I Know There is a God explores the creation of the world and the role of the Designer God. The book refutes the arguments of neo-Darwinism and Punctuated Equilibrium; expounds upon Paley's imagery of the watch as evidence that both the watch and the world need a maker; and seeks to answer Nietzsche's question of whether or not the watchmaker is still alive.
Publisher: University Press of America
Number of pages: 262
Weight: 417 g
Dimensions: 231 x 163 x 21 mm
. . . I am amazed at the details you have in your book that tells clearly how each huge discovery and advance was originated by God. I am so proud to have this book in our personal library at home . . . It touches my heart when I learned of the personal sacrifices, and terrible treatment, you went through because of your wonderful belief. -- John J. McKetta, Jr., Ph.D., J. C. Walter Chair Emeritus, Chemical Engineering Department, University of Texas at Austin
. . . I read your book, and liked it very much . . . Your steadfastness in your faith in the face of persecution and suffering was very inspiring. I hope many peope read the book. -- Michael J. Behe, Ph.D., auhor, Darwin's Black Box