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Who Was Adam?: Fazale "Fuz" Rana and Hugh Ross

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A Creation Model Approach to the Origin of Man


Evolutionary theory dominates academic thought and public discourse as the only valid explanation for humanity's origin.

  • The hominid fossil record
  • Neanderthals
  • Junk DNA
  • Human and chimp genetic similarity

Many observations appear to validate Darwin's ideas. But do they? Long before Darwin, a man named David voiced a different view. And, both men can't be right.

Recent discoveries, some with biblical overtones, are causing many scientists to abandon traditional evolutionary accounts in favor of a radically different explanation. In Who Was Adam? biochemist Fazale Rana and astronomer Hugh Ross discuss many of these advances and propose a new scientific model for human origins, a creation model. Can human evolution be declared a fact? Or does creation make more scientific sense? RTB's biblically consistent model can be tested to answer the questions, with astounding results.

"Fazale Rana and Hugh Ross have produced a creation model on the origin of man that is at once as comprehensive in its data-gathering as it is challenging in the depth of detail. Readers, regardless of their perspective on the matter of human origins, will be impressed with fairness, balance, and scope of the arguments. 'Who Was Adam?' takes the creationist/evolunist debate to a whole new level but insists on grounding the debate in the new evidences from genetics, biochemistry, archaeology, geology, and even astrophysics and the biblical narrative of creation."

-Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., president, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; Colman M Mockler Distinguished Professor of Old Testament

1 Hardback (published 2005), 18 oz.

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