Improbable Planet: How the Earth Became Humanity’s Home by Hugh Ross (PhD, University of Toronto) is a science-based book that provides evidence for intelligent design in the universe. Besides presenting the case for a Creator, the book also talks about many intriguing scientific topics, such as habitable zones, carbon dating, and the optimal supernova moment. Fans of astronomy may enjoy reading about the book’s various interstellar topics, including the Kuiper Belt and Jupiter’s Trojan Asteroids, and those who enjoy paleontology may like the chapter that discusses the Permian-Triassic Mass Extinction, Triassic-Jurassic Mass Extinction, and so on. Even if a reader does not agree with everything from this book, Improbable Planet does serve as a good resource in the Creationism debate; after reading Ross’ book, debaters will be armed with a good deal of information.
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