REVOLUTION AGAINST EVOLUTION FOURTH EDITION 2020
There seems to always be a need for an easy-to-read general purpose creationist book targeted toward high school students that is up to date. In 1986, the first edition of Revolution Against Evolution was published and 2,500 copies were distributed, though it was initially designed for a Bible Training Institute class. It was reprinted in 1993 and in 2013 it was updated and made into an e-book. Now, we have re-edited this book and brought it up to date with the current creationist research. Most of the arguments presented in the original book remain effective, and speculations originally made have been confirmed with more thorough research and visits to the sites mentioned in the original. The new version will sell for $9.95 plus shipping and the chapter titles are:
Order from Disorder
Historical Geology and Fault-Finding
Animals that Could not have Evolved
Proteins, DNA and the Cell
Which Model is Best?
The Stars and Planets
Evidence Versus Myths
Issues and Answers
AMAZING TURKEY HUNTING STORIES
Getting out in the woods and being still while hunting makes some special memories and provides opportunities to learn lessons, hear from God, and listen to nature wake up as the first light of day begins to peek over the horizon. Steve Sharp tells several funny experiences he has had while hunting and what it is like to take his children and grandchildren out into the woods.
THE SUCCESS OF THE WILD TURKEY IN MICHIGAN
Steve Sharp talks about the success of the reintroduction of the wild turkey in Michigan in 1954 and how the habitat has changed after the lumbering days. It went from pine forest that was lumbered to grasslands that were good for quail and pheasant, scrub brush that was good for woodcock and as the forest matured, it provided habitat for wild turkey. He demonstrates the difference between spring and fall turkey hunting and which calls are appropriate for either season. He also describes a little bit about the different species of turkey and some of the unique anatomical features.
A SOLUTION FOR SEEING STARS – With David and Ann Harris
David Harris was one of the very first creationists who proposed a model why we are able to see stars that were millions of light-years away. In 1978, he published his model in the Creation Research Society Quarterly, and several other creationists got on the bandwagon and started to propose their own models. David’s model had light from distant stars traveling at an infinite light speed, but at the time of the fall of man, it created an impedance that slowed down the speed of light as it approached the earth. Earlier, creationists such as Henry M. Morris proposed a model of light created in transit. When we interviewed Dr. D. Russell Humphreys, he said that the model David Harris proposed inspired him to develop his own white-hole cosmology, which solves the issue using the general theory of relativity to propose that time runs at different rates in the universe. Other scientists such as Jason Lisle and Steve Miller propose variations of David’s idea. Steve Miller believes that we are seeing the universe in near-real time. Jason Lisle proposes a variation of that concept. His model is called the Anisotropic Synchrony Convention.