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All reviews by David Tyler

He is a senior lecturer in Manchester University.

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Reenchanting Humanity: A theology of mankind
Owen Strachan

‘What is man that you are mindful of him?’ wrote the psalmist (Psalm 8:4, ESV). This probing question has engaged the minds of truth-seekers throughout the ages. The philosophers that are widely esteemed in the Western world have limited themselves…

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Faraday – Man of science and man of God
Andy McIntosh

A sad trend in Britain is the declining awareness of our Christian heritage. The ambition to change the world is good, and past generations did just that. We often think of the noble army of pastors, teachers and missionaries who…

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What is Man?
Edgar Andrews

In this book, Professor Andrews (see article on page 3 of this ET issue) distils a lifetime of meditation on the titular question into 14 rich and readable chapters. He unpacks the issues behind what scholars have called ‘hard problems’…

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Wonders of Creation (Design in a fallen world)
Stuart Burgess

This superbly illustrated book presents a compelling case that our world displays the hallmarks of design and testifies to the exquisite handiwork of our creator. Evidences are first drawn from a selection of land mammals, sea creatures, birds and insects.…

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Virtually Human: flourishing in a digital world
Pete Nicholas

This title develops the principle that technology is not value-neutral, because God has not made the world value-neutral. Many features of the digital world, particularly social media, convey a worldview at odds with the Bible. For Christians grappling with Facebook…

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Origins: Examining the Evidence
Steve Taylor

The objective of this publication is to advocate a more critical approach to evolution theory by considering the scientific evidence challenging the widely accepted paradigm. Such exposure can and should result in an academic openness of mind producing better scientists…

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Adam Ate With Dinosaurs
Christopher J. Tokeley

What is your opinion on the creation versus evolution debate? Are the first eleven chapters of Genesis myth, metaphor or literal truth? Can modern-minded Christians justify their attempts to reconcile biblical history with scientific theory? Did God create the Earth…

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Should Christians Embrace Evolution? Biblical and Scientific Responses
Norman C. Nevin

The twenty-first century is witnessing an aggressive attack on the credibility of Christian faith by the 'new atheists', who argue essentially that evolution has made religious faith utterly redundant. In the past, Christians held to a variety of approaches to…

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Six-Day Creation: Does it matter what you believe?
Robert Gurney

Ever since long-age geology and the theory of evolution became established in the nineteenth century, Christians have been divided over how to respond to the secular view of origins. This book examines some of the biblical, scientific, and historical issues,…

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