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Icons of Evolution by Jonathan Wells
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Aug 10, 08

bookshelves: nonfic-religion
Read in January, 2008

I hesitate to put this in non-fiction actually, because so much of it is just made up. Personally, as a Christian and a scientist both, I find it horrifying that a supposed Christian could tell so many half truths and outright lies. Wells had an agenda for this book, and it didn't include being honest and open about the concept of evolution. He should be ashamed of himself.
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Nullifidian If it's any consolation, Wells is a Moonie.

Charles Yeah, after I started reading this I got curious about Wells and found out about his 'agenda' from Reverend Moon. I don't understand how the guy looks at himself in the mirror.

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