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Tornado in a Junkyard: The Relentless Myth of Darwinism

Tornado in a Junkyard
Tornado in a Junkyard
Item# BK-tor_jun


by James Perloff

Published 1999. Refuge Books, 321 page paperback

The author, a free-lance writer, is a former unbeliever who was drawn into atheism by evolution. Tornado in a Junkyard is a user friendly book that has a primary appeal to laymen. The first 16 chapters give a well-written account of the major scientific issues involved in the creation-evolution controversy. They will provide not only a worthy review for those already familiar with the subjects, but also an excellent introduction to the issues for those who are new to the conflict. Everyone will benefit from the last several chapters which deal with the Scopes trial a la Hollywood, the social consequences of Darwinism, and a look at accomplished creationists. The book ends with a unique gospel presentation geared toward the skeptic reader.


The Theory of Evolution is the leading atheistic explanation for the existence of life on Earth through purely random, natural processes. It is the theory that all the living things in the world have arisen from a single ancestral cell, which spontaneously formed from inorganic molecules.

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