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Evolution, Creation & Science
An inspiring, well-documented exposition of the world-wide controversy between creation and evolution. ... All responsible scholars in biological science should familiarise themselves with this easily comprehensible essay. Highly recommended!
O.B. Kok
PhD in Zoology
Emeritus Professor, University of the Free State, South Africa
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Understanding the Big Bang
An excellent, up-to-date, examination of Big Bang cosmology in light of its underlying philosophical assumptions, observational evidence, and alternative models. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to learn about the current state of cosmology and its worldview connections.
John Byl
PhD in Astronomy
Emeritus Professor, Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia, Canada
The Christian Roots of Science
Before science could begin, it was necessary for people to believe certain things about the natural world, particularly that it is orderly and governed by natural laws. Leading historians of science have argued that this worldview arose out of Christian theology.
Einstein's Heroes
An excellent, well referenced and informative summary of the scientific achievements of three of the world’s greatest scientists: Newton, Faraday and Maxwell. These men were all highly esteemed by Albert Einstein and were his in fact, his ‘heroes’. What this booklet highlights is the extent to which these three great scientists were all devout believers in the God of the Bible and how their understanding of Creation of the Universe described in the book of Genesis both motivated and informed their scientific discoveries.
Professor Stephen Taylor
Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Galileo, Science and the Church
Galileo Galilei was one of the greatest scientists of the seventeenth century. Despite this, he spent the final years of his life under house arrest, the Roman Catholic Church having found him guilty of conduct that had rendered him “suspected of heresy”. Some claim that this is an example of an age-old conflict between science and faith. A more careful examination of the facts, however, leads to a very different conclusion.

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