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The Collapse of Evolution has long been one of the most successful books on flaws in the evolutionary theory. It confronts evolutionists on a turf they have claimed as their own - the sciences - as it explains the weakness of Darwinian and other naturalistic evolution theories. The text has been improved and updated in this third edition, and two new chapters on astronomy and archaeology have been added. Writes Scott M. Huse, "Evolution and biblical creationism are mutually exclusive and cannot be reconciled." The author explains a series of fatal flaws in the "proof" structure of biological evolutionary theories.

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One of the most successful books on the flows in evolutionary theory. The third edition includes two new chapters "Astronomy" and "Archaeology."

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Pages   224
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.48" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.56"
Weight:   0.59 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Nov 1, 1997
Publisher   Baker Publishing Group
Age  18
ISBN  0801057744  
EAN  9780801057748  

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Another load of tosh!  Jan 5, 2007
Although I have a BS and MS in mechanical engineering from conventional schools, I do not consider myself a stereotypical hard-boiled scientist. I do not immediately discount unconventional theories, I am open to spiritual ideas, and I am not an atheist. I did purchase and begin to read this book with a completely open mind; I was genuinely curious about what this "Intelligent Design" stuff was all about.

I was utterly disappointed to find that this book is a bunch of ignorant tripe, full of poorly-supported opinions argued with possibly the WORST logic skills I have been astonished to encounter.

If you are interested in how life has come into being and how it came to be the way it is today, by all means, I suggest conventional science as the first step. If you are interested in religion, philosophy, and the spiritual side of nature, I suggest conventional religion as the first step. I must conclude that "Intelligent Design" is a trashy attempt to disguise the latter as the former, which ends up being horrible at presenting either.

This is such irritating trash. I was completely incapable of finishing even the first chapter, and I am a compulsive reader who will read almost anything (like the cereal box, over and over, or even trashy supermarket tabloids when I am waiting in line!). I could not even bear to donate it to the library, as I usually do with books I've finished, because I could not bear the thought of passing it on. I had to dump it into the recycle bin.
Seven Areas Where Organic Evolution Fails   Sep 12, 2006
September 12, 2006 --- Scott M. Huse has written a compact (about 210 pages) book (The Collapse of Evolution) that explores these seven areas where (atheistic) organic Evolution fails when faced with facts and logic: 1. biology (DNA and biogenesis do not support Darwin's Evolution or neo-Darwinian Evolution); 2. geology (several examples of radioactive dating and problems with the Geologic Column are presented, along with other arguments); 3. astronomy (includes extremely improbable cases of life coming to earth from our solar system; 4. physics; 5. mathematics (mathematical proofs, using well-established probability theory, that demonstrate why Evolution is either extremely improbable or impossible (less than 1 chance in 10^50 (1050)); 6. archaeology; and 7. anthropology (this section includes the hyped, false "ape-man" specimens during the last several decades.)

My own background includes: B.S. in biology, minor in chemistry; MBA (business and economics); over 20 years experience in Information Technology; and a few courses in statistics. Mathematics and logic can be used to test hypotheses in science and other areas of intellectual pursuit. If a hypothesis (Evolution is a set of them, and not yet a theory) fails tests of logic and math, then it is disproved. Scott Huse's chapter 5 on mathematics gives proofs using probabilities. Unfortunately for those who love Evolution, their set of hypotheses (often called "the theory of Evolution") depends on chance (no Intelligent Design or Designer) and natural selection. Here is an example that I have constructed. If there are 100 billion (1 x 10^11) trials per second for 30 billion years (1 x 10^18 seconds), the total trials would be 1 x 10^29. If you wanted to put together a molecule of only 50 atoms and you had only 8 atoms (such as O, N, K, C, H, . . .) to select from in the substrate, then the probability that this series of atoms could be selected by chance is 1 in 8^50 (8 to the 50th power) or 1 in 1.427 x 10^45. Clearly the 10^29 trials are not enough chance selections to make the 1 in 1.427 x 10^45 (10 to the 45th power.)

This book is a readable summary of several arguments against "the theory of Evolution" with some reasonable arguments for Creationism. I gave it 5 stars for the superb scope and logical examples; would have liked to have given 4 1/2 stars because of undocumented stand on "6 literal days of creation" and related topics. (A "day" in Genesis chapter 1 could be a 24-hour day or a period of time such as an eon or era.) Even with a few shortcomings, this is a very good book that exposes "the theory of Evolution" as nothing more than a set of unproved hypotheses.
Truly, "Collapse" is appropriate.  Aug 16, 2006
Scott Huse has meticulously and piercingly researched this subject of creation science and evolution, and this book is truly a breakthrough in accessibility to the average reader and in bringing all this invaluable information to the public.
Huse calmly points out flaws, impossibilities, and contradictions in every area of origin-studies. As much as is possible, Huse tries to see both sides. Fortunately for the world, one of the sides is right about everything.
In summaries:
Chapter 1: Biology, the stunning degree of intricacy and complexity of animals present and past, and the impossibility of double-convergence in a theory of evolution without a mechanism.
Chapter 2: Geology, the assumptions made in establishing the field and geologic column/radioactive dating, old-earth and young-earth theories, Flood theory.
Chapter 3: Astronomy, uniqueness of earth, possibility of extraterrestrial life.
Chapter 4: Physics, Laws of thermodynamics.
Chapter 5: Mathematics, incredibly small chances of the smallest step towards evolution.
Chapter 6: Archaeology, Confirmations of Biblical places, events, lack of any fossil record supporting evolution.
Chapter 7: Anthropology, "Ancient men", hoaxes, and misinterpretations.
Chapter 8: Commonly Cited "Proofs" of Evolution, no viable evidence.
Chapter 9: Scientists who believe in Biblical Creationism, showing that it IS scientific and not nearly so unknown as modern educators would say it is.
Chapter 10: Biblical Considerations, comparison of the two religions
Appendices: These are helpful resources and other sources and such.
Huse's writing is convincing, and he leaves no holes in his reasoning.
This type of book is why creationists utterly destroy honest evolutionists in any serious debate about the subject.
If you're looking for a book to argue more for Christianity and less against evolution, you may want to check out "A Scientific Approach to Christianity", by Robert W. Faid. It has more convincing evidence FOR Christianity than against evolution (warning: it supports the old-earth and extended creation-week philosophy).
Man As God Created Him  Aug 6, 2006
This is just one of many excellent books that further the evidence of divine intervention in the creation of the universe. It will not satisfy all the critics who so badly want to disbelieve in the finer workings of a majestic hand of God, but at least it will help to disprove the notion of "time and chance".
Science, Evolutionists' Worst Enemy  Feb 11, 2006

Scott Huse has researched and recorded a finely written perusal questioning evolution and in support of creation.

His detailed analysis of so many aspects across the spectrum of scientific examination of the origin question is obviously infuriating to focus-challenged evolutionists.

Perhaps the most telling review is his Appendix A: Scientific Facts That Prove Evolution. The results? An empty page!

And, Mr. Huse's diligence in this work includes the flowering of eight additional appendices plus a Notes section and a Bibliography. And yes, an appendix that establishes the point that there are no facts in existance which support the theory of evolution is a supremely important and therefore qualified listing.

If evolution is true, proving Mr. Huse in error, why do proponents of Darwin get so worked up at these challenges. Surely, words will just randomly evolve themselves into a review to sparklingly refute so ordered and designed assaults.

In fact, this reviewer is dumbfounded that some monkey hasn't already defended Darwin with chance eloquence!

"...encounter the mind-stretching discoveries from cosmology, cellular biology, DNA research, astronomy, physics, and human consciousness that present astonishing evidence..." {From the back cover of 'The Case For A Creator,' by Lee Strobel, publisher: Zondervan, 2004.

TL Farley,
When Now Becomes Too Late,
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