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Creation and Change
Genesis 1:1-2.4 in the Light of Changing Scientific Paradigms
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In this book Professor Douglas Kelly persuasively argues for a literal interpretation of the seven day account of creation found in Genesis chapters 1 and 2. He assesses both the biblical details and the scientific data to show that there is a convincing case for this understanding and how it is scientifically viable.
Douglas F. Kelly is the Richard Jordan Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina.
"The evolutionary believes what he believes by faith just as Christians believe the record in Genesis by faith, so Christians do not have to hide faith in face of people like Richard Dawkins. Creation And change demonstrates that credible science supports the Word of God...For those concerned about the issues involved this book is well worth spending time studying."
"A highly intelligent engagement with these crucial verses with which God declares himself to be a speaking God who is our maker. The discussion is scholarly but accessible, a model of the kind of exegetical theology which the church of our day needs."
Nigel M. De S. Cameron, President, Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies, Washington DC
"Douglas Kelly is a theologian who also displays a deep understanding of science and philosophy. The result is this thoughtful, thorough and well researched book that will be valuable to anyone wishing to dig deeper. I highly recommend Creation and Change".
Walter E. Brown, Center for Scientific Creation, Phoenix
"It is an excellent work. I believe it will be an important contribution to the field"
John Currid, Carl McMurray Professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina
"I greatly appreciate the content as well as the style of this book. It is the best work that I have read on this subject. The author's statements concerning the role of faith in science are very important; the subject is frequently misunderstood. With regard to this exegesis of the biblical text I hope that Douglas Kelly's courageous voice will be listened to."
Frederick N. Skiff, Professor of Physics, University of Iowa
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