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Denis Alexander
 on September 19, 2014

Creation or Evolution: Do We Have to Choose?

This comprehensive text addresses the controversies surrounding the evolution vs. creationism debate without giving in to common presuppositions.

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Creation or Evolution: Do We Have to Choose? Book CoverFew issues engender so much heat between Christians as the topic of creation. Reasonable, calm, and supremely well informed, this is a book written by someone who is passionate about both science and the Bible. ‘I hope,’ says Denis Alexander, ‘that reading it will encourage you to believe, as I do, that the ‘Book of God’s Word’ and the ‘Book of God’s Works’ can be held firmly together in harmony.’ This substantial new edition updates the science, and extends the author’s discussion of the theological implications.