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Product Guide - Creation Science

Science and Faith Resource Guide

Every student of the Bible must seriously consider the dialogue between Scripture, faith, and science. Humankind continues to become further detached from Creator God as science propels us into the future. Fortunately, Logos Bible Software has the tools necessary to equip you and your family for a Biblical and thoughtful dialogue with modern scientific theories. The resources in this list can help you develop an informed understanding of creation, evolution, modern advances in science, and the role of science in the life of faith. All the while, the authors will direct you to the truths of the Bible as the starting point for scientific discovery.

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Hugh Ross / Reasons To Believe Collection (9 Vols.)

Hugh Ross shows that abundant evidence exists for a Creator, and that Christians who dispute naturalist claims about origins stand on firm intellectual footing. The books in this collection address the most pressing issues relating to the current debate between creation and evolution.

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Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

This collection traces the implications of scientific inquiry into God’s universe. It presents knowledgeable and approachable answers to the questions that arise when the sciences inform our understanding of Scripture, and when God’s Truth informs our understanding of the sciences.

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Day One Creation and Science Collection (10 Vols.)

This collection re-examines the evidence and reasserts biblical and rational truth. The authors engage evolutionary thought, and offer possible ways in which science and faith can interact. They argue that evolution is incompatible with Scripture, that the theory of evolution assumes the falsity of Christian faith and doctrine, and that naturalism itself is scientifically incorrect.

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ABC's of Evolutionism

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

How did man originate? What evidence is there for "missing links" and what are they? These and other questions will be answered in this volume.

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Anthropology in Theological Perspective

Editor: Wolfhart Pannenberg

In this comprehensive study, renowned theologian Wolfhart Pannenberg examines the anthropological disciplines—human biology, psychology, cultural anthropology, sociology and history—for their religious implications.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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The Birth of Planet Earth and the Age of the Universe

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

This volume focuses on 30 clocks within nature which testify to creation as a recent event. It exposes the myth of an ancient Earth and explains why Satan has so forcefully propagated this lie.

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Brave New World?: Theology, Ethics and the Human Genome

Editor: Celia Deane-Drummond.

This volume brings together the collective expertise of theologians, scientists, and social scientists, in order to provide a forum for critique and public debate focused on the human genome project. It is hoped that the results presented in this book offer a sophisticated theological and ethical response.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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The Canopied Earth: World That Was

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

This volume will look into the probability that a water-vapor canopy covered the earth before the Flood. What possible mechanism did God use to cause the Flood and the collapse of the vapor canopy?

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Christ and Creation

Author: Colin Gunton

The relation between Christ and creation is the subject of this book, which author Colin Gunton describes as “a summary dogmatic Christology.” Central to Gunton’s Christology are a strong incarnation-creation link and the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.

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Creation and Blessing: A Guide to the Study and Exposition of Genesis

Author: Allen P. Ross

Ross introduces four approaches to the study of Genesis—literary-analytical, form-critical, traditio-historical, and rhetorical-critical—which he utilizes to expound on the theological ideas manifest in this first book of the Bible.

This title is also available in Genesis Collection (2 Vols.)

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Creation in Six Days: A Defense of the Traditional Reading of Genesis One

Author: James B. Jordan

This volume offers an exegetical, literary, and theological defense of the traditional interpretation of the Genesis account of six-day creation. Jordan’s account is primarily designed to answer any approach to the text of Genesis, such as the increasingly popular Framework Hypothesis, that pits the text’s literary features against its historical and narrative sense.

This volume is only available in the Canon Press Biblical Studies Collection (6 Vols.)

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Creation Through Wisdom: Theology and the New Biology

Author: Celia Deane-Drummond

This volume offers a new theology of nature based on wisdom Christology. The author argues that an exaggerated emphasis on mere information has deprived modern science of its capacity to respond adequately to the moral dilemmas resulting from our increased power over nature.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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The Design Revolution: Answering the Toughest Questions about Intelligent Design

Author: William Dembski

As the intelligent design movement has gained momentum, questions have naturally arisen to challenge its provocative claims. In this book, William A. Dembski rises to the occasion clearly and concisely answering the most vexing questions posed to the intelligent design program. Writing with non-experts in mind, Dembski responds to more than sixty questions asked by experts and non-experts alike who have attended his many public lectures, as well as objections raised in written reviews.

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The Dinosaur Dilemma: Fact or Fantasy

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

This volume discusses the existence of dinosaurs. Did they really exist and why did they become extinct?

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The Dismantling of Evolutionism's Sacred Cow: Radiometric Dating

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

In this comprehensive volume, Thomas Lea presents a clear and concise introduction to the New Testament, giving readers the key to understanding these important texts. The work also focuses on specific New Testament books such as the Gospels, Acts, and Paul and his letters. Written in an easy-to-understand style and form, Lea’s text unlocks the message of the New Testament for both new students and seasoned scholars.

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Divine and Contingent Order

Author: Thomas F. Torrance

This volume examines the implications of the Judaeo-Christian claim for our understanding of the universe that it is contingent: freely created by God out of nothing, and having an existence, freedom, and rational order of its own while still dependent on Him.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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Dogmatic Theology, Vol. 5: Creation and Man

Author: Francis J. Hall

Volume Five of Hall’s Dogmatic Theology addresses the increasingly tense relationship between theology and the natural sciences, as well as the rise and popularity of the theory of evolution. Hall shows how theological and natural sciences deal with different forms of knowledge—theology treats divine aspects of reality, while science is concerned with the physical and phenomenal aspects.

This volume is only available in the Francis J. Hall Theology Collection (16 Vols.)

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Evolution and the Fall: The Bishop Paddock Lectures 1909–1910

Author: Francis J. Hall

This volume contains lectures delivered on the centennial of Darwin’s birthday and the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Origin of Species. In these lectures, Hall proposes an intelligent discussion of the bearing of evolutionary theory upon Christian doctrine, and offers new possibilities for the broader relationship between science and theology.

This volume is only available in the Francis J. Hall Theology Collection (16 Vols.)

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Foundations for Creationism

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

The theory of evolution, like creation, is a philosophy, not a science. It cannot fit into the scientific method of observation and verification. In this volume both theories, however, are viewed as models and tested with the available evidence to see which more accurately explains origins.

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The Genesis Flood: Continents in Collision

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

The Great Flood of Genesis was neither local nor tranquil, as alleged by evolutionists and even some evangelicals. Rather, it was a worldwide hydraulic, volcanic and tectonic upheaval. Discover the fascinating facts about Noah's Flood in this volume.

This title is also available in Genesis Collection (2 Vols.)

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The Genesis Record: A Scientific and Devotional Commentary on the Book of Beginnings

Author: Henry M. Morris

The Genesis Record offers a scientific, devotional commentary on the complete book of Genesis written by a creationist scientist. Written as narrative exposition rather than a critical verse-by-verse analysis, this book is equally useful to both the theologically trained and the layperson.

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God's Book of Works: The Nature and Theology of Nature

Author: R. J. Berry

R. J. Berry contends that the interplay of science and faith requires continual re-examination in the light of scientific developments, with the consequent need to review religious assumptions. Berry's treatment differs from traditional work in science and religion in that he intentionally and explicitly extends his exploration of the implications of religious faith for contemporary science to environmental conservation, or 'Creation care'.

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The Ground and Grammar of Theology

Author: Thomas F. Torrance

T. F. Torrance discusses the implications for Christian theology of a transition from two great dualist cosmologies of the past (the Ptolemaic and the Copernican-Newtonian) to a non-dualist Einsteinian cosmology, which might seek to integrate the assumptions of science and religion by elucidating the unity of being and form, substance and structure.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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Harmony of Science and Scripture

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

This study will take you through the various fields of science—and the most current knowledge—to show how God's Word harmonizes perfectly with science—or, rather, how science harmonizes perfectly with God's Word.

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Mere Creation: Science, Faith and Intelligent Design

Editor: William Dembski

In this book Behe is joined by eighteen other expert academics trained in mathematics, mechanical engineering, philosophy, physical anthropology, physics, astrophysics, biology, ecology and evolutionary biology to investigate the prospects for this emerging school of thought. Challenging the reigning ideology of materialistic naturalism on both scientific and philosophical grounds, these scholars press the case for a radical rethinking of established evolutionary assumptions.

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The Nature and Limits of Human Understanding

Editor: Anthony J. Sanford

This volume is an exploration of human understanding, from the perspectives of psychology, philosophy, biology and theology. The six contributors are among the most internationally eminent in their fields. The topics covered include: models and illusions of understanding; the mental mechanisms behind metaphors; how the body shapes thought; the ways in which humans deal with causation, mathematics, morality, the soul and God, and many more.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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The Original Star Wars and the Age of Ice

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

This volume looks at evidences for the Ice Age from a creation science viewpoint. It explores the possibility that the Ice Age was the result of an icy meteorite fragmenting as it descended upon Earth.

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The Origins Controversy: Creation or Chance

Author: Dennis Gordon Lindsay

What is the truth about the origin of the universe, the earth, and life? Through this volume it will become plain that the purposes of God in His majestic plan of salvation are inseparably bound to be true to scientific and historical evidences.

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Reordering Nature: Theology, Society and the New Genetics

Editors: Celia Deane-Drummond, Bronislaw Szerszynski and Robin Grove-White

In this volume, experts in the environment, theology and scienceargue that the challenge posed to society by biotechnology lies not only in terms of risk/benefit analysis of individual genetic technologies and interventions. It also has implications for the way we think about human identity and our relationship to the natural world.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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Space, Time and Incarnation

Author: Thomas F. Torrance

When the Nicene Creed affirms that the eternal Son of God “for us and for our salvation came down from heaven,” it asserts that God Himself is actively present within the space and time of our world. The philosophical problems that this involves are bound up with Christian theology, and form the subject of this book.

This title is also available in Science & Theology Collection (9 Vols.)

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Beyond the Cosmos

Author: Hugh Ross

How can my choices be totally free if God is in control of all things at all times and knows the end from the beginning? How can God hear my words and thoughts while listening to billions of others around the world at exactly the same moment? How can God be all-powerful and all-loving and yet allow so much suffering and evil? Drawing on biblical teaching and scientific evidence that supports it, Dr. Ross invites us to know and experience God in a way we have never done before. As a result, our love and appreciation of him will be dramatically deepened, and the way we relate to him and to others—both believers and nonbelievers—will be changed forever.

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The Creator and the Cosmos

Author: Hugh Ross

Few of us can venture outside on a clear, dark night and not pause for a silent, reflective look at the stars. For countless centuries, people have felt a sense of wonder about the heavens. How did our universe come into being? Has it always been here? Is our existence due to random chance or supernatural design? Is God out there? If so, what is he like? In The Creator and the Cosmos, astronomer Hugh Ross explains how recent scientific measurements of the universe have clearly pointed to the existence of God. Whether you’re looking for scientific support for your faith or new reasons to believe, The Creator and the Cosmos will enable you to see the Creator for yourself.

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Creation as Science

Author: Hugh Ross

Who or what shaped the cosmos and life? In the heated battle over evolution, creation, and intelligent design, all sides have become deeply entrenched. Dialogue has vanished amid the smoke and shrapnel. This book introduces one such model, the Reasons to Believe (RTB) Creation Model. While many voices argue that creation is a strictly religious notion, Ross demonstrates that it can also be a scientific one.

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The Fingerprint of God

Author: Hugh Ross

How can we know whether or not God exists? For the last few centuries most scientists have promoted an atheistic or agnostic reply. In the last decade, however, a set of remarkable discoveries about the universe have dramatically jolted their position. To tell the story of how the question has been answered—independently and corroboratively, by both science and theology—is the purpose of this book. In The Fingerprint of God Dr. Hugh Ross tells the fascinating story of how the latest research into origins not only has sealed the case for divine creation, but has revealed the identity of the Creator himself.

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The Genesis Question

Author: Hugh Ross

Everyone knows the Bible teaches scientific nonsense is a commonly held misconception. When pushed for examples, many point to the early chapters of Genesis as proof—creation, the Flood, 900-year life spans. And science has largely been silent on the subject—until now. Examining recent, leading-edge scientific discoveries, Dr. Hugh Ross explores how these very chapters hold some of the strongest scientific evidence for the Bible’s supernatural accuracy. Like never before, The Genesis Question integrates the accuracy of both science and the Bible—without compromise—giving skeptics and believers common ground and opportunity for dialogue.

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A Matter of Days

Author: Hugh Ross

Creation—it’s all in six days’ work. But did the creation days of Genesis last hours or epochs? In A Matter of Days, respected author and astronomer Hugh Ross, Ph.D., addresses these questions and explores how the creation-day controversy developed. History, theology, science, and Scripture reveal creation’s big picture.

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Origins of Life

Author: Hugh Ross

The first life: What did it look like? When did it appear? How did it get here? For the first time in print, Dr. Rana and Dr. Ross present a scientific model for the creation of the first life on Earth—a model based on the Bible. They present testable predictions for this life-origins scenario and for the competing naturalistic scenarios. Which model withstands the rigorous scrutiny of science and the tests of time? The one that does give insight to a deeper question: Why would the first life forms precede human life by billions of years?

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Who Was Adam?

Authors: Hugh Ross and Fazale Rana

Was Adam an accident of nature or a deliberative, purposeful design? Biochemist Fazale Rana and astronomer Hugh Ross discuss recent discoveries and propose a new scientifically testable model for human origins. Can human evolution be declared a fact? Or does creation make more scientific sense?

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Studies on Genesis (10 Vols.)

The volumes in Studies on Genesis (10 Vols.) combine thoughtful, challenging, and—at times—provocative research on the book of Genesis from biblical scholars, historians, and textual scholars. Each volume represents years of original research—some are adaptations of dissertations and theses; others result from groundbreaking conferences or symposia on topics related to Genesis. The resulting collection combines some of the most significant scholarship on Genesis from the past decade. It includes David Toshio Tsumura penetrating linguistic study of the earth and the waters in Genesis 1–2, Roger Syrén’s study of firstborn narratives, Ron Pirson’s analysis of dreams in Genesis, Weston W. Fields’ study of Sodom and Gomorrah in the context of biblical narrative, and many others. In addition to several book-length studies, this collection also contains edited volumes with more than 25 contributions from a variety of scholarly and interpretive traditions.

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The Wonder of Creation and the Enigma of Spiritual Beings

Author: F. P. Moller

The wonder of creation and the enigma of spiritual beings focuses on:—The biblical doctrine of creation—Events regarding creation—The biblical creation and science—Evolution—Angelology—Demonology—about Satan and his angels; demonishing. In the Words of Light and Life Series, Volume 5, FP Möller writes about topics which have become extremely relevant at the end of the twentieth century—and he emphasizes Christ's supremacy over all the powers of the universe.

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Last Updated: 3/29/2010