No More Monkey Business : Evolution in Crisis
The evidence presented in this book includes the latest fascinating findings in the fields of genetics, physics, microbiology, cosmology, paleontology and geology. Concepts examined include the irreducible complexity of microbiological life and DNA, the impossibility of cumulative positive genetic mutations creating new genetic information and new species, and the now widely acknowledged complete failure of the fossil record to provide proof of gradual evolution. These and many other findings present overwhelming scientific evidence that refutes the concept of gradual evolution by chance processes and points to a personal, all-powerful, transcendent God as the creator of life.
There may be some readers who pick up this book out of curiosity, but who do not believe that the creation / evolution debate is of great consequence. However, the theory of evolution has been a significant factor in the decline in belief in God over recent decades. The philosophy of secular humanism that now pervades the developed world is strongly rooted in the alternate story of origins that evolution provides. It is a story of a purely mechanistic universe, without purpose or meaning. It is a story of a universe without either intentional causality or ultimate accountability. In the evolutionary universe, humans are no more than highly evolved animals who arose from nothing, who may live as they wish, and will return to oblivion when they die. In this sense, the story of evolution is the direct antithesis of the story of the Bible. It is a very important issue.
It is my hope and prayer that through reading this book, you will become familiar with the important issues surrounding this debate, and that the evidence will lead you to a firm faith in the transcendent, all-powerful God who created you and calls you back into relationship with himself.
Dr. David Berlinski, Professor of Mathematics and Molecular Biology at Columbia University, stated:
"Darwin's theory of evolution is the last of the great nineteenth-century mystery religions. As we speak, it is now following Freudians and Marxism into the nether regions, and I'm quite sure that Freud, Marx and Darwin are commiserating one with the other in the dark dungeon where discarded gods gather." (H.S. Lipson, Physicist Looks at Evolution, Physics Bulletin 31, 1980, p. 138)
- Paperback | 394 pages
- 148 x 210 x 21mm | 467g
- 03 Jun 2019
- Kevin Simington
- 30 Illustrations