To Gulliano Thode Re books for new course

Mon Feb 21 12:04:43 EST 1994

Genetics DepartmentFaculty of Sciences University of Malaga (SPAIN)

Re: books for your new course.

No course would be complete without examining the underlying paradigms. 
HereÕs a few excellent books that help see beyond the evolutionary

ÒOf Pandas And People: The Central Question of Biological OriginsÓ by Davis
and Kenyon; Haughton Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas. 1989.   Excellent
introductory text.

"The Natural Limits of Biological Change" by Lane P. Lester and Raymond G.
Bohlin, Zondervan Publishers, 1984.  For more information on obtaining a
copy, contact Ray Bohlin at Probe Ministries, in either Richardson or
Dallas, Texas.

"The Mystery of Life's Origin: Reassessing Current Theories" by Charles B.
Thaxton, Walter L. Bradley, and Roger L. Olsen, published by Philosophical
Library, 200 West 57th St. New York, N.Y. 10019,  1984.

PS: I lost your original posting, so hope this new one gets to you.

John Hail

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