What are the best books about Darwinism?

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    #1Darwin's Black Box

    Darwin's Black Box

    Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution is a study book written by author Michael J. Behe. It was originally published in 1996 and was included in National Review's 100 most important nonfiction books of the 20th century.

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    Nicole Watson
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Very fitting! Sounds very interesting too"
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    #2Darwin on Trial

    Darwin on Trial

    Darwin on Trial is a study and critique book written by Berkeley law professor Phillip E. Johnson. It was originally released in 1992 and became a Christianity Today Reader's Choice Award. It also became a top 50 book for evangelicals.

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    Lori Ramos
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "What I like most about this book is that it questions Darwinism. It also showed me that both creationists and fans of evolutionary theory can be just as hard-nosed. Overall this book helped me feel more faith in my Christian beliefs."
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    #3More Than a Theory

    More Than a Theory

    More Than a Theory: Revealing a Testable Model for Creation is a study book written by Reasons To Believe founder Hugh Ross. It was published in 2009, in the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species.

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    Samuel Kelley
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "An interesting take on how Christianity can be seen differently and tested with the same scientific rigor as the theory of evolution. I wouldn't call this a book about Darwinism so much as it is a response to it from the religious side. It's worth reading and exploring, simply because it provides a way to give a logical argument instead of one driven by fervor and emotion."
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    #4The Edge of Evolution

    The Edge of Evolution
    The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism is a study book written by Intelligent Design movement leader, Michael J. Behe. It was originally published in 2007 as a follow-up to his Darwin's Black Box.
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    Gary Wells
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "An intriguing book that tackles the near scientific consensus to Darwin's Theory of Evolution. It presents a radical alternative where mutations within a cell or gene are not random and have progressed along a far more linear path. Because we have access to organisms such as malaria and HIV that can multiply rapidly, we can use them as a source to test evolution. In doing so, we find that there are many flaws to Darwin's theory and that in fact, the universe was made for life. Why is it that this is not show in schools and why is it that evolution is generally accepted. A great book to make you think about society, the beliefs we possess, and how the truth can be simple common sense. "
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    #5Creation As Science

    Creation As Science
    Creation As Science: A Testable Model Approach to End the Creation/Evolution Wars is a study and critique book written by Reasons To Believe founder Hugh Ross. It was published in 2006.
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    Samuel Hernandez
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "If you are like me and ascribe to the things Charles Darwin emoted, you are in luck. Creation as Science is a book penned about Darwinism. This took a look at the science he believed in and goes into detail about his various theories he upholds."
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    #6Why the Universe Is the Way It Is

    Why the Universe Is the Way It Is

    Why the Universe Is the Way It Is is a study book written by Reasons To Believe organizer Hugh Ross. It was originally released in 2008. It is about trying to explain the Scripture on Creation with some scientific facts.

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    Arthur Knight
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "This entire series blew me away. Started off mundane, slow, and quickly built to a crescendo that never stopped. It actually grew. Grew into something beyond what you could possibly imagine, and use your imagination you must! To use a baseball analogy: very rarely does one read a book with an idea of how it's going to end, and not only get taken out into left field but moved from baseball to a sport from another galaxy while eating chicken sitting in a field of red woods listening to Pantera. Yeah, I know, you're like "what the heck?", that's my point. You are at point A, then get zoomed to a point that you wouldn't ever think it would take, reading while you stumble to the bathroom, grab a bite to eat while never taking your eyes off your device, stumbling back to your chair, and when you're done you realize days have passed and you're sitting in awe of what you just witnessed. Yes. It's that good."
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    #7Evolution: A Theory In Crisis

    Evolution: A Theory In Crisis

    Evolution: A Theory In Crisis is a study book written by Australian molecular biologist and medical doctor Michael Denton. It was released in April 1986. It is about how recent science is challenging traditional Darwinism.

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    Joyce Graham
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "Oh, a book about science. Fascinating! Really, if you have any interest in the subject it's a decent book. And if you don't why would you want to read it?"
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    #8Getting the Facts Straight

    Getting the Facts Straight

    Getting the Facts Straight: A Viewer's Guide to PBS's Evolution is a critic book written by the Discovery Institute. It was originally released in 2001 as a response to PBS's documentary, Evolution.

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    Tammy Wheeler
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "This book may not be the best choice for books about Darwinism. It is a critique of the PBS series, "Evolution" and some of the fact that they may have gotten wrong. It may be based on their own scientific method, but a lot of the counterpoints that they present are subjective at best."
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    #9Refuting Evolution

    Refuting Evolution

    Refuting Evolution: A Handbook for Students, Parents, and Teachers Countering the Latest Arguments for Evolution is a book written by Jonathan Sarfati and Ken Ham that tries to refute the teachings of the National Academy of Science.

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    Judith Daniels
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "I found book not only to be disappointing, but also dangerous. Rather than meaningfully mount evidence against evolution, it is full of fairy tales and false stories meant to turn teachers and student away from the facts of science. It is poorly written and poorly sourced. There is no science here, unfortunately, only creationist propaganda that has no place in school."
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    #10Explore Evolution

    Explore Evolution
    Explore Evolution: The Arguments For and Against Neo-Darwinism is a study book written by Stephen Meyer, Scott Minnich, Jonathan Moneymaker, Paul Nelson, and Ralph Seeke. It was released on January 1, 2007.

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    Heather Bradley
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "Though i do not agree with this book I suppose it could be used as examples of incorrect information."

Summary

Best What are the best books about Darwinism
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Darwin's Black BoxBooks 44 Paid
2Darwin on TrialBooks 39 Paid
3More Than a TheoryBooks 38 Paid
4The Edge of EvolutionBooks 35 Paid
5Creation As ScienceBooks 33 Paid
6Why the Universe Is the Way It IsBooks 31 Paid
7Evolution: A Theory In CrisisBooks 27 Paid
8Getting the Facts StraightBooks 27 Paid
9Refuting EvolutionBooks 23 Paid
10Explore EvolutionBooks 20 Paid
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