"Scientific Creationism" Book Review by hicaliber

"Scientific Creationism"
An analysis of the style of writing in Henry M. Morris' book, "Scientific Creationism".
# 94789 | 1,486 words | 0 sources | 2007 | US
Published on May 08, 2007 in Philosophy (Science) , Philosophy (Religion) , English (Analysis)

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This paper discusses Henry M. Morris' book, "Scientific Creationism". The paper suggests that the book poses interesting and thought-provoking questions which makes it more intriguing. The paper goes on to give examples of statements or concepts that Morris makes in the book and are written in a broad enough manner to cause controversy. The paper suggests that for those who believe that science is the only truth, or those who are adamant creationists, the book offers enough evidence for both sides.

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