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Nothing Created Everything: The Scientific Impossibility of Atheistic Evolution

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Richard Dawkins is arguably the modern poster boy for Charles Darwin. However, a key difference radically separates the two men. Darwin believed in the existence of God and calls God the Creator seven times in The Origin of Species. Dawkins, in contrast, claims, The more you understand the significance of evolution, the more you are pushed...towards atheism. It seems ...more
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Published October 1st 2009 by WND Books (first published 2009)
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Adam Lewis
Aug 10, 2011 Adam Lewis rated it did not like it
Scatterbrained ramblings, science illiteracy, and reality denialism packaged between two covers.

Ray Comfort’s “arguments” are some of the most laughably flimsy and poorly constructed to be found. His books, and this one in particular, provide the best examples around of logical fallacies and dishonest rhetoric. Devoid of anything approaching scholarship or actual research, the author plays fast and loose with facts (and often not with facts at all) transparently misunderstanding and misrepresent
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Jan 16, 2012 Dale Stringer rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What an eye opening and thought provoking book. As a Christian I didn't need this book to believe in God, I needed it to see me for who I really am. This book brought me closer to my God, my savior, and my judge. I'm better off having read this book!
Jun 10, 2012 Shawna rated it did not like it

It's not the author's premise that bothered me, I don't think. It was the complete lack of a sound argument and an obvious ignorance regarding evolutionary theory. There are problems with evolution. Any good evolutionary biologist will admit that. Rather than addressing any of those difficulties, he made up his own "problems" that aren't really problems at all.

Oh, and cosmology and biology? Not the same.

He also seems to ridicule science for being science. If some piece of scientific evidence
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Jul 13, 2014 MegaSolipsist rated it did not like it
Ray Comfort once again demonstrates that he has no intention of ever understanding what evolution actually entails. A man who has never been to university thinks he can disprove the most strongly support theory in the history of science. A scientific theory which has withstood 155 years of such attacks and has won every single battle and passed every test with flying colours.
Describing Lucy, the famous Australopithecus afarensis, as an 'ugly monkey' should immediately inform people that he has n
Shannon Cooper
The book itself is an easy read. Ray Comfort clearly lays out logic in this book and answers common questions/objections made by atheists. The title sums up what is left to believe if you don't believe in God (though I suppose an atheist would be uncomfortable with the word "created" so maybe they would prefer "everything happened from nothing" or something to that sort). It is also clear though that his objective in the book is not to win an argument, but rather to win a soul. This is shown by ...more
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Ray Comfort is a Christian.
He is also the founder of Living Waters Publications. After relocating from New Zealand to Southern California in the late 1980s, Ray introduced a long line of pastors and churches to a biblical teaching which he called Hell's Best Kept Secret. From humble beginnings, Living Waters has become an internationally recognized ministry, reaching the lost and equipping Christi
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“Darwin theorized that mankind (both male and female) evolved alongside each other over millions of years, both reproducing after their own kind before the ability to physically have sex evolved. They did this through “asexuality” (“without sexual desire or activity or lacking any apparent sex or sex organs”). Each of them split in half: “Asexual organisms reproduce by fission (splitting in half).” 4 likes
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