Little Black Books: Science and God (ebook: .epub or Kindle .mobi files)

  • Scott Petty
  • 29 October 2012

As Christians, do we have to choose between believing in science and believing in God? And aren't we just a little bit foolish to believe in God these days?

In his usual snappy style, Scott Petty faces these difficult questions head-on, covering important topics like the Big Bang, Genesis and the beginnings of human life, evolution, design versus cosmic accident, and—most importantly—the evidence for God.

Like all the Little Black Books, this is a fun read and gets straight to the point.

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Why you don’t need to pick a team
  • Chapter 2: Big Bang or big God?
  • Chapter 3: Dramatic design or a risky existence?
  • Chapter 4: Evolution or evil-ution?
  • Chapter 5: God and the evidence
  • Chapter 6: Q&A
  • Endnotes

About Little Black Books

A series of books that get straight to the point on the topics that Christians always have questions about. Not too big, not too fancy, and not at all boring. LBBs are ideal for young Christians (ages 14-20+), but speak biblical truths applicable to any age range.

About the Author

Scott is the youth minister at Christ Church St Ives in Sydney, and loves the tricky questions young people ask about the Christian journey. He also loves his beautiful wife, Carolyn, his three energetic sons, racing bicycles, Italian coffee, food in general, rock‘n’roll and Apple computers, probably in that order.