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Genesis Evolution: A Unique Way of Uniting Christianity and Science, an LDS Perspective (Understanding Mormon Doctrine and Evolution Together)

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Fans of Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Henry Eyring Sr. will love this little book. Do science and religion really have to be at odds with each other? Are they compatible? Does there really need to be a debate about evolution vs. God? What if Moses actually understood the science behind the earth’s history, and the language of God in the Bible actually tells the same story as any Fans of Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Henry Eyring Sr. will love this little book. Do science and religion really have to be at odds with each other? Are they compatible? Does there really need to be a debate about evolution vs. God? What if Moses actually understood the science behind the earth’s history, and the language of God in the Bible actually tells the same story as any geology textbook? Genesis Evolution makes that case. The geological history of the earth is told in a way that any scientist would agree, and is placed side-by-side with the first chapter of Genesis. Told in a manner that you don’t have to be a scientist to understand, you’ll be able to see how the pieces of science and religion fit nicely together. As you read this book, be open-minded. Whether you’re a devout Christian, a die-hard atheist, or somewhere in between, this book will truly make you think… if you let it.


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Fans of Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Henry Eyring Sr. will love this little book. Do science and religion really have to be at odds with each other? Are they compatible? Does there really need to be a debate about evolution vs. God? What if Moses actually understood the science behind the earth’s history, and the language of God in the Bible actually tells the same story as any Fans of Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Henry Eyring Sr. will love this little book. Do science and religion really have to be at odds with each other? Are they compatible? Does there really need to be a debate about evolution vs. God? What if Moses actually understood the science behind the earth’s history, and the language of God in the Bible actually tells the same story as any geology textbook? Genesis Evolution makes that case. The geological history of the earth is told in a way that any scientist would agree, and is placed side-by-side with the first chapter of Genesis. Told in a manner that you don’t have to be a scientist to understand, you’ll be able to see how the pieces of science and religion fit nicely together. As you read this book, be open-minded. Whether you’re a devout Christian, a die-hard atheist, or somewhere in between, this book will truly make you think… if you let it.

30 review for Genesis Evolution: A Unique Way of Uniting Christianity and Science, an LDS Perspective (Understanding Mormon Doctrine and Evolution Together)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Draper

    The book draws excellent connections between scientific conclusion and religious doctrine. However, it is very simply written (perhaps because, as the author states, he is no scientist or prophet, just a man who likes to learn) and left me wanting a deeper analysis of the issues and scriptures he evaluated. Nonetheless, it helped me better frame some thoughts on the subject I have had in the past.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Timber

    Very short read, like reading a good fireside talk on evolution. This basically put words to what I have always thought about how science and scripture hold hands and agree rather than disagree when it comes to evolution. My favorite was the last chapter where he sorts what is LDS doctrine & what is not. I enjoyed this ebook.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Clay Smith

    A beautiful description of the creation of the earth which unites science and the writing of Moses. Have questions about prehistoric man? What of the slime that was "first life" from the ocean? Want a full and rich experience while reading Genesis? This short book delivers. A beautiful description of the creation of the earth which unites science and the writing of Moses. Have questions about prehistoric man? What of the slime that was "first life" from the ocean? Want a full and rich experience while reading Genesis? This short book delivers.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Crooks

    I like Mr. McConkie's explanation of the two side's of the argument! This is a great explanation of how scripture and science are not mutually exclusive. I loved reading it. It all made so much sense to me. I like Mr. McConkie's explanation of the two side's of the argument! This is a great explanation of how scripture and science are not mutually exclusive. I loved reading it. It all made so much sense to me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Don Gubler

    Lousy science and lousy religion. Author apparently lacks education and inspiration. Worst case scenario is not knowing and yet thinking that you do. Example in hand.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Lovell

    I love the language this author uses to explain this scientific subject that always stressed me out in high school and college. I recommend this book for anyone who wants a simple, concise explanation of the relationship between God and the creation of our world. I am open minded about the theory of evolution, and now even the Big Bang theory, and find no need for myself to form concrete opinions as to how our world was made or not...but I do know that God was involved and in charge, and this bo I love the language this author uses to explain this scientific subject that always stressed me out in high school and college. I recommend this book for anyone who wants a simple, concise explanation of the relationship between God and the creation of our world. I am open minded about the theory of evolution, and now even the Big Bang theory, and find no need for myself to form concrete opinions as to how our world was made or not...but I do know that God was involved and in charge, and this book fortifies that viewpoint in a wonderful way. It was a pleasure to read! I hope this book gets a huge audience, because it is enlightening to say the least! One last thing--this author's down-to-earth (no pun intended) way of telling stories made this an entertaining read. I loved it.

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