New. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. Audience: General/trade. Arthur Ernest Wilder-Smith (1915-1995) was an organic-chemist, humanitarian, lecturer and an author on young earth creationism. He also wrote books such as Is This a God of Love? , Man's Origin, Man's Destiny: A Critical Survey of the Principles of Evolution and Christianity, The Creation of Life: A Cybernetic Approach to Evolution, He Who Thinks Has to Believe, and The Natural Sciences Know Nothing of Evolution. He wrote in the first chapter of this 1980 book, "This man's ideas reflect the questions many people are asking today. If God is God. Why then does He not bring all this chaos to a halt. and the deception, injustice, misery, and disease in the world? If He loves us, as the Bible affirms, why does He not end all misery and produce order? He would no longer be God if He were not almighty, and if He is not that, why should we bother about Him? It is the concurrent existence of evil and good that has produced many atheists like the professor we previously quoted
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