Why Evolution Works (and Creationism Fails)

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Why Evolution Works (and Creationism Fails) is an impassioned argument in favor of science - primarily the theory of evolution - and against creationism. Why impassioned? Should not scientists be dispassionate in their work? 'Perhaps', write the authors, 'but it is impossible to remain neutral when our most successful scientific theories are under attack, for religious and other reasons, by laypeople and even some scientists who willfully distort scientific findings and use them for their own purposes.' Focusing on what other books omit, how science works and how pseudoscience works, Matt Young and Paul K. Strode demonstrate the futility of 'scientific' creationism. They debunk the notion of intelligent design and other arguments that show evolution could not have produced life in its present form. Concluding with a frank discussion of science and religion, ""Why Evolution Works (and Creationism Fails)"" argues that science by no means excludes religion, though it ought to cast doubt on certain religious claims that are contrary to known scientific fact. A few words from the authors...' We address this book, in part, to those who, for whatever reasons, deny what we consider well-founded scientific facts such as the antiquity of the Earth and the descent of species. At the very least, they carry an obligation to understand precisely what they reject. We also hope to provide parents, teachers, and others with sound arguments they can easily understand and give them ammunition with which to defend modern science.'

Product Details

Price
£23.50
Publisher
Rutgers University Press
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780813545509
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