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The Adam Quest

The Adam Quest Eleven Scientists Who Held on to a Strong Faith While Wrestling with the Mystery of Human Origins

By Tim Stafford
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.85 Stars

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On 8/17 Heather wrote: This book came out in 2014 and I am a bit tardy in getting the review posted.The Adam Quest is a collection of view points from 11 scientists, representing young earth creationists, intelligent design proponents, and theistic evolutionists.There was great potential for this book. Although the information ... The Adam Quest

Heather's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/28 Derek Allen wrote: Tim Stafford interviewed eleven scientists “who held on to a strong faith faith while wrestling with the mystery of human origins.” In the book, he shared the story of each ones struggle and position on this controversial topic. These authors fell into three categories: Young Earth Creationists, ... Book Review: The Adam Quest

Derek Allen's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/26 John Nielsen wrote: MY TAKE: Did you ever wonder what goes on inside the mind of today’s leading edge Christian scientists? Do you love a good story, enjoy biography, and find yourself mesmerized by the way God speaks to people differently? Then The Adam Quest is a book for you. Author Tim Stafford, senior writer ... The Adam Quest

John's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/8 Jeremy Riley wrote: There are scientific books that claim to have all the answers and there are theological works that try to define the mysteries of God with great clarity. Rare are the books that combine an accessible entry point for a layperson into the realms of both science and faith. Tim Stafford’s “The Adam ... How You Can Love Both God And Science: Review of The Adam Quest - See more at: http://jeremydriley.com/how-you-can-love-both-god-and-science-review-of-the-adam-quest/#sthash.hRYwrwu2.dpuf

Jeremy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/7 Steve Wright wrote: Two subjects that seem to not go hand in hand in a positive way do so in The Adam Quest. The tone of the book is positive one, and not negative. Tim highlights eleven scientists that embrace science, along with their faith as equally important. The Creation and the evolution debated are highlighted throughout ... Worth A Look

Steve's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/5 Michael Lee wrote: How did we get here?  I don't mean to this particular page.  But how did we get "here"?  How did our parents parents parents....parents parents get here?  Did we appear suddenly when God spoke the word, bringing life into existence, causing life to give birth to life (biogenesis)? ... "The Adam Quest", by Tim Stafford (book review)

Michael's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/4 Beth Jones wrote: The Adam Quest is a book designed to help answer the question "Are science and religion mutually exclusive?" This book promises to be an exploration of different scientific beliefs and how scientists basically come to terms with their religion and their faith. If you're looking for a breakdown of different ... Interesting

Beth's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/2 Nate Claiborne wrote: When Stafford then explains why his sympathies ultimately lie with evolutionary creationism, the overall structural nature of the book makes more sense. As you can see from the above outline, we move progressively through the book from strong young earth creationism, on to intelligent design, and then ... The Adam Quest

Nate Claiborne's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/31 Carole Ledbetter wrote: Where did we come from? How did it all begin? Was there a “real” Adam and Eve? How can we reconcile science with the Bible? Can we? Many Christian believers have struggled with these questions. Tim Stafford interviewed eleven of them and reports his conversations in this excellent book, The Adam ... Discussions of science and faith often become the "elephant in the room."

Carole's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/25 Michael Fletcher wrote: The recent debate between Creationist Ken Ham and Bill Nye, the Science Guy garnered a lot of attention, but probably changed no minds when it comes to the debate between Creationism and Evolution. But Tim Stafford has taken a different approach in "The Adam Quest." Stafford interviews and gives profiles ... Creation and Science don't contradict each other

Michael's Rating:

4 Stars