This book evaluates the claims of scientific creationism versus materialistic evolution, while examining other scenarios. Consistently philosophical in methodology and perspective, the book is radically interdisciplinary in content, examining data and arguments drawn from
natural science, philosophy, and theology. This work challenges the limits of human knowledge regarding every major question touching on human origins.
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"Using the tools of philosophy, Professor Bonnette investigates the origin of true humanity. Along the way, he considers the questions of animal intelligence, the philosophical meaning of the species concept, Adam and Eve, and more. His demonstration that the standard human evolution story is compatible with Christianity makes his conclusion that the story itself may be shaky all the more impressive." Michael J. Behe Author, Darwin's Black BoxAbout the Author:
Dennis Bonnette is a Full Professor of Philosophy at Niagara University in Lewiston, New York. He lives in Youngstown, New York, with his wife, Lois. He is a former National Defense Education Act Fellow at the University of Notre Dame, from which he received his doctorate in Philosophy in 1970. He has been teaching Philosophy at the college level for 37 years. Dr. Bonnette has written one earlier book, Aquinas’ Proofs for God’s Existence, and many scholarly articles. He is a member of the American Philosophical Association, Scholars for Social Justice, and the American Catholic Philosophical Association. He is especially interested in using philosophical analysis to reconcile enigmas that appear to arise from the interface of natural science and divine revelation.
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Book Description Editions Rodopi B.V., 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9042013745