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Join the author as he travels the globe—visiting dig sites and museums, conducting interviews with leading experts, and more—all to answer a simple question: “Can you prove evolution?”
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For most, the issue seems too complicated and time-consuming to really explore. But the issue is foundational—the answer directly impacts your worldview!
For over 30 years, Dr. Carl Werner was involved in a personal journey, searching for the truth. He traveled the globe—visiting dig sites and museums, conducting interviews with leading experts, and more—all to answer a simple question: “Can you prove evolution?” His discovery, presented in a unique and compelling format, takes you through both sides of the issue, and then reveals the remarkable and unmistakable truth. Over 500 color photos included!
“ What a fabulous book! Especially for the typical layperson who has seen ‘evolution’ hyped at popular museums and wondered just how to refute it. We have purchased four books already. They have made wonderful gifts for friends interested in simple, clear, and concise answers to some of the more common creation/evolution issues. The research, information, photographs, and content are professional and it is remarkable how certainly uncertain so many of the interviewees appear to be as they themselves try to defend their beliefs in evolution. This is a great book . . . for your own coffee table and/or as a very thoughtful gift to a friend. ”
“ Last winter I had the opportunity to meet Dr Carl Werner and his wife at the Creation Museum. He recommended his book, ‘Evolution the Grand Experiment’ as a supplement for home school parents. It is so wonderfully illustrated and easy to read that my 9 year old daughter became very intrigued with it. It captures the biblical basis for creation that makes it fun, and easy for school age children to understand science through creation. Thank you, Dr Werner. ”