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Handy dandy evolution refuter

Author: Robert E Kofahl
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Beta Books, 1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : Rev. and expandedView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert E Kofahl
OCLC Number: 10292770
Description: 159 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: A. Science, religion, creation, and evolution --
1. What is science? --
2. Absolute knowledge and truth through science? --
3. Scientists unprejudiced? --
4. Evolution scientific, creation religious? --
5. Can theories of beginnings be tested? --
6. Evolution God's method? --
7. Darwin's book proved evolution? --
8. Christianity discourages science? B. The failure of Darwin: Design in nature --
1. What is the theory of evolution? --
2. Does this theory explain everything? --
C. Life from chemicals: Theory and improbability --
1. Amino acids on the primeval earth? --
2. Could proteins form spontaneously? --
3. Time makes the impossible inevitable? --
4. Could the genetic code originate by chance? D. Would evolution violate physical law? --
1. Is evolution contrary to law of increasing entropy? --
2. Do evolutionists have an answer to the entropy problem? --
3. Does the open-system argument hold water? --
4. Can mutations defeat the second law? --
5. Can natural selection defeat the second law? --
6. Do living cells violate the second law? E. Can mutations supply designs for new species? --
1. Is it possible in the light of scientific evidence? --
2. Difficulties with mutation-natural selection theory? --
3. Is evolution happening today? --
4. How about the light and dark moths in England? F. Fossils --
created or evolved? --
1. Do fossils agree with an evolutionary history? --
2. Do fossils show gradual change from simple to complex? --
3. Do Cambrian and Precambrian rocks show a gap in the fossil record? --
4. Are invertebrate ancestors for vertebrates known? --
5. Is there a gap between fish and amphibians? --
6. Is amphibian-to-reptile evolution well documented? --
7. A gap between reptiles and mammals? --
8. A gap between reptiles and birds? --
9. Are there fossil ancestors for the four kinds of flying animals? --
10. Are gaps of Darwin's time now filled? --
11. An evolutionary family tree? --
12. What about the fossil horses? --
13. Do dinosaurs show evolution? --
14. Dinosaurs living with man!? --
15. Living fossils? G. Fossil men? --
1. Do fossils show evolution from ape to man? --
2. Have true human fossils been found in "wrong" places? --
3. Have some fossil finds been fraudulent? --
4. Have our supposed fossil ancestors stood the "test of time"? --
5. What happened to Neanderthal man? --
6. What became of Java man? --
7. Where is Peking man now? --
8. A tragic end for Australopithecus? --
9. A table of bones --
10. Recent fossil finds upset theory? --
11. Does human genetics support Bible history? --
12. Has human culture evolved? --
13. Has human intelligence evolved? --
14. Eve from Adam's rib? --
15. So where did Cain get his wife? --
16. Human nature points to God? H. Fossils and geology --
Slow or fast? --
1. How were fossils supposedly formed? --
2. Are fossils being formed today? --
3. Fossils formed quickly or slowly? --
4. Sixty-five fossilized forests stacked up in Yellowstone Park? --
5. Do today's processes of erosion and deposition of sediments explain the sedimentary rock layers? --
6. "Reversed fossils" explained by "overthrusts" or by flood? --
7. The biblical picture of earth history I. Evidence for evolution --
1. Do similarities between man, apes, and monkeys prove human evolution? --
2. Is the system of zoological classification evidence for evolution? --
3. Is evolution supported by vestigial organs? --
4. Does the developing human embryo tell a story of evolution? --
5. Have proteins evolved? --
6. Did evolution defeat creation in the Scopes Monkey Trial? J. How old is the Earth? --
1. Is the earth proved to be billions of years old? --
2. What are the requirements for a reliable clock? --
3. How does a radiometric clock work? --
4. Do radiometric clocks meet the requirements? --
5. Why are the radiometric ages usually so large? --
6. Difficulties with radiometric dating methods? --
7. Are radiometric dating results consistent? --
8. Radiometric dating a challenge to the Bible? --
9. How ancient is life according to carbon-14? --
10. Are radiocarbon dates in need of correction? --
11. Has a correction formula been devised? K. Scientific evidence for a Young Earth --
1. Growth rates of the human race --
2. Does the earth claim to be young? --
3. Do the oceans claim to be young? --
4. Does the earth's atmosphere claim to be young? --
5. Does the solar system claim to be young? --
6. Do stars claim to be young? --
7. Are scientists forced to believe in billions of years of earth history? --
8. Did God create things with a false appearance of age? I. The world we live in --
1. Life on other planets? --
2. Was the Earth designed for man? --
Appendix 1: Mathematical probability for chance beginning of life --
Appendix 2: What the Bible is all about and the reason for Handy-Dandy.
Responsibility: Robert E. Kofahl.

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