Discovered this new creationist book. Check out the description: 

"We have to face it, science has failed. Scientific investigation does not and cannot explain how the universe and all that is in it came into existence. And yet the testimony of prophets, poets, and philosophers seem to be in agreement that everything was created by a God much like the one described in the Bible. The testimonies of science, mythology, and Jesus himself are combined in one book to present to us the truth about The World That Then Was. The debate is finally put to rest as all sources are considered to prove that the Biblical Creation Account is the one true story of our existence."

From The World that then Was by Bill Seng (2013).

http://www.amazon.com/World-That-Then-Was-ebook/dp/B00DLTKFJI/ref=s...

Science failed, he says while typing his self-published book on his laptop and uploading it to Amazon all using science.

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We have to face it, science has failed. Scientific investigation does not and cannot explain how the universe and all that is in it came into existence.

Ridiculous. The big bang explains how the universe came into existence.

And yet the testimony of prophets, poets, and philosophers seem to be in agreement that everything was created by a God much like the one described in the Bible.

"God did it" is not an explanation. It's a miserable excuse for not having one.

Please. When has science ever produced any results we could observe, explain or test? God, on the other hand...

The Big Bang story -- everything started in an instant -- is so much like what those prophets, poets, and philosophers said. Only the god character is missing.

Yeah. I've always maintained that, although the theists complain that "science wants to take all the mystery out of the world," it is they, the theists, who absolutely must have an explanation even if it's that the universe was created by some guy they call God.

We may never know exactly how our universe came into being. In fact, we'll probably never get past the theoretical stage. But that's just fine with me.

There are altogether no supernatural phenomena, only supernatural interpretations of phenomena.

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