Darwin built his theory on the data available at that time. But understanding of life's structure and history in the mid-nineteenth century was vastly incomplete. Since then a scientific revolution has taken place. It's not surprising that Darwin's theory no longer represents a viable explanation of nature's record.
In What Darwin Didn't Know, biochemist Fazale Rana and astronomer Hugh Ross bring us up to date with the latest discoveries. In nontechnical language, they help readers recognize the implications that come from relevant new data in both the life and physical sciences.
Level: High school and up