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Title:
Dismantling evolution
Author:
Muncaster, Ralph O.
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Publication Information:
Eugene, Or. : Harvest House Publishers, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
254 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780736904643
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Book

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Summary

Summary

In straightforward, easy-to-understand language, Dismantling Evolution helps people understand the facts that refute evolution between species and the scientific evidence that supports creationism--and the divine creator.


Author Notes

Ralph O. Muncaster, a former skeptic of the Bible, is the founder of Strong Basis to Believe, a ministry that helps people with belief struggles. He is a frequent lecturer at colleges and for organizations


Table of Contents

Things Aren't Always the Way They Appearp. 9
Part 1 A Bridge Between Nonlife and Complex Life
1. Flaws in the Structurep. 19
2. Steps to Span the Gapp. 29
Part 2 A Look at the Bridge's Components
3. Hard Evidence Versus Soft Evidencep. 45
4. Observation: Examining Things Logicallyp. 57
5. The Myths of Evolutionp. 63
6. The Fossil Recordp. 77
Part 3 Another View of the Bridge
7. From Atoms to the First Cellp. 93
8. From the First Cell to 1.7 Million Speciesp. 103
Part 4 The Micro: Dismantling the Old Span. Building a New One
9. The Complexity of Living Cellsp. 117
10. Chirality: There's No Solution in Sightp. 131
11. The Probability of the Random Origin of the First Living Cellp. 137
12. Mutations: A Faulty Mechanismp. 147
13. Irreducible Complexity: A Major Transitional Problemp. 159
14. Nanotechnology: Engineers Copy Our Own Cellular Machinesp. 173
15. Intelligent Design and Information Theoryp. 183
Part 5 The Macro: Moving from a Flawed Structure to a Firm One
16. Physics: How Do We Explain the Contradiction Between Two Natural Laws?p. 195
17. A Finely Tuned Universe: What Are the Odds?p. 209
Summing Up: How to Build a Strong Bridgep. 217
Appendix A Some Evidences That a Planet Was Designed to Support Lifep. 225
Appendix B How Old Are the Earth and the Universe?p. 231
Appendix C The Original Source of Evidence for a Beginnerp. 239
Notesp. 241
Bibliographyp. 252