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Publisher's Summary

Materials drawn from The Face That Demonstrates the Farce of Evolution.
Today's generation is bombarded with theories about humankind and its origins. The danger for Christians lies in the wealth of misinformation and miscommunication about simple biblical truths such as: (1) How and when the world began, (2) Whether humans are unique or merely a happenstance of evolution, (3) The distinction between humankind and other living creatures, (4) The evolution of life on this planet, and (5) The spiritual dimensions of the human soul. Hank Hanegraff keeps Christians from falling prey to corrupting scientific speculation about the origins of life and reminds us that we are God's creation. This commonsense approach puts the concept of evolution in the grasp of everyday Christians and reminds us that ultimately the key to our purpose in this life comes from understanding whose we are and who created us.
©2008 Hank Hanegraaff (P)2012 Thomas Nelson
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 01-07-18

meaning and purpose

needs more technical information. not enough scientific examples. plus more discussion about how evolution creates a lack of meaning and purpose. the effect on the suicide rate.

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