The fierce debate between proponents of creationism and evolutionism addresses the most fundamental questions of existence: What is life and how did life arise? What makes us human? Do we exist by chance, or do we fulfill a divine purpose? The authors of the Day One Creation and Science Collection contribute well-reasoned and thoughtful perspectives to the debate, drawing from their expertise in the fields of philosophy, science, and medicine. They allow antagonists to speak for themselves, yet offer reasoned counter-arguments in easy-to-understand language.
This collection re-examines the evidence and reasserts biblical and rational truth. The authors engage evolutionary thought, and offer possible ways in which science and faith can interact. They argue that evolution is incompatible with Scripture, that the theory of evolution assumes the falsity of Christian faith and doctrine, and that naturalism itself is scientifically incorrect. They contrast evolutionary theory—which, they say, diminishes scriptural authority and limits divine intentionality—with a theory of Design, by reexamining not only the book of Genesis, but also scientific evidence. All of creation has its origins in God, and the meaning of life is derived from divine purpose.
This collection includes discussion questions and study guides, along with helpful diagrams and illustrations to enhance your study and engage your mind. Complex scientific theory and difficult philosophy are clearly presented in easy-to-understand language, making these books ideal for teachers and students, for anyone seeking to determine the relationship between science and faith, and for individuals wrestling with the fundamental questions of existence.
"I continue to be thankful for the publications of Day One. They are biblical; they have sound theology; and they are relative to the issues at hand. The material is condensed and manageable while, at the same time, being complete—challenging balance to find. We are happy in our ministry to make use of these excellent publications."
—John MacArthur, Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church, California