Cosmos, Creator, and Human Destiny is available for Kindle at Amazon.com.
Answering Darwin, Dawkins, and the New Atheists
This excuse-shattering exposÃ© of Darwin and Dawkins is the Dave Hunt magnum opus youâ€™ve been waiting (and praying) for! Each of Daveâ€™s seminal worksâ€”whether on occultism, Catholicism, Calvinism, ecumenism, Islam, or cosmic evolution, have all been, at the time of their publication, his â€œmost important work to dateâ€â€”and this 606-page refutation of Darwinian evolution (as championed by Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and todayâ€™s aggressive â€œNew Atheistsâ€) is no exception.
As Dave has repeatedly said throughout the production of Cosmos, Creator, and Human Destiny, â€œThis is not the book I set out to write.â€ For one reason, it is not an exhaustive scientific treatise dealing purely with innumerable physical evidences. Neither is it a micro-focused academic volume that requires a degree in astrophysics to understand.
Rather, Cosmos is a book that every Christian can and should read; comforting and confidence-boosting for believers,Â convicting and catastrophic to the skepticâ€™s worldview. It is a soul-arresting work that strikes to the heart of the human condition and man-centered philosophy. With shatterproof logic, it turns the arguments of atheists upon themselves, while at the same time graciously illuminating the irrefutable evidence of providence and design in every â€œcornerâ€ of the cosmos. The countless quotes of leading scientists and atheists (used in their original context) are alone worth the price of this lovingly written and beautifully presented hardcover.
Seasoned creation-science readers will recognize that this book is intentionally â€œnon-creationistâ€ in appearance. Missing (by design) are the usual prolific endorsements of leading conservative evangelicals, which Daveâ€™s impeccable research and reasoning generally garner. Even the jacket copy has been carefully crafted to pique the interest of the atheist, agnostic, or skeptic. The reason is simple: though the book is being sold primarily through distribution channels catering to Christians, Dave personally wants to give scoffers, skeptics, and non-believers every reason to pick up the book and crack it open. This magnificent hardcover volume was designed to reach your friend, neighbor, co-worker, brother, sister, mother, father, teacher, and professor with reason, logic, passion, and compassion.
But make no mistake: Though Daveâ€™s unique approach will hold the attention of ardent critics, this book is also an indispensable armory for the serious high school, college/career, and adult believer. And, as one can expect from a Dave Hunt book, the author does not avoid the Scriptures but skillfully weaves the historicity of Godâ€™s Word and the gospel throughout, with unmistakable clarity and conviction.
Outside of Godâ€™s Word, there seems to be increasingly few books that merit small-group study these daysâ€”but in a world increasingly hostile to the truth that â€œsets one freeâ€ and which may be â€œclearly seen,â€ Cosmos is one of those youâ€™ll want to read, share, and prayerfully consider using for your home, church, or college/career study group.ÂContents:
- Â Â The Challenge of the Cosmos
- Â Â Science Then and Now
- Â Â The New Atheistsâ€™ Speculative â€œScienceâ€
- Â Â Impassable Chasms, Impossible Cliffs
- Â Â In the Beginning: The Question of Origins
- Â Â The Eternal Dilemma
- Â Â Why Canâ€™t â€œScienceâ€ Tell Us Why?
- Â Â What About the Big Bang?
- Â Â From Big Bang to Life?
- Â Â Descent Into Collective Madness?
- Â Â Selfish Genes, Selfish People
- Â Â The Riddle of â€œLifeâ€
- Â Â Consciousness, Conscience, and Morals
- Â Â Morals and Meaning Without God
- Â Â Against All Odds
- Â Â The Emperor Has No Clothes
- Â Â Misunderstandings and False Charges
- Â Â The Overlooked, Irrefutible Proof
- Â Â The Role of Israel and of Christ as Further Proof
- Â Â What If...? What Then?
- Title: Cosmos, Creator, and Human Destiny
- Item#: B60644
- ISBN: 978-1-928660-64-4
- Size: 606 pp
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- Copyright: 2010