Finally, someone who allows science to answer those nagging questions left by the incomplete, narrow-minded evolution-only viewpoint! As a product of public education, I often came out of science classes wondering why the conclusions drawn by evolutionists left me with more questions than answers. Now I see it's that those teachers weren't willing to suspend their disbelief in the possibility of intelligent design long enough to consider that their dogmatic belief in chance was obscuring science itself. Del Tackett poses those tough questions to real scientists who are willing to consider all of the facts from a truly scientific viewpoint, ruling out what doesn't make sense based on empirical evidence and probability. This is such a refreshing, eye-opening exposition of how science not only supports a young earth theory, but also exposes evolution as a theory based more on faith than facts.