Biology and Creation: An Introduction Regarding Life and Its Origins is a discussion of the origin of life, of cells, and of multicellular organisms.
Biology and Creation will help answer the following questions, plus more.
- What is Alive
- What is alive out in space?
- The making of “life” in the lab-really?
- how about the “law of cells?”
- Can a creationist be a scientist?
- Where do evolutionists stand?
- Is Intelligent Design part of biology?
Author Wayne Frair earned degrees in zoology from Houghton and Wheaton Colleges. His MA is in embryology from the University of Massachusetts and his PH.D. in biochemical taxonomy is from Rutgers University. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a past president of the Creation Research Society. His field and laboratory research interests have focused mainly on turtles and he has spent more than forty years in research and reaching. Currently, his status is Professor Emeritus of Biology at The Kings College in New York City.
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