“A Blade of Grass” by Mike Hodgson is published
A brilliant book which convincingly challenges Evolutionary Theory
About the Book:
Combining evidence and theory, this book questions whether plant life and creatures could all evolve from a few cells, all with their own individual DNA, each with the intelligence of a thousand computers built in. It discusses the Big Bang theory, where our world began, the beauty of creation and all the world’s elements.
What happened 6,000 years ago that dramatically changed our world? In 1,500 years, humankind developed the ability not only to record history, but went from living in caves to building palaces. Something must have caused this change! Could it be that God created a new Adam and Eve? Are Judaism, Christianity and Islam based on myth or reality? Are we a unique combination of mind, body and spirit? And finally, what is history, and how does it shape our interpretation of the world around us?
This intriguing, inspired easy-to-understanding book turns Evolutionary Theory on its head. How can something with more intelligence than any man or computer with written in its DNA come out of thin air? It is impossible, unless it is with a vast array of miracles, “do evolutionists believe in miracles?”
If it is not evolution one must ask oneself, what and where does this intelligence come from? Out of space, it certainly is not of this world, we know, because this world has been created.
Review on Amazon:
from Wordly Traveller on 5 October 2020
Thought-provoking book which stands at odds to evolutionary theory
“This intriguing, inspired easy-to-understanding book turns Evolutionary Theory on its head.
How can something with more intelligence than any person or computer with such complexity written in its DNA come out of thin air? It is impossible, unless it is with a vast array of miracles. Do Evolutionists believe in miracles?
If not through evolution, one must ask what and where does this intricacy, complexity and intelligence comes from? Such beauty and splendour that we find in nature and the world around us must have been created.
This book combines traditional cosmological (first cause), ontological (greatest possible being) and teleological arguments (beauty and complexity found in nature) for God’s existence all into once convincing tome.
I’d recommended this book for anyone who asks where we came from and why we’re here, and for those who sense that Evolutionary Theory does not provide all the answers to human existence and the splendours of the universe.”
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