A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory - An origins science enhancer
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DUBLIN, IRELAND (June 17, 2013) - The truth shall set you free, and John Wynne wishes to do just that with his publication of A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory. This book is a recent addition to the plethora of good Catholic publications on the origins science debate. It is a comprehensive A5 sized paper back book with over 535 pages of material to read & browse.
The book format is a wide margin with a font size 11, making it easy on the eyes and gentler on the mind. The pages contain well defined paragraphs, and are punctuated with clear sub headings as well. The angle taken on the origins science debate is primarily a philosophical one; to do with world views. The forward by Stephen Senne gives a very good portrayal of the essence of what is happening in the culture wars today. He illustrates this with an image of a breach in the fortress, and the need to begin repairing this breach.
Real origins science education
A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory is one of those books that will evoke a couple of responses by it's readers. For the initiated, it will be a pleasure and an education at the same time. The initiated will be familiar with the origins science angle the author John Wynne takes.
This facilitates a higher learning process, whereby readers will learn the broader context of the origins science debate from a historical standpoint. You will gain real insights into the long developments that have lead to the popularization of Darwin's theory of evolution. You will understand the long war against God, and will thus be able to circumvent strategies against the Catholic church in terms of your own interior life. You will be able to equip other like minded Christians after reading A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory.
For those uninitiated in the origins science debate, this book by John Wynne will literally blow you away. You will be fast tracked into an area of debate, gaining insights where you thought non existed. You'll never look at theistic evolution in the same light again after reading through some of the many points made in this book. The philosophical nature of this book is easy to grasp, so you will not need a pontifical diploma in philosophy to comprehend the material within. A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory is a blend of history, philosophy and science, incorporating the magisterial perspective.
Where to buy this origins science related book
At present A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory is available online for a good price. A book of this high quality & nature should fetch €27 in any bookstore if it became available. However this publication is yours for a lot less. For €13 or thereabouts (excluding shipping costs) will secure your copy. You can purchase A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory online with the Kolbe Center for the study of Creation.
Get A Catholic Assessment of Evolution Theory today, and equip yourself and your Catholic ministry with the goods to deliver. You can find out more on this exciting publication at Restoring Truth Ministries. Thanks for dropping by, and come back next week for more updates on origins science matters from Daylight Origins Society.
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