Kimberling City, Mo. (PRWEB) April 02, 2014
Authors Jo Schermerhorn-Rorex and Evelyn Cole-Stuck team up to present fresh perspectives on the theories of origin. In their collaborative work titled “Evolution:” Where is the proof?, they unravel a contrasting study of the evolutionary process to provide the readers with new knowledge and insight on the beginning of life.
This provocative book reveals the presumption of evolution theorists that life originated in a lifeless “soup,” when some unknown force struck a bit of lifeless matter, which suddenly sprang to life – a belief that Rorex and Stuck firmly question. In “Evolution:” Where is the proof?, they challenge the theory of evolution using modern medical knowledge and 21st century scientific discoveries as a means for discussion. This book also cites the flaws of this concept’s claim by presenting that no shred of evidence has ever been discovered to validate this theory. Supporting their declaration, they enumerate scientific principles proving that nothing can instantaneously come out from “somewhere.”
In “Evolution:” Where is the proof?, the authors have written an intriguing and simultaneously informative book that provides new insights for every curious mind with the hope to satisfy, although not fully, the question of how and where life originated.
“Evolution:” Where is the proof?, will be featured at the 2014 Texas Library Association Book Exhibit in San Antonio, TX, which will run April 8 - 11, 2014. For more information, log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
EVOLUTION * by Jo Schermerhorn-Rorex and Evelyn Cole-Stuck
Where is the proof?
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