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The Case for Hope

Joe Kent Kerby

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ISBN 10: 1555175422 / ISBN 13: 9781555175429
Published by Cedar Fort, 2001
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: The Case for Hope

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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In our public schools today, and even in many private schools, our young people are being taught that scientists have essentially proven that the earth and all of its inhabitants are the results of chance causes, over millions of years. Rarely are they exposed in school to the alternate theory: that the earth and everything pertaining to the earth are the work of an intelligent creator. Thoughtful young people will conclude that if our existence can be contributed to chance, then we have no long-term purpose and that without a purpose, there is no hope.

The Case For Hope was written to present arguments and evidence in support of the only possibility in opposition to the theory of evolution. This book begins with an examination of both “theories,” laying out the implications of each.

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Currently retired, Joe Kent Kerby worked for twenty years as the dean of several prestigious business colleges. He is married and is the father of six married children.

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