Who was Adam? Was he the result of still ongoing natural processes or a unique creation?
Ten years ago, in the first edition of
Who Was Adam?, biochemist Fazale Rana and astronomer Hugh Ross proposed a ground-breaking new approach to probe questions about human origins. This approach, which they have called the “testable creation model,” advanced the radical idea that the traditional biblical view of Adam and Eve has scientific credibility.
The first half of this updated edition has left the original manuscript in tact. The second half then reflects on how the model has fared in light of a decade of scientific developments. Where did RTB’s testable creation model for human origins meet its predictions? Where does the model need to be adjusted? Get your copy of
Who Was Adam? to find out.