The Evolution Deceit

The Student British Medical Journal is an international monthly student journal published by the British Medical Association, which produces over twenty-seven specialty journals. In the June 2001 edition, its book review section carried an analysis of The Evolution Deceit. Some of the comments on this four-star book—rated by the reviewer, University of Manchester medical student Amina Rahman—read as follows:

“The Evolution Deceit completely explodes the myths surrounding the theory, with nothing but evidence-based scientific research and knowledge.”

“The rapid advancement of science in the last century has only served to give a better perception of the immensity of the problem of the origin of life on earth rather than to its solution. Thousands of scientists around the world, particularly in the United States and Europe, defy the theory of evolution and have published many books on its invalidity. This is just one of them.”

“There are beautiful illustrations of fossils and wildlife and photos of famous scientists.”

“There is a section at the end of the book that is mind blowing with its simple but phenomenal concepts.”

“It is a book for anyone genuinely interested in understanding how life came to be, but be prepared to approach the subject with an open mind.”
June 2001
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