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    Well argued and documented

    A convincing and very easily understood survey of the available information, the author is to be congratulated for his efforts. Some may feel that the section on divine intervention is unnecessary and that it detracts from the objective arguments, I believe it actually enhances the feeling that we have a personal relationship with our Creator.
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    Ev0lution Impossible

    This is a great read full of clear, considered evidence that makes sense. It continues to baffle me how intelligent scientists can continue to close their minds to the greatest scientific argument against evolution as the origin of the species: that it has never been observed and there is no record of it. Sadly, it continues to be taught as fact when it is clearly nothing more than a flawed theory. Ashton's book piles up the arguments why evolution cannot work based on clear scientific facts and philosophical reasoning. I've read plenty of material claiming evidence to support evolutionary explanations of life on earth. I challenge those who support it to take an open-minded look at the arguments against it.

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