The Adam Quest Hardback
Eleven Scientists Who Held on to a Strong Faith While Wrestling with the Mystery of Human Origins
by Tim Stafford;
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The Adam Quest
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Author Tim Stafford watched the tension between the beliefs of Darwin and the teaching of Genesis shake the faith of his family, ruin friendships and leave Christians in the field of science feeling as though the doors of the church were closed to their profession.
He believes this civil war can stop. The scientific record and the truth of the Bible aren’t mutually exclusive. The Adam Quest offers a compelling new look at the beginnings of life as Stafford puts questions of dinosaurs, genealogy and the age of the earth to eleven world-class scientists.
A sweeping book-touching everything from advances in genetics to a particle physicist striving to become Anglican priest, Stafford uses the stories and journeys of these remarkable men and women to provide a new diversity of answers. Scientific progress is carefully detailed, while the struggle toward truth and toward God is humanised.
A deeply informative look at Christians working in science, this book is for both believers and those who harbor doubts – an intersection of faith and science, and a safe place for questions. Whether you believe in a young earth, intelligent design, evolutionary creationism, or something else, The Adam Quest offers a chance to strengthen your faith, deepen your knowledge, and bring science back into the church.
The Adam Quest by Tim Stafford was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2013 and is our 62587th best seller. The ISBN for The Adam Quest is 9781400205646.
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|Page last updated||27th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Tim Stafford|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (December 2013)|
|Number of Pages||232|