Saving Darwin

Saving Darwin

How To Be A Christian And Believe In Evolution

Book - 2008
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Intelligent design, creationism, and evolution have always been hot topics for debate in America. Creationism and intelligent design are usually seen as the province of religious people, while evolution belongs to the scientists. More often than not, both camps see the other as "the enemy." But what about committed Christians who find something lacking in the ideas of both creationism and intelligent design? Can you still be a Christian and support the idea of evolution?

Scientist Karl Giberson believes you can. Raised a fundamentalist and influenced as a boy by Henry Morris's creationist classic The Genesis Flood, Giberson firmly believed in creationism through his college years. But while working on his Ph.D. in physics, he began to doubt that science could have gotten everything as thoroughly wrong as the creationists suggested, and he gradually abandoned his creationist beliefs--but not his belief in Christianity. Through careful research, Giberson concluded that Christianity and evolution do not have to be incompatible. In Saving Darwin, Giberson paints a clear picture of the creation/evolution controversy and explores its intricate history, from Darwin to the current culture wars, carefully showing why--and how--it is possible to believe in God and evolution at the same time.

Publisher: New York : HarperOne, c2008.
ISBN: 9780061228780
Characteristics: viii, 248 p. ; 24 cm.


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Sep 26, 2011

History of Creationism told by a former creationist, but still a fervient christian and scientist, shows that this matter can be settle as Europe did long time ago.
How this American movement was born, and what are they doing to keep it alive as Intelligent Design, in spite of the overwhelming evidence pointing to Evolutionism.

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