A Historical Survey of the Underlying Assumptions from the early church to the twenty-first century
Contemporary scientists, such as Richard Dawkins, have loudly proclaimed that evolutionism is an undeniable fact. They seem oblivious to the historical reality that the naturalistic assumptions of evolutionism mirror the supernatural ones of creationsim. The face of origins demonstrates the historical interdependence of these two opposing religious systems in posing answers to the question of the origin of the universe and human life.
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“This is not another book presenting evidence in favour of creationism as opposed to evolutionism. Rather, the author is showing the philosophical presupposition that existed behind Western worldviews throughout history, with a focus on the question of origins…this is a much-needed historical perspective on an ongoing debate."— ANDREW MACLEOD is a historical writer
“As Dr. Herbert eloquently documents in this excellent book…theology has much to do with the development of Darwinism and, probably, was the major reason behind the Darwinian revolution, not empirical science.” — JERRY BERGMAN is a professor at Northwest State College, Archibold, Ohio