Monday, May 07, 2007

Lady Book Notes: Book Review: The Creation-Evolution Debate

I've just posted a review of a brief book about Creationism and Evolution. This introductory volume is a quick read. It's pretty good for people who are new to the issues involved in the debate and for those who want a quick review of the debate's history. Readers who are well-versed on this topic will not find much of interest in this book.

Lady Book Notes: Book Review: The Creation-Evolution Debate

4 comments:

Stephen said...

I couldn't see the review. I used your link but there was nothing there.

Evie Sears said...

That's weird, I just clicked on the link and it opened right up. Try going to the home page. It should be there too.

Stephen said...

Thanks Evie! I just read your review.
I will be picking up a copy of it for my library. It will be a good quick read to recommend to those who are looking into this subject.
I like the third model discussed by Larson reagarding "science and religion as pursuits that “coexist” in separate realms." I think there are definite strengths to this because science cannot explain faith just as faith cannot always explain science - nor do they have to.

Erik said...

Thanks, I find it a good idea to announce your book reviews on your regular blog. I'll read it a.s.a.p.