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One of the most compelling and authoritative rebuttals of evolution today, Evolution Impossible shows listeners how fossils are evidence of extinction, not evolution; why mutations never produce new genetic information; how the lack of transitional fossils undermines secular timelines; and why living cells and new classes of organisms don't form by chance.

Using recent discoveries in genetics, biochemistry, geology, radiometric dating, and other scientific disciplines, Dr. Ashton explains chapter by chapter in straightforward language 12 compelling reasons why Darwin's theory of evolution is just a myth.

Taking the evidence refuting evolution to a new level with a wide-ranging analysis, this is a must-listen book for all students, Christian educators, scientists, and anyone eager to defend a biblical worldview.

©2017 Dr. John F. Ashton (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Frustrating

The author uses isolated and small samples to make blanket conclusions. He ignores several facts for convenience of supporting his argument.

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Evaluation is by chance / accidentally? No idea about evolution

Evaluation is by chance / accidentally? No idea about evolution.
Not even worth one star.
This is not a scientific study or evidence to support but full of nonsense.
Evaluation needs time to change. Dogs 🐕 and certain plants Broccoli 🥦 🌱 need human interaction so they are not natural selection.

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Where’s the Rebuttal?

This book from the onset simply asks for an open mind. It fascinates me that all of the negative reviews essentially say “hogwash”, but provide literally nothing in terms of a detailed rebuttal. These comments add nothing to the debate.

Having issues with this theory is fine (even applauded), but they should at least peruse other well-established books; Meyer, Behe and Denton come to mind.

Shallow rebuttals are a non-starter not only here, but with any debate.

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Why write a book like this at all?

This book will probably not appeal to anyone who is seriously interested in evolution arguments either for or against. The author shows scant knowledge of the subject matter and has no skills in argument and no appreciation or respect for basic logic.

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too short!

seriously, apart from the 2 titles you can get from Henry Morris on audible this is right up there with them as one of the best from its perspective yet to hit the audio shelves. books like this are the tip of the iceberg when it comes to dismantling the evolutionary narrative. new depths of complexity are plumbed monthly in the literature. my money's on the 4d nucleome project to finish the nails in the darwinian coffin. hopefully Dr Ashton or someone like him disseminates those in another volume. this one is well worth your time

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Eye Opening

I’ve read/listened to at least a dozen books on evolution v creationism and many of the compelling arguments presented here were new for me. Very informative and a quick listen. Well worth your time.

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Great Logic!

Very logical explanation for Creation! Love the clear explanations on why evolution can't happen!

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Awesome book!

Well worth it to read this and give it to anyone you know! Very well done.

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I'm not totally convinced, but . . .

I had never encountered most of the arguments presented in this book, but had become more uncomfortable with the claims of evolutionists as my faith in a Supreme Being became stronger. If all of this author's c!aims are true, we have been the victims of a huge and completely unforgivable fraud by "scientists" whom we trusted to tell us the truth.

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Wow! I'm really impressed!

Wow! I'm really impressed! This is a creationist challenge to Charles Darwin's theory of origin to species by natural selection. I think the science is good and it's very enlightening. I really enjoyed this book! It is very provocative, it really made me think. you don't hear this point of view very often.

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  • 03-29-17

The views of a past geology student .

An interesting and thought provoking book. Many of the statements coincide with my own thoughts. However the author reserves his rigour for his criticism of the established theories and relaxes when postulating his own.

A few observations :

Firstly he makes great play that no intermediate forms have been found. This may be expected as the fossil record is far from continuous and comprises mainly those existing at extinction events.

Secondly he considers only the argument that random events could not have created the complexity that we see. Surely other explanations are possible, and more likely,  besides the creator theory.

Third. I find it difficult to believe that fully formed complex organisms could suddenly appear whilst disbelieving that tiny DNA modifications are impossible.

Fourthly he seems to support the biblical account of creation whilst pouring scorn on the big bang theory. I have recently come to realise that the opening verses of Genesis describe the big bang very well.

Nevertheless it is worth reading if only for his insight and interpretation of  geological events.

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  • salman
  • 05-03-22

What a waste of time

It’s hard to believe that someone having a PhD in Epistemology and master in Chemistry can generate a piece of work that is not evidence based and doesn’t even follow any logical thinking either.

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  • 09-12-21

Fantastic Evidence Given

A great list of Evidence. Easy to understand. I recommend this to anyone interested in the topic

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  • Hank
  • 10-21-19

Great content ... but narration contrived

Lots of arguments disproving evolution. Mathematical , biological , statistical , biochemical, archeological , DNA , geographical etc... lots of angles tacking and questioning evolution ... very comprehensive ... lots of references to other resources to follow through on ... e.g. papers , books , websites and scientists working in the field challenging evolution. The straw man arguments and tactics of Darwinianians like Richard Dawkins unravel once you read this book. Highly recommend.