Using a systematic approach, David Michael Lindsey reestablishes Christianity at the center of the workings of theuniverse as he examines scientific theories and theorists from the ancient Greeks through the modern age.
The first chapter focuses on man's search for wisdom and truth through his formulation of various philosophies, especially humanism, in which man replaces Christ in importance. Chapter two outlines the eight fallacies of Darwinism and explains the shortcomings of evolution. In the third chapter, Mr. Lindsey takes aim at the pseudoscience of psychology, with special attention to the atheistic ideas of Freud and Jung. The final chapter presents biblical archaeology, apparitions, and miracles as alternatives to godless science.