TITLE

ACCORDING TO THE BOOK

PUB. DATE
April 2000
SOURCE
New Scientist;04/22/2000, Vol. 166 Issue 2235, p48
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Book Review
ABSTRACT
Presents information on several books related to science and creationism. Books including 'Finding Darwin's God,' by Kenneth Miller, 'The Genesis Flood,' by Henry Morris and John Whitcomb, 'Evolution: The Fossils Still Say No!' by Duane Gish; Suggestion of which books are suited to different schools of thought concerning the issue.
ACCESSION #
3032037

 

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