Many in our modern society believe that science has disproved the Bible. Instead of believing in God, many place their faith in chance or evolution . . . even though both require faith. However, the scientific evidence much better supports faith in God and creation rather than in chance and evolution. Origins? investigates society's modern faith in evolution and asks some penetrating questions: . Is evolution consistent with other major scientific principles? . Are there natural limits to biological change and variation in nature? . Do comparative similarities in DNA between species prove that all living things share a common evolutionary and biological ancestry? . Has science proved that life can come into existence from non-living matter? . What does the fossil record really prove? . Do all scientists believe in evolution? Instead of easily accepting the explanations of evolution, even the average lay person can logically determine from the contents of this well-researched book that modern day science clearly supports creation and demolishes evolution. Modern society can once again place its faith in God, the Creator.
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The author, B.G. Ranganathan (pronounced "Ranga-nathan") was born in Madras, India, and at a young age emigrated with his family to the United States. Mr. Ranganathan was raised in a traditional Hindu family but during his early teenage years he recognized his need for salvation and received the Lord Jesus Christ into his heart as his personal Lord and Savior. He received his B.A. with academic concentrations in theology and biology and has given lectures and seminars to science faculty and students at various secular colleges and universities on the scientific merits of creation vs. evolution. As a science and religion writer Mr. Ranganathan has been recognized in the 24th edition of Marquis' Who's Who In The East.
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