Category Archives: Charles Darwin

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Now I See by Buddy Helms – CreateSpace Publishing (2011)

In the pages of Now I See, Buddy Helms (author of Mike’s New Reality) gives us a science fiction tale about a man separated from his family by a scientific project with potentially world shaking implications. Through his experiments in time travel and

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Now I See by Buddy Helms – CreateSpace Publishing (2011)

In the pages of Now I See, Buddy Helms (author of Mike’s New Reality) gives us a science fiction tale about a man separated from his family by a scientific project with potentially world shaking implications. Through his experiments in time travel and

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Mike’s New Reality: An Adventure in Faith by Buddy Helms – Tate Publishing (2011)

I thoroughly enjoyed Mike’s New Reality! The characters are likable and realistic. The novel’s drama is pulled from the real-world conflict the Bible-affirming Christian often encounters over dissent from Darwin. The basic premise of Buddy Helms’ novel is simple: The protagonist,

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Mike’s New Reality: An Adventure in Faith by Buddy Helms – Tate Publishing (2011)

I thoroughly enjoyed Mike’s New Reality! The characters are likable and realistic. The novel’s drama is pulled from the real-world conflict the Bible-affirming Christian often encounters over dissent from Darwin. The basic premise of Buddy Helms’ novel is simple: The protagonist,

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Secrets of the Sixth Edition: Darwin Discredits His Own Theory by Randall Hedtke – Master Books [1983, 2010]

Randall Hedtke makes a convincing case in this book for the probable cause of Charles Darwin’s little publicized neuropsychosis. He notes that Darwin’s symptoms began with the first publication of the Origins [1859], continued through its many versions and conspicuously

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Secrets of the Sixth Edition: Darwin Discredits His Own Theory by Randall Hedtke – Master Books [1983, 2010]

Randall Hedtke makes a convincing case in this book for the probable cause of Charles Darwin’s little publicized neuropsychosis. He notes that Darwin’s symptoms began with the first publication of the Origins [1859], continued through its many versions and conspicuously