Science and the Bible
This is an outstanding little volume that concisely dispels much of the alleged contention between modern science and the Bible. With only 128 pages of core material, it is a light read that argues effectively, presenting complex scientific concepts in an easy to understand distilled fashion. Many basic and general questions are addressed within a selected variety of scientific disciplines. One chapter is dedicated to the biblical account of the Flood, another to ancient history, and yet another to fulfilled prophecy. This is a concise volume that is helpful yet not extensive enough in breadth or depth for the serious researcher. It clearly argues not only against evolutionary dogma and uniformitarian presupposition, but specifically for a literal adherence to the Bible. It’s obvious aim is the veracity of Scripture.
Morris, Henry. Science and the Bible. Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 1986.