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Ultimate Proof of Creation, The Paperback – Feb 1 2012
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About the Author
Dr. Jason Lisle is the Director of Research and a featured speaker and writer for the Institute for Creation Research. He previously served as the Planetarium Director for the Creation Museum in KY. Dr. Lisle has also authored a number of books which include: Taking Back Astronomy, The Ultimate Proof of Creation, Old-Earth Creationism on Trial, and The Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky. Dr. Jason Lisle holds bachelor of science degrees in physics and astronomy from Ohio Wesleyan University, as well as a master’s and PhD in Astro-physics from the University of Colorado in Boulder. As a creation scientist Dr. Lisle effectively communicates a broad range of topics from in-depth presentations of distant starlight, Einstein's relativity, and problems with the big bang to topics from astronomy and general science to apologetics and dinosaurs.
Top Customer Reviews
The Ultimate proof is....
2) Laws of logic
3) Uniformity of nature
And for each of these there is just not enough "meat on the stick", (not enough examples) of what he's trying to say to really drive his case home.
William Craig Lane, Frank Turek and Norman Geisler do a far better job in their books. They give information you can use. They totally eclipse Jason Lisle. Ken Ham's endorsement in his Forward of this book says "This book is a powerful defense of their precious faith and how to defend it". I don't agree, but then I''m not a big expert like Ken Ham !
Too much of the book is about rules of logic, which is not fun to read. For example, if one is interested in say baseball, one likes to either play it or watch it. But who wants to read pages and pages of rules? No one !
If this is the first book you ever read on this topic, maybe it's barely ok. But this is not the best book on creation by a long shot. It is more of a chore to read, no fun. I think if the author would have kept a full load of steam and continued writing in the same vein as his first chapter the book would have been a winner.Read more ›