Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb
A new nonfiction book for Latter Day Saints By Jonathan Whitcomb, of Murray, Utah, One LDS Perspective on Evolution  should be published before the end of April, 2018. For now, consider his other nonfiction books, including these: 1. Searching for Ropens and Finding God (fourth edition) 2. Live Pterosaurs in America (third edition) 3. Modern Pterosaurs (published in 2017) Quoting David Berlinski “Before you can ask is Darwinian Theory correct or not, you have to ask the preliminary question, ‘Is it clear enough so that it could be correct?’ That's a very different question. One of my prevailing doctrines about Darwinian Theory is: man that thing is just a mess. It's like looking into a room full of smoke.” (from the documentary film No Intelligence Allowed)
copyright 2018 Jonathan Whitcomb
One LDS Perspective on Evolution
(The cover for One LDS Perspective on Evolution has not yet been designed.) The book will be especially for Mormons and written to be easily understood by non-scientists, dealing with religion, science, and cryptozoology. It will include a simple explanation of the “Evolutionary Boundary” experiment and an introduction to living-pterosaur investigations.
“This is written, by an everyday member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to assist in solving a common problem faced by Mormons: how to deal with worldly ideas about naturalism, in particular evolution. It illustrates, in addition, the importance of both activity in our Church and in actively working with many other Christians who support principles and beliefs in harmony with those that we uphold.” (from the preliminary version of the title page of One LDS Perspective on Evolution) “I thank my Christian associates who've done so much to promote faith in Christ. What a privilege it has been to work with them for so many years in discovering truth!” (Jonathan Whitcomb, from the copyright page of this nonfiction book)
The author on his expedition on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea
One LDS Perspective on Evolution
Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb
A new nonfiction book for Latter Day Saints By Jonathan Whitcomb, of Murray, Utah, One LDS Perspective on Evolution  should be published by the end of April, 2018. Until then, consider his other nonfiction books, including these: 1. Searching for Ropens and Finding God (fourth edition) 2. Live Pterosaurs in America (third edition) 3. Modern Pterosaurs (published in 2017) Quoting David Berlinski “Before you can ask is Darwinian Theory correct or not, you have to ask the preliminary question, ‘Is it clear enough so that it could be correct?’ That's a very different question. One of my prevailing doctrines about Darwinian Theory is: man that thing is just a mess. It's like looking into a room full of smoke.” (from the documentary film No Intelligence Allowed)
(The cover for One LDS Perspective on Evolution has not yet been designed.) The book will be especially for Mormons and written to be easily understood by non-scientists, dealing with religion, science, and cryptozoology. It will include a simple explanation of the “Evolutionary Boundary” experiment and an introduction to living-pterosaur investigations.
copyright 2018 Jonathan Whitcomb
“This is written, by an everyday member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to assist in solving a common problem faced by Mormons: how to deal with worldly ideas about naturalism, in particular evolution. It illustrates, in addition, the importance of both activity in our Church and in actively working with many other Christians who support principles and beliefs in harmony with those that we uphold.” (from the preliminary version of the title page of One LDS Perspective on Evolution) “I thank my Christian associates who've done so much to promote faith in Christ. What a privilege it has been to work with them for so many years in discovering truth!” (Jonathan Whitcomb, from the copyright page of this nonfiction book)
The author on his expedition on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea
One LDS Perspective on Evolution
Email contact form for Jonathan Whitcomb
A new nonfiction book for Latter Day Saints By Jonathan Whitcomb, of Murray, Utah, One LDS Perspective on Evolution should be published by the end of April, 2018. Until then, consider his other nonfiction books, including these: 1. Searching for Ropens and Finding God (fourth edition) 2. Live Pterosaurs in America (third edition) 3. Modern Pterosaurs (published in 2017) Quoting David Berlinski “Before you can ask is Darwinian Theory correct or not, you have to ask the preliminary question, ‘Is it clear enough so that it could be correct?’ That's a very different question. One of my prevailing doctrines about Darwinian Theory is: man that thing is just a mess. It's like looking into a room full of smoke.” (from the documentary film No Intelligence Allowed)
(The cover for One LDS Perspective on Evolution has not yet been designed.) The book will be especially for Mormons and written to be easily understood by non-scientists, dealing with religion, science, and cryptozoology. It will include a simple explanation of the “Evolutionary Boundary” experiment and an introduction to living-pterosaur investigations.
copyright 2018 Jonathan Whitcomb
“This is written, by an everyday member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to assist in solving a common problem faced by Mormons: how to deal with worldly ideas about naturalism, in particular evolution. It illustrates, in addition, the importance of both activity in our  Church  and in  actively  working  with  many  other Christians who support principles and beliefs in harmony with those that we uphold.” (from the preliminary version of the title page of One LDS Perspective on Evolution) “I thank my Christian associates who've done so much to promote faith in Christ. What a privilege it has been to work with them for so many years in discovering truth!” (Jonathan Whitcomb, from copyright page of the book)
The author on his expedition on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea