Nullifying God

Evolution's End Game, A Scientist's Challenge

Christian - Non-Fiction
192 Pages
Reviewed on 03/17/2018
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Author Biography

Dr. Wilson is a retired research biologist and holds a PhD in Zoology with training in anatomy, physiology, and pathology. He spent much of his 33-year career in the pharmaceutical industry evaluating new drugs for certain infectious diseases and cancer. Bob has been married since 1964 to his beautiful wife, Lynn, and the couple has two children and four grandchildren. He has been a Christian for more than 40 years and has served as a Bible study leader as well as a group leader in a Teen Community Bible Study. Bob and Lynn live in Beaufort, NC.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite

Nullifying God: Evolution’s End Game by H. Robert Wilson, Ph. D. is a remarkably clarifying treatise on the non-science popularly known as the Theory of Evolution. Dr. Wilson argues his polemic from the perspective of a professional biologist who has spent much of his life studying evolution. His education, experience, and incontrovertible findings have led him to the inescapable conclusion that the lauded Theory of Evolution is both biologically and mathematically impossible. In Nullifying God, he presents his findings in an organized, logical manner that any intelligent being will have to acknowledge as being valid. He avoids expressing opinion, relying entirely upon known, accepted and proven biological facts.

As a book reviewer, I had a strong personal interest in this work. During my own career, I was a professional wildlife biologist. Throughout my career, even though I presumed to accept at face value what I was taught, there was always a nagging doubt as to how such things could be true. In fact, my own field observations of even minor day-to-day events in the existence of common wildlife species often contradicted what the self-anointed ‘experts’ claimed as fact. It became increasingly clear as my career progressed that there was a significant disconnect between what was being taught at college and university level, and what was so obviously observable in the field. Dr. Wilson’s vast storehouse of knowledge places him in a very strong position to point out some of the many discrepancies between theory and reality currently being foisted on schoolchildren throughout the world today under the guise of cutting-edge science.

Dr. Wilson is to be highly commended for his efforts to slay this sacred cow. Not unlike the once so-called “scientific” assurance that the sun rotated around the Earth, or the similar “scientific” proclamation that the Earth was flat, today’s cultic adherence to a belief that is both biologically and mathematically impossible will one day be recognized far and wide as just one more fable perpetrated by men who would be gods. Dr. Wilson goes beyond merely documenting his observations as to the unscientific nature of the Theory of Evolution; he boldly exposes what he believes to be the underlying reason behind the current insistence that it be unquestioningly accepted as truth: the secular necessity of eliminating “God” from the equation. In Nullifying God, Dr. Wilson presents a compelling debate in opposition to the notion that the average man is not sufficiently intelligent to recognize the smell emanating from certain so-called scientific circles today. Indeed, thinking men and women will find themselves fascinated by the author’s comprehensive discourse. Ironically, a belief in the Theory of Evolution requires greater faith than does a belief in our Creator God.