More about the book:
Thank GOD for EVOLUTION—How the marriage of science and religion will transform your life and our world.
I am surprised that, other than my comment, no one at http://www.scienceagogo.com has mentioned it. It is recommended by the NY Times and 6 Nobel Science winners.
I’ll pass, thank you. It is like saying 6 Nobel prize winners recommended ‘views of Mars from Russell’s teapot’.
Not impressed by the Nobel recommendation.
Tell me, were they scientist who received a Nobel prize in the field of evolutionary biology or abiogenesis?
A Nobel prize winner, wins a prize in his or her narrow field of specialty, which says nothing about what he or she knows about anything else.
Unless this is their specific field, the recommendation of 100 Nobel prize winners would fail to impress me.
The following, and curt comment, by you: I’ll pass, thank you. hit me between the eyes.
Do I assume that this is the end of any dialogue, eh?
If that is your wish, let me know. If so, so be it! And I will wish you, WELL! :)
BTW, I just checked and found that: Two of the six listed were Nobel Laureates in PHYSIOLOGY and MEDICINE. Lee Hartwell, 2001 and Craig Mello, 2006.
Others were in physics and economics. For details about these, and other cultural and scientific leaders, check http://www.ThankGodforEvolution.com