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Take a shocking look at Darwin’s work and its weaknesses from a fresh and logical perspective.
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Darwins On the Origin of the Species was originally released in 1859, and by 1872, the sixth and last edition was published, becoming the defining text for evolutionists. This controversial work has become the foundation of modern textbooks for scientific studies in origins, though Darwin himself expressed deep doubts about his own speculations and suppositions. Secrets of the Sixth Edition by Randall Hedtke exposes the critical flaws of this landmark book by using Darwin's own words against him. Provides an examination of Darwins research and the faulty basis of his scientific writings. Filled with extensive documentation looking at the fatal flaws in Darwins assumptions. Addresses strategies for possible changes to curriculum to address weaknesses in the evolutionary hypothesis.
Take an insightful look at Darwins work and its inaccuracies from a fresh and logical perspective. You will discover the often ignored reasoning behind his own abandonment of some of the core mechanisms of evolution later in his life, though they remain unchallenged pillars of unquestioning science today. This informative and east-to-read study boldly declares the powerful truth that only biblical creation can explain.Disclaimer
Most of the articles are scientifically sound, presenting much evidence that would be new to most creationists, and are faithful to Scripture. Therefore, AiG believes it is justified in promoting this book, especially to late-high-school and university students and those who work with them.
Since this book was not produced by Answers in Genesis, a few of the articles say some things we would disagree with on biblical or scientific grounds. For example, one scientist promotes the moon dust argument, discredited in Moon Dust and the Age of the Solar System, TJ 7(1):2–42, 1993, and another cites the unscriptural big bang approvingly because it supports a beginning for the universe, as well being rather lukewarm about a young earth. But most of the articles are scientifically sound, presenting much evidence that would be new to most creationists, and are faithful to Scripture. Therefore, AiG believes it is justified in promoting this book, especially to late-high-school and university students and those who work with them.