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EVOLUTION MYTHS by Jeffrey K. Lyons, Ph.D.

EVOLUTION MYTHS

A Critical View of neo-Darwinism

by Jeffrey K. Lyons, Ph.D.

Pages: 240

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • NATURE - Animals - Dinosaurs & Prehistoric Creatures
  • PHILOSOPHY - Language
  • HISTORY - Ancient - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545648186

Price : $15.99


Today, evolutionary theory is ubiquitous in our secular education systems. This book is a critical view of neo-Darwinism, which is the dominant dogma throughout secular higher education and K-12 public education. The criticisms of neo-Darwinism cited in this book are from various overlapping groups of: scientists, atheists, philosophers and university professors. If you are looking for a resource that will give you sound arguments and facts, that will aid you in thinking critically about Darwinism; this is the resource for you.
Evolution is no longer a biological theory. It permeates the natural sciences, social sciences and philosophy. It has become a meta-theory. Whenever scientific data are absent, both natural and social scientists resort to narrative as a super glue. Evolution is open to criticism!
You will discover the following:
Who popularized the term evolution and why Darwin opposed the term evolution 
How many times Darwin referred to the Creator in The Origin of Species
What world famous scientist believed DNA was not naturally caused
The Three Barriers to Life, that evolution cannot explain
Proof that life cannot be the result of random forces
How catastrophic events wiped out about 90% of life on Earth
Who are some of the leading scientists and philosophers that dare to question evolution
Chapter summaries will guide you through the topics
Hundreds of scientific sources are cited for further research


Jeffrey K. Lyons, Ph.D. is a graduate of University of Hawai’i at Manoa and Regent University, where he earned a Ph.D. in communication. He has taught at Hawai’i Pacific University, Argosy University, Honolulu and Honolulu Community College. He has published articles in the Global Media Journal, Journal of Radio & Audio Media and the Hawaiian Journal of History.

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