Examining the Elephant Paperback

A Modern-Day Theory on Creation

by Marlin Zimmerman;

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Examining the Elephant

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Where did you come from? Why are you here? Did you evolve from a monkey, or were you created by God? Science and religion have been at odds since the beginning of time, but what would happen if they finally agreed to work together? What if scientific findings were used to prove religious beliefs instead of disprove them? What if religious beliefs were used to fill in the gaps that science cannot solve? Religion negates science by claiming the universe is too complex to have created itself, and science negates religion by claiming it is too complex to have been created by intelligent design. Author Marlin Zimmerman negates them both by posing an interesting take on history's longest argument. After examining the text of Genesis and the scientific findings relating to the theory of evolution, decomposition, and fossil records, Zimmerman presents a new theory-The Wheel Theory-which claims that the earth was created by God as a mature system, fully functioning with all biological laws intact, complete with a fossil record and history. Examining the Elephant encourages you to put your differences aside, understand that science and religion both study the same elephant, and accept a modern-day theory on creation.

Examining the Elephant by Marlin Zimmerman was published by Tate Publishing & Enterprises in June 2011. The ISBN for Examining the Elephant is 9781617771408.

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Details for Examining the Elephant

Page last updated 26th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherTate Publishing & Enterprises (June 2011)
Number of Pages216
Thickness15 mm
Height208 mm
Width132 mm
Product Code4301459
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