Creation Science Books and Links
The Amazing Story of Creation : From Science and the Bible
by Duane T. Gish, D Dish, Earl Snellenberger (Illustrator), Henry Madison Morris (Designer)
The evidence of creation presented here is entertaining, educational and easy to understand. At times, it presents a humorous look at the predicament in which evolution finds itself trying to explain that which only God can do.
The Answers Book : Answers to the 12 Most-Asked Questions on Genesis and Creation/Evolution
by Ken Ham, Andrew Snelling, Carl Wieland, Kenneth Ham
$10.95 Reading level: Young Adult Paperback Revised edition (October 1996) Master Books;
This book addresses 12 of the most-asked questions on Genesis and the creation/evolution issue. Each of these questions is given a detailed, in-depth answer and a brief summary to help you grasp the idea at a glance.
Biblical Creationism : What Each Book of the Bible Teaches About Creation and the Flood
by Henry Madison Morris
$15.39 Hardcover - 276 pages (June 1993) Baker Book House
The leading author/apologist for young-earth creationism surveys Bible passages relating to events or themes recorded in Genesis 1-11, and summarizes and organizes biblical and noncanonical Jewish works. Morris also defends the view that records were kept from the time of Adam and includes implications for scripture use not commonly considered.
The Collapse of Evolution
by Scott M. Huse
$9.59 Paperback - 224 pages 3rd edition (January 1998) Baker Book House
In the second edition of this successful book on flaws in the evolutionary theory, Huse has revised the text and added fascinating examples of design in the natural world. Chapters explore all branches of science, explaining the fatal flaws of various "proofs" for Darwinism and other naturalistic evolutionary theories. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Synopsis The Collapse of Evolution, now in an improved and updated third edition, has long been one of the most successful books on flaws in the evolutionary theory. It confronts evolutionists on their own turn, exposing the weaknesses of Darwinian theories.
Dinosaurs by Design
by Duane T. Gish, Earl Snellenberger (Illustrator), Bonita Snellenberger (Illustrator)
Reading level: Ages 9-12 Edition: Hardcover --Travel with the dinosaurs as they board Noah's Ark and then enter the strange new world after the Flood Find out what happened to the dinosaurs and are there any alive today. Join us on an exciting adventure to learn more about these magnificent creatures.
The Great Dinosaur Mystery Solved
by Ken Ham, Dan Lietha (Illustrator)
Paperback: 190 pages --A dinosaur book like you've never seen before! Not only is the "dinosaur mystery" solved, but you'll be taught the TRUE history of the earth and its inhabitants. Your thinking about this world will never be the same again! A wealth of information combined into one volume, this fascinating book is a perfect addition to your family library!
Genesis Record : A Scientific and Devotional Commentary on the Book of Beginnings
by Henry M. Morris
Hardcover - 716 pages (June 1981) Baker Book House $20.99
The Genesis Record is the only commentary on the complete book of Genesis written by a creationist scientist. Written as a narrative exposition rather than a critical verse-by-verse analysis, the book is equally useful to both the theologically trained and the layperson.
Genesis: Finding Our Roots
by Ruth Beechick
Paperback: 112 pages --This book provides a unique look at Genesis 1-11, integrating history with art, literature, and other disciplines. It is intended for family study, teenagers' independent study, or Sunday School use, and could be used as a text for home schoolers.
It Couldn't Just Happen : Fascinating Facts About God's World
by Lawrence O. Richards
$11.99 Reading level: Ages 9-12 Paperback - 192 pages Reissue edition Word Books
Here is a book written to help parents talk to their children about the role of God in creation, to provide an antidote to materialistic interpretations they receive in schools and in the media that leave no place for divinity.
The Lie : Evolution
by Ken Ham, Kenneth Ham, Luther Sunderland (Designer
$9.95 Reading level: Young Adult Paperback (October 1996) Master Books;
Ken works from the Bible to Explain the real history of the world as given in the Bible --Creation, the Fall, the Flood, Fossils, Death, and and the Gospel. It shows the relevance of Creation it is importance. Ken skillfully defends Biblical Creation. A breath of fresh air in the world of evolutionary compromise!
Refuting Evolution by Jonathan Sarfati, Ken Ham Paperback: 143 pages
What Is Creation Science
by Henry Madison Morris, Gary E. Parker
$9.56 Paperback - 306 pages Rev edition (October 1996) Master Books
This book provides an excellent contrast between the Evolution and Creation models for the origins of life, pointing out the major weaknesses of evolutionary theory (all versions of it). Effectively makes the case that the Creation model better fits the known data that has been accumulated in various fields of scientific study as well as the accepted laws of modern physics. The book sticks fairly closely to the scientific data while avoiding dogmatic theistic arguments of any particular theory about Creation (eg. Bible, etc.).
The following books are offered by The Creation Research Society. To order any of these books, go The Creation Research Society web site or by writing them at the following address.
Astronomy and the Bible: Questions and Answers.
Donald B. DeYoung. 1988. Baker Book House, 146 pages. $8.00.
What is a black hole? Is there life in space? Which is the best telescope to buy? This book is a concise summary of creationist astronomy in a question/answer format. "How refreshing and rare to find an astronomy book where God's Word, not scientific theory, finds preeminence" (Christian Retailing). This book can be given to students without any fear of corrupting their faith in Scripture. It makes a welcome companion to more technical creationist presentations such as Design and Origins in Astronomy. Its six chapters provide an unusually large amount of information in a very readable style. The book contains a glossary in addition to Scripture and subject indices. I used this book in my astronomy class. I highly recommend it.
Astronomy and Creation - An Introduction.
Donald B. DeYoung. 1995. Creation Research Society Books, 59 pages. $5.45.
This volume is the first in a series of concise studies giving an overview of a particular topic, in this case astronomy. The heavens (as well as the earth itself) declare the clear message of creation. The vast distances and numberless stars of deep space are simply beyond our comprehension. Among all the sciences, surely astronomy is the best teacher of humility. What then do the heavens teach us from a creation perspective? This book considers five particular areas: origins, order, structure, time scale, and change. The reader will find this treatment of "outer space" to be a refreshing alternative to much of today's scientific thinking. This book is the first in a series of short, introductory texts published by the Creation Research Society. The second, Physical Science and Creation; An Introduction, was also written by Dr. DeYoung. I want this book next.
Design and Origins in Astronomy.
Edited by George Mulfinger, Jr. 1983. CRS Monograph Series No. 2. Creation Research Society Books, 151 pages. $9.00.
This book presents a teleological study of the universe - a creationist challenge to modern materialistic thought. Written in the 1970's, many of the arguments remain valid in the 1990's and are of historical as well as scientific interest. Authors include George Mulfinger, Donald DeYoung, John Whitcomb, Emmett Williams, Paul Steidl, and Paul Wilt. A wide range of topics is presented - initial state of the universe, a thermodynamics approach, the red shift controversy, nucleosynthesis, and creationist views concerning the origin of the solar system and the universe - as well as a Scriptural framework for astronomy.
Starlight and Time: Solving the Puzzle of Distant Starlight in a Young Universe. D. Russell Humphreys. 1994. Master Books, 133 pages. $6.00. Using concepts from the general theory of relativity, Dr. Humphreys has derived a young earth cosmology which offers an explanation for the existence of "old" starlight in a young universe. The author compares his hypothesis to previous creationist explanations for the existence of starlight that should have required millions of years to reach the earth. Defects in the "big bang" theory are noted as well.