What is the best book to prove the bible via creation science?

I have heard some interesting science facts from preachers like John MacArthur and Lee Stroebel, and would like a recommendation on a book title that gives in particular very specific scientific information that shows the earth is within extremely incredibly narrow bounds of laws of physics and science, so that if the earth or universe went just a micron or so (so to speak) out of that balance it would be destroyed. Thus giving strong evidence to an intelligent creator.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Summa Theologica.

    It's the best, but unfortunately is also filled with logical errors and false assumptions.

  • Om
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    1 decade ago

    The best book you want are those containing papers which have been peer reviewed. Unfortunately for you, these do not support intelligent design. The apparent design in the universe is explained via the anthropic principle (look it up on wiki). There is no 'strong' evidence of an intelligent creator.

    Oh and lol to the person who suggested dr dino as a reliable source of info, he got 10 years for fraud about a week ago.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Why not just make something up yourself?

    See, you write down what you want to be true, and then you type it up and print it out, and put a title on it, and make sure to say "science" as often as you can in it. Put in some numbers in scientific notation - you know, like 1.13x10 to the 25th power and so on.

    It'll work better if you go to a fundamentalist college and buy yourself a title - like one of those fake "Ph.D." degrees they issue, so you can put that after your name. If you can't afford that, just say that you've been studying cosmology. When did you first start thinking about this? If it was (say) five years ago, just say that you've been studying cosmology and astrophysics for five years. Or what the heck...make it six. Sounds better.

    See how this works?

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The fallacy of your assertion is that such a tiny chance of random creation or the narrow margin by which we survive actually proves there is an invisible man in the sky.

    In fact, if the output of the sun were to increase by as little as 2%, it could shift our ecosystem severely enough to destroy every living thing. But equating that to an "intelligent creator" is as plausible as my peanut-butter & jelly sandwich last night. Granted, it was VERY tasty, but God didn't make it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Don't bother reading anything by Lee Strobel. His arguments are limited and his answers are even more so.

    Oh, and I'd recommend you not waste your time on creation "science" as its all total crap.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Preachers are not good sources of science facts.

  • 1 decade ago

    what you want to say is the anthropic principle.

    if things were not as they are we wouldn't be here to wonder why things are they way they are.

    but doesn't prove anything,

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I do not know about any books but you can go to drdino.com

    and find a wealth of info.

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