In the Beginning was Information: A Scientist Explains the Incredible Design in Nature
New Leaf Publishing Group, 2006 - 264 Seiten
Powerful evidence for the existence of a personal God! Information is the cornerstone of life, yet it is something people don't often think about. In his fascinating new book, In the Beginning Was Information, Dr. Werner Gitt helps the reader see how the very presence of information reveals a Designer: ¢¢Do we take for granted the presence of information that organizes every part of the human body, from hair color to the way internal organs work? ¢¢What is the origin of all our complicated data? ¢¢How is it that information in our ordered universe is organized and processed? Gitt explains the necessity of information - and more importantly, the need for an Organizer and Originator of that information. The huge amount of information present in just a small amount of DNA alone refutes the possibility of a non-intelligent beginning for life. It all points to a Being who not only organizes biological data, but also cares for the creation.
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Gitt tries arguing for the existence of God from information theory. Some of the book is really interesting, but some of the material presented schmecks of arbitrary pseudoscience. Vollständige Rezension lesen
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