Bob Knight Barsch


Bob Knight Barsch was born 23 November 1941 in Brady, central Texas. He grew up there and in Karnes County, south Texas. He has a B.S. degree in Wildlife Management from Texas A&M University and an M.S. degree in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Arizona. Bob is retired after working thirty-three years in the field of wildlife biology and management with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Arizona Game and Fish Department. He is the author of numerous popular essays, a number of which appeared in his first book Hunting and Gathering. He has received awards from sporting and professional organizations for outstanding contributions to the management of wildlife resources. The author continues to find investigations of controversial subjects a fun and fruitful hobby.


Pesky Details: Essays for "Left Brain" Christians
Price: Free! Words: 122,830. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2015. Categories: Essay » Literature
Truth is in the details. This collection of essays addresses in detail uncomfortable, controversial subjects: the mix of culture and religion, scientific determinism, the existence of an absolute ethic, the necessity of free will, the origins of homosexuality, errors in radiometric dating, and the death of Darwinian gradualism. What a surprise it is to find the current worldview to be in error.

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