GROVE CITY, Pa. (PRWEB) May 25, 2016
When author Ralph E. Carlson attended a conference on creationism, intelligent design and evolution at Grove City College, he became fascinated and read about a dozen different books on the topics. In doing so, he says he discovered a logical error in the evolutionist’s proof that evolution was a proven scientific fact. Carlson shares his findings in his first book, “Truth and Consequences” (published by iUniverse), for which he is launching a new marketing campaign.
“Two questions have fascinated humankind for thousands of years: Does God exist? And what is the source of life on earth, and in particular, human life? These questions have been transformed into statements that are either true or false, and consequences of their respective truth values are being analyzed,” Carlson says. “Everyone must address the question about the existence of God at some point in their life. How a person answers this question not only affects what happens to them when they die, but it has an enormous impact on their life on earth.”
Carlson explains that his approach in the book involves the consequences of the truth values of statements about evolution and creationism, which is “very different from what one normally finds in Christian literature.”
“Truth and Consequences”
By Ralph E. Carlson
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781491773185
E-Book | 108 pages | ISBN 9781491773192
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ralph E. Carlson has a bachelor’s degree in metallurgy and a master’s and doctorate in mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh. He has been employed by Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Grove City College. Now retired, he and his wife, Kay, have three adult children. More information is available at http://www.carlsonbook.com.
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