines-Diliman, and completed doctoral level units. He has been teaching History, Philosophy, Debate, Education, and Social Science subjects in some universities in Metro Manila, Philippines for many years. Also a textbook author and editorial consultant of some academic sites, his published textbooks (adopted by some universities), multidisciplinary researches, lectures, and blogs have been garnering various favorable comments and are used by many educators. Graduated class valedictorian both in elementary and high school, the author is also a Professorial Lecturer in the Graduate School of a state university in Metro Manila and the President of the academic organization ELPAP (E-Learning Practitioners Association of the Philippines). His e-books were written in partnership with OurHappySchool.com and/or Philippine-Guide.com. (In mid-2014, Prof. Jensen took on a holy vocation and voluntarily granted the full copyrights of his e-books to his partners/publishers.)