Author debunks and negates the popular theory of evolution

“The Myth About Evolution” by John Constantine Capleton is an engrossing read, giving a rational explanation of the universe’s origin.

At an early age, Capleton already had a fascination with creation and evolution. Through this book, he offers a scientific viewpoint on why God, an intelligent and omnipotent creator, is real. He believes that only God has the attributes to be the source of our existence. Further, he elaborates why the universe was planned and executed to manifest itself as an ordered system.

He also presents a detailed exploration on whether we have a real purpose here or not. In analyzing these, he attempts to determine which best fits how the world manifests itself and the possible source of its existence. He finds that there is nothing random about the order that people see and experience. He believes that order and randomness are mutually exclusive. The laws that control the material world are fixed and never change. Together, these generate universal order. These laws, he says, work to maintain harmony in the universe.

Well written and researched, “The Myth About Evolution” is recommended to skeptics, agnostics, and atheists alike. Capleton’s studies, observations, and experiences debunk the theory of evolution and will enlighten readers that there is indeed a higher power that guides us to maintain a spiritual order.

Author John Constantine Capleton was born in Oracabessa, a small town on the north coast of Jamaica. A retired engineer, Capleton had several hobbies and would switch from one to the other depending on his mood at any point in time. His hobbies included drawing, from an early age, which led to oil painting. He also made model cars, boats, and planes as a teenager. He also became interested in electronics, music, and woodworking. He now lives in Arizona with his wife. They have three daughters.
The Myth About Evolution
John Constantine Capleton
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