"The Case against Darwin: Why the Evidence Should Be Examined" By James Perloff

There is powerful scientific evidence against Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. And the implications are momentous, because ever since publication of The Origin of Species in 1859, evolution has been contested man's traditional ideas about the meaning of life.
Now, however, it's Darwin who's on the retreat, as facts from diverse branches of science challenge the theory's validity. In his popular book Tornado in a Junkyard, James Perloff examined that evidence in detail. Now, for the busy reader, he takes you on a mini-tour of: The Case Against Darwin.
Paperback, 80 pages. ($7.95)


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