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Michael Ebifegha’s 4Th: Refuting the Myth of Evolutionism and Exposing the Folly of Clergy Letters examines the shortcomings of evolution and aims to illuminate readers on God’s expressed truth as a creator. The author offers an argument that transcends the age-old debate between the opposing camps of faith and reason. Ebifegha explores an alleged wealth of evidence in the Holy Scriptures that questions the validity of creationist theories. He is also critical of the Clergy Letter Project, which he finds as a hard-sell attempt for the public to buy evolution despite its lack of consistent definition. He postulates that the clergy is viewing God based only on faith, thereby creating a boundary between creation and science. He proposes that this book is a guide for those who perceive religion and science as God’s way of communicating the same truth through different avenues.
It may sound as if Michael Ebifegha is proposing a deistic idea on the concept of the first cause, but biblical quotations pop up to support his arguments. He points to the limits of science as it only takes its validity from perceived outcomes, and then points to the vulnerability of the church as it currently rectifies its past mistakes, yielding to pressure from scientists to teach evolution in Sunday schools. The most interesting part is when Ebifegha proposes that the “separation of church and state” must be revised and it must become a “separation of worldviews and state.” This would allow individuals to exercise critical thinking and being left to perceive existence in their own way. This book offers a critical take on the limits of science. It deserves a wider audience, particularly in the scientific community, as it merits rebutting for any creationist who would care to try.