Author Brings Light About Religion and Science in New Book Michael Ebifegha examines these two worldviews within the framework of science
TORONTO, Nov. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientists cannot rule out the relevance of a Creator in establishing a mathematical and scientific world just as they cannot rule out the relevance of Albert Einstein in establishing the relation E = mc2. This is the basic theme that drives author Michael Ebifegha's Creation or Evolution?
Creation is a primary process and is the reason for the basic kinds of living things, such as, people, cats and dogs. Evolution, on the other hand, is a secondary process and is one of the reasons that there are variations within each basic kind of living things, such as the different breeds of cats and dogs. Creation or Evolution? argues that creation and evolution are simply natural processes and as such a correct scientific worldview must embrace the fact that evolution as a secondary mechanism cannot displace creation as the primary mechanism.
"There is much to debate, but the bottom line is this: if you are already a believer in creationism, this book is for you. If you're a staunch evolutionist, you will find fault with every sentence. Whichever belief system you subscribe to, this book is unlikely to change your mind." - BlueInk Review
The fact that creation and evolution must be viewed respectively as primary and secondary processes allows scientists to be viewed as scientists and not as creationists or evolutionists which are religious designations or beliefs. A belief is a belief whether it has theistic or atheistic sentiments. Creation or Evolution? demonstrates how a purely evolutionary worldview is a myth. A world that is created and one that evolved will be characteristically different and Creation or Evolution? provides the reader a glimpse of the scenarios.
About the Author
Michael Ebifegha is married with three daughters and they live in Toronto. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a PhD in physics and a Bachelor of Education degree in science and mathematics. He earned a certificate in Religious studies from the Toronto Catholic School Board. He is the author of The Death of Evolution, The Darwinian Delusion, and Creation or Evolution?
Creation or Evolution? by Michael Ebifegha
Publication Date: March 29, 2011
Paperback: $16.95; 178 pages; ISBN 978-1450289023
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