Darwinism Under the Microscope: How Recent Scientific Evidence Points to Divine Design
Brace yourself for a scientific earthquake! Strange "tremors" are now coming from science labs.
Did you know...
- The claim that "science and faith are enemies" is a myth?
- The discovery of DNA and its genetic code points squarely to a designer of the universe?
- The fossil record is a gigantic embarrassment and "headache" for evolution?
- Darwin's theories are based ultimately on philosophy, not on science?
As researchers uncover new levels of astonishing complexity within the cell, they suddenly face a shocking conclusion: Darwin was wrong. This sophisticated complexity could not arise by change; it must have been designed.
Darwinism Under the Microscope probes the exciting "Darwinism vs. Design" debate that is making headlines. It lays a scientific foundation for "divine design" and equips the reader to discuss the topic intelligently...even with professors!
One of the book's contributing authors, biologist Michael Behe, has done revolutionary work on the cell's tiny molecular machines. His "evidence of design" in Darwin's Black Box triggered an ever-expanding global controversy. Using Darwin's own pass-fail test, Behe concludes: "Darwin's theory has absolutely broken down." Darwinism Under the Microscope explains the breakdown and provides the knowledge and skill to share this breaking news with the next generation.
About the Author
James P. Gills, MD, is the founder and director of St. Luke’s Cataract and Laser Institute in Tarpon Springs, Florida. In addition to earning a reputation as the most experienced cataract surgeon in the world, he has dedicated his life to restoring more than physical vision. Dr. Gills has been an active author about spiritual topics for many years. His books include Love: Fulfilling the Ultimate Quest, Darwinism Under the Microscope, Come Unto Me, and the God’s Rx series.
Publisher: Charisma House; 1st Edition (September 26, 2002)
Paperback: 240 pages
Item Weight: 14.4 ounces
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.58 x 8.5 inches