Book Review: The Evolution Handbook
When we started to read The Evolution Handbook, we figured we'd just skip through all the superfluous material and read the "good stuff." After all, who has time to read a 992-page book from cover to cover? We soon discovered, however, that every chapter was just as interesting – and informative – as the chapter before it. Before we knew it, we had read all 992 pages and had underlined hundreds of passages for future reference. Yes, that's how good it is. We were delighted to find dozens of fascinating examples of design seen in the animal kingdom – remarkably similar to those we bring you in our "Creation Moments" radio program. The chapters on fossils, mutations, ancient man and the global flood were particularly informative. So, too, were the thousands of scientific facts that refute evolution, the dozens of evidences that the earth is only a few thousand years old, and the hundreds of quotes from evolutionists that are remarkably frank … and damaging to the cause of evolution!