The Collapse of the Theory of Evolution in 20 Questions by Harun Yahya

The Collapse of the Theory of Evolution in 20 Questions

By Harun Yahya

  • Release Date: 2003-07-11
  • Genre: Life Sciences
Score: 1.5
From 19 Ratings
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The Theory of Evolution has been around for 150 years, and has had a great influence on the way people look at the world. This book considers the invalidity of the theory of evolution at a lay level. Evolutionists’ claims on certain matters are responded to with questions that are frequently asked, the meanings of which are not often understood. The answers provided in this book can be found in more scientific detail in other Harun Yahya books such as The Evolution Deceit, and Darwinism Refuted.


  • Beware this book is wrongly categorised - it is a Musllim religous document

    By TankJirl
    iTunes - this author is putting propoganda out in the wrong category. Please remove to the religious section.
  • Hmmm

    By Pelagicdream
    In many peoples opinion there are questions that evolution needs to answer regarding its scientific basis. But, regardless of whether one agrees with that statement or not, reviews that do little other than to suggest one lacks in intelligence if one sees that these problems exist, serve only to reinforce the author's argument of a deep ideological basis, below that of science, to evolution. The "self-evident" nature of evolution (akin to gravity etc.) seriously means nothing to this debate and if someone truly thinks that that's all they need to espouse, then their own belief structures probably lie closer in nature to that of the author than they might suppose (or be comfortable in acknowledging to themselves). Happily, at least one review attempts to discuss the validity of the book, but by simply suggesting cherry picking it still comes down to attacking the author and not the evidence he does present... And, if being up to date was a solution to the question, then one might wonder why some people place so much emphasis on a book that's 152 years old, setting forth a simplistic mechanism (Natural Selection) for an ideology (evolution) that traces its roots back to Aristotle's great chain of being from millennia ago. Imho, an interesting book that raises some good questions.
  • future titles from this author

    By AlmightyZarlak
    Harun Yahya - a debunking; Gravity is not real!, Harun Yahya - why breath? Harun Yahya - Vaccines are the devil's plaything, and many other great novels from this fabulous mind!!!!!!!!
  • What a joke!

    By Charles Dawkins
    It's amazing what kind of argument you can make when you choose the evidence to make your case with. Many of the "facts" in this book are out of date or just plain wrong. Scientific knowledge developers through the gradual adjustment of a theory based on whats observed, not preserved based on an shakable concept which will never be changed. I really wish religious idiots would stop trying to act scientific, they just don't get it.
  • Don't know what I expected...

    By TobesF
    A baseless, straw-man rant. Not an actual representation of science, more one man's very personal and ill-informed attack. Claims to the effect of "no scientific evidence", need to be made with a little more care. Plenty of evidence exists for the slow alteration of genes in populations. There's genetic similarity between species that closely mimics theorized evolution patterns - changes in the shapes and numbers of chromosomes (from species to species) can be tracked throughout evolutionary history to the events that caused them. I don't think evolution disproved God; I think it's likely that genesis reads more as an analogy of the history of the universe than with the exactness of an engineer's blueprint. The question is, does Genesis prove God to be simple? This book could have been much more interesting