Men of Science, Men of God
Many assume erroneously that Charles Darwin, one-time-divinity-student turned naturalist atheist, originated the theory of evolution. However, this pagan, anti-God, idea came from Greeks, Babylonians, and other ancient philosophers. In his book, The Long War Against God, Dr. Henry Morris thoroughly documents the ages-long history of the creation/evolution conflict. Suggested donation: $16.50 postpaid.
The book, Men of Science, Men of God: Great Scientists Who Believed the Bible, by Dr. Henry Morris (suggested donation, $8.50), documents that many of the major scientific contributions were made by scientists who were also dedicated men of God. Almost every pioneer and “founding father” of modern scientific disciplines was a Christian who believed in a personal God and the veracity of the Bible, from Leonardo da Vinci to Wernher von Brahn — the list of more than a hundred men includes Francis Bacon, Johann Kepler, Blaise Pascal, Isaac Newton, Carolus Linneaus, John Dalton, Michael Faraday, Samuel F. B. Morse, Louis Agassiz, James Joule, Louis Pasteur, Gregor Mendel, Henri Fabre, and John Ambrose Fleming. All of them were Bible-believing Christians who advanced true science, and who really shaped modern science.
It was Bible-based enlightened Christian thinking that gave us the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution, that have been so important in shaping our country’s values. Formerly, there was much more awareness of the Christian origins of our government, and the necessity for proper reverence for God, from whom our rights derive. Without reverence for God and His Word, no government will be able to long sustain the free and decent society envisioned by our founding fathers. They knew better than to rely merely upon a “form” of government! — from the Internet
Both these books are also available on a free loan basis from Sharing Library, c/o John D. Crissinger, PO Box 581, Granville, OH 43023