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The truth about human origins

Author: Brad Harrub; Bert Thompson
Publisher: Montgomery, Ala. : Apologetics Press, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Ever since Charles Darwin first published The Origin of Species on November 24, 1859, the subject of origins has been one of the most controversial topics around. Sadly, it also is a subject that is fraught with erroneous theories and concepts. Most students today are taught that organic evolution is not a theory, but a "fact" that all "reputable scientists" accept. Disclaimers from the evolutionary community  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brad Harrub; Bert Thompson
ISBN: 0932859585 9780932859587
OCLC Number: 57405315
Description: ix, 517 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The "Record of the rocks", part I --
The "Record of the rocks", part II --
Molecular evidence of human origins --
The problem of gender and sexual reproduction --
The problem of language --
The problem of the brain --
The evolution of consciousness, part I --
The evolution of consciousness, part II --
The problem of skin color and blood types --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Brad Harrub, Bert Thompson.

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Ever since Charles Darwin first published The Origin of Species on November 24, 1859, the subject of origins has been one of the most controversial topics around. Sadly, it also is a subject that is fraught with erroneous theories and concepts. Most students today are taught that organic evolution is not a theory, but a "fact" that all "reputable scientists" accept. Disclaimers from the evolutionary community notwithstanding, such a claim is, quite simply, wrong. We believe it is time for someone to offer what renowned news commentator Paul Harvey would call "the rest of the story." That is what The Truth About Human Origins does. It tells the rest of the story as it discusses the scientific facts about mankind's beginning. For example, it investigates the "record of the rocks" as that record relates to human evolution. It demonstrates how evolutionary theory is unable to explain things like the origin of gender and sexual reproduction, the origin of language and communication, the origin of the brain, the mind, and human consciousness, and the origin of skin colors and blood types. It also examines in an in-depth fashion the so-called "molecular evidence" of human evolution.

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