Re: Giberson & Yerxa vs Numbers #2

From: Steve Bishop <stevebishop_uk@lycos.co.uk>
Date: Sat Jan 03 2004 - 13:35:49 EST

 Hi Joel,

I can recommend Number's book - it is an excellent read. I haven't (yet) read Giberson and Yerxa's but there is
a review at
http://www.uga.edu/history/vitas/BooksCulture.pdf

Cheers,

Steve

------- Original message ------- 
From: Joel Moore <joelmoore@psu.edu> 
Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2004 12:25:52 -0500 
Subject: Giberson & Yerxa vs Numbers #2 

Sorry I sent off the message without finishing it.

Has anybody read Lindberg & Numbers' _When Science & Christianity
Meet_? Are there any other books on the topics of origins/earth
history and theologies of creation (I'm planning to read Henri
Blocher's _In the Beginning_ and am thinking about reading
Bonhoeffer's _Creation & Fall_) that people would recommend? I'll
probably be involved in discussions of the topic in the near future
and wanted to read some more before then.

Thanks,
Joel

>Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2004 12:18:52 -0500
>To: asa@calvin.edu
>From: Joel Moore
>Subject: Giberson & Yerxa vs Numbers
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>I own Ronald Numbers' _The Creationists_ and am thinking about
>purchasing Giberson & Yerxa's _The Species of Origins_. What are the
>similarities and differences between the two books? How will reading
>_The Species_ add to my knowledge of the topic?
>
>Thanks for any input,
>Joel
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