From Nothing to Nature (La science, la création et Dieu)
The theory of evolution is taught almost everywhere as an established and proven fact about the origins of life and the world in which we live. Yet a growing number of scientists, from various disciplines and persuasions, reject this explanation and its many forms.
What are the facts really saying? Where does life come from? When did the earth come into existence? Was Charles Darwin right, or was he wrong?
Professor Andrews examines scientific data and the Bible in parallel with the aim of providing answers to questions like this. Using the impressive baggage of his abilities as a scientist, however, he writes with simplicity. It is particularly aimed at the "uninitiated", especially young people who are subject to evolutionary bombardment as part of their studies, to allow them to find themselves in the maze of diverse and often contradictory opinions.
Written with courtesy, clarity of thought and precision of argument, his book thus offers a welcome introduction into an area that has often been discouraged by its complexity.
Edgar Andrews - He was Dean of Queen Mary College and Chair of Solid State Physics at the University of London. He is also an authority on the science of large molecules. He has lectured at universities around the world and debated with Richard Dawkins. He has served as an international consultant to several world famous companies, such as Dow Chemical Company (USA), Neste Oil (Finland), Denbyware (England ). He has also served as a scientific expert with the Supreme Court of Great Britain, the USA and Canada. He has published over 100 scientific essays and books, and this book has been translated into 10 languages.
Table of contents
1. Where are we from?
2. What is life?
3. The Secret Code of Life
4. How Did Life Begin?
5. Darwin's theory
6. How old is the earth?
7. Fossils & prehistoric monsters
8. Science, Miracles & the Bible
9. The miracle of creation
Original title : From Nothing to Nature
Author : Edgar Andrews
Publisher : Europresse
ISBN : 978-2-9145625-89-8
Legal deposit : 2017
Pages : 180
Dimensions : 5.43 "x 8.5"
Weight : 230 g
Format : paperback