Creation As Science: A Testable Model Approach to End the Creation/evolution Wars
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Creation As Science: A Testable Model Approach to End the Creation/evolution Wars

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In this third component to the Reasons To Believe foundational series, Hugh Ross draws from the depths of his studies in both science and Scripture to show how creation and evolution intertwine.
Hardcover, 291 pages
Published August 22nd 2006 by Navpress Publishing Group
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Robert Woodman
Dec 29, 2012 Robert Woodman rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: scientists and Christian theologians
Recommended to Robert by: Paul Davis
Hugh Ross does something with the question "How did we [i.e., the universe and all it contains] get here?" that I have not seen any other author do. Ross, an astronomer (University of Toronto), theologian, and pastor, is the head of the non-denominational, not-for-profit parachurch ministry Reasons to Believe located in Pasadena, California. What Ross does is offer a scientifically testable model for creation.

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This book gave me a lot of things to think about. It challenged some of my assumptions about evolution/creationism. This book advocates the RTB creation model which is an old-earth creationism model which attempts to harmonize scientific and biblical data without compromising the integrity of either one; and more importantly it provides at testable model with specific predictions about what future research will discover. And as a testable model it allows for changes to be made to the model rathe...more
Brilliant! A challenge to evolutionary and young earth extremism and an appeal for discussion. A well thought out model for creation using the scientific method, which is Biblically based! A valuable addition to my library for my research.
hmmm...interesting but not well done IMO...I felt like this work was rushed out the door to make a buck (probably not the case because other works by Ross I've found to be quite good)
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HUGH ROSS launched his career at age seven when he went to the library to find out why stars are hot. Physics and astronomy captured his curiosity and never let go. At age seventeen he was the youngest person ever to serve as director of observations for Vancouver's Royal Astronomical Society. With the help of a provincial scholarship and a National Research Council (NRC) of Canada fellowship, he...more
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