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Restoring the Ethics of Creation

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This book examines the negative ethical consequences that belief in evolution produces in society, and argues that Christians must recapture the ethics of Creation as Paul noted in Romans 1:20, together with upholding the Scriptural account of Genesis. The author is studying towards a PhD in Theology.
Paperback 316 pages.

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This book examines the negative ethical consequences that belief in evolution produces in society, and argues that Christians must recapture the ethics of Creation as Paul noted in Romans 1:20, together with upholding the Scriptural account of Genesis. The author is studying towards a PhD in Theology.
Paperback 316 pages. (RECb)
Chapter headings:

Chapter 1 – Building a Foundation
Chapter 2 – Restoring Creation as Science
Chapter 3 – Christian Concern and the Rise of Evolution
Chapter 4 – Huxley and Comte’s Religion of Science
Chapter 5 – Natural Theology, Rights and Duties
Chapter 6 – The Error of Epicurus
Chapter 7 – Christianity and Respect for Nature
Chapter 8 – Progress, Deism and the Faustian Pact
Chapter 9 – Humanism and the Rise of Social Darwinism
Chapter 10 – Restoring Theistic Christianity
Chapter 11 – Suffering and the Evolutionary Theodicy Problem
Chapter 12 – Bearing Fruit

 

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Weight 435 g