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Louie Giglio / Matt Redman
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David Robertson
An Extra Chapter included in this revised edition. When Richard Dawkins published 'The God Delusion', David Robertson wanted there to be an intelligent Christian response. After some ill thought through interventions in the media it was obvious that no one was really going to answer the real issues ... (more)
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Dr A J Monty White
This book deals with some of the questions that have taxed the minds of scientists and philosophers for centuries the origin of the Universe, the origin of the earth, the origin of life, the origin of species and the origin of humans. In What About Origins? The author demonstrates that the evolutio... (more)
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Charles Foster
In THE SELFLESS GENE, Charles Foster assesses the claims of Neo-Darwinists and Young Earth Creationists, demonstrating that orthodox Christianity is not incompatible with what evolutionary biology says about our world. The real issue, he argues, centres around the ethical implications of natural sel... (more)
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R J Berry (ed) / T A Noble (ed)
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Charles Foster
Science. Religion. Darwin. Genesis. Polar opposites or potential allies? This is an intelligent, provocative but extremely accessible book, aimed at the general reader - both Christian and non-Christian - interested in the creation-evolution debate. In The Selfless Gene, Charles Foster asses... (more)
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Graeme Finlay / Stephen Patterson
2009 is the 150th anniversary of the publication of The Origin of Species and Christians continue to disagree about whether Darwinism should be baptised into our theology or rejected as anti-Christian. This book is aimed at Christians on both sides of the debate and hopes to further discussion. In ... (more)
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Nick Spencer
On 27 December 1831, Charles Darwin boarded HMS Beagle in Plymouth and embarked on a voyage that was to last nearly five years and, in other ways, a lifetime. Before the trip Darwin had been ‘a sort of Christian’: ‘orthodox’ in a conventional, rational, Anglican kind of way. What he experienced on t... (more)