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Creation and Evolution by Colin J. Humphreys

Creation and Evolution by Colin J. Humphreys

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There are a number of arguments which very strongly suggest that creationism is wrong. That is why most scientists who are Christians reject creationism and instead believe in both evolution and creation. They believe that God chose to create everything by a process of evolution. There is a continuous evolutionary trail from the Big Bang to our galaxy, to the Earth, to single-celled animals, to fishes, to reptiles, to mammals, and to man. In a sense, God's plan and purpose for mankind were encapsulated in the original Big Bang. He was active in the whole evolutionary process and continues to sustain the world now. What brilliant creative genius to produce the Universe, and life in all its complexity, diversity and beauty, by evolution from a single small beginning! Some who read this book will disagree with the way the evidence is presented. And some will want to find out more. It is important that everyone reaches his or her own conclusions. . . . . Sir Colin John Humphreys, CBE (born 1941) is a British physicist. He is the former Goldsmiths' Professor of Materials Science and a current Director of Research at Cambridge University, Professor of Experimental Physics at the Royal Institution in London, and a Fellow of Selwyn College, Cambridge. His research interests include "all aspects of electron microscopy and analysis, semiconductors (particularly gallium nitride), ultra-high temperature aerospace materials and superconductors." Humphreys also "studies the Bible when not pursuing his day-job as a materials scientist."


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