Ark House Press
No More Monkey Business is a stunning, up-to-date exposé of a theory that is in deep crisis. It presents a comprehensive examination of the overwhelming scientific evidence that now directly contradicts the theory of evolution, and it documents the complete abandonment of the theory by a growing number of the world’s leading scientists.
Aimed at the intelligent layperson, written with wit, and brimming with fascinating scientific evidence, this book highlights the huge problems now facing the naively simplistic theory proposed more than a century ago. The book also provides a theological study of the complete incompatibility of evolutionary theory with the Bible.
“The depth and scope of this research is truly breathtaking” – James Barclay
About the author:
Kevin Simington (B.Th. Dip. Min) is a theologian, apologist, speaker and author who has spent over 30 years in Christian ministry. His website, SmartFaith.net, and his Facebook page, “Reflections on Faith and Life”, provide rich insights for exploring theology, apologetics and ethics. His successful previous book, “Finding God When He Seems To Be Hiding” has received outstanding reviews.
Excellent argument for why evolution is an impossible cause for life on earth. This book is complicated to read if you don’t have a biology or healthcare background but the author does a great job explaining important facts in a way for anyone to understand. The demonstration of the complexity of just one human cell is a masterpiece of design. It would be next to impossible to walk away from this book without this information impacting the way you look at creation vs evolution. This book is an excellent addition to my growing library of creationism vs evolution. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone interested in looking at the complexity of life and how evolution is presented as a societal and scientifically ingrained fact when in truth evolution is a theory only. This author produces a valid argument for creationism.
Laurie Ann Dettrich
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