Paul G. Humber with foreword by Duane T. Gish.
Duane T. Gish, PhD, at the time Senior Vice President Emeritus of the Institute for Creation Research, wrote in the Foreword, “Paul Humber’s Evolution Exposed, is a book that should be possessed by everyone that is interested in the scientific and Biblical evidence for creation. It contains information that is not found in most, if any, other books defending the truth of God’s creation. He documents extensively the wide acceptance of racism by evolutionists, such as Charles Darwin, Ernst Haekel, Henry Fairfield Osborn, and others, and how this under girded the philosophy of Adolph Hitler. He cites the testimony of evolutionist Loren Eisley that ‘the leading tenets of Darwin’s work–the struggle for existence, variation, natural selection, and sexual selection–are all fully expressed in a paper written by creationist Edward Blyth in 1835′ … Chapter 8 of Evolution Exposed is a description of an extensive exchange of correspondence between Humber and (Richard) Dawkins … concerning the debate that took place between Dawkins and John Maynard Smith, and creationists A. L. Wilder-Smith and Edgar Andrews at the Oxford Union, February 14, 1986. … The fact that the creationists received 115 votes of 313 cast from those at Oxford University, who would be highly partisan due to steady indoctrination by Dawkins and others at Oxford, would have to be considered a considerable moral victory by Wilder-Smith and Andrews, whom Dawkins attempted to ridicule in his correspondence. … This exchange between Humber and Dawkins alone would be worth the price of the book. Many other chapters in Evolution Exposed, such as those on atheism and evolution, the Green River Shales, Islam and Creation, the age of creation, mathematical creation, and humanism’s faith in evolution, to name a few, will hold the reader’s attention, as Humber provides new insights while exploring many aspects of the creation/evolution debate, all written in an easily readable fashion. Throughout his book Humber expresses adoration and honor to the God of creation.” The Publisher was Pleasant Word, State of Washington.