snare&racket - I agree. I used to think books such as this were somehow provided from heaven - that a group of highly qualified men very seriously & honestly researched the material in a scholarly way under the direction of holy spirit. Later, I learned that the Creation book was basically written by Harry Peloyan, one old man at Bethel... not even a partaker (see http://www.jehovahs-witness.net/watchtower/beliefs/176069/1/Andersonsinfo-question-Who-wrote-them#.UzwE2qPD-ig). I also learned that it is dishonest and employs the practice of quote mining.
It seems that the same individual was responsible for the Trintiy brochure, also dishonest with lots of quote mining.
Interestingly, neither book is available anymore from Watchtower. The Trinity brochure has been removed from jw.org. They know those pubs are deceptive & dishonest; they got caught.
Why, if they have the truth, and the truth is so clear, plain, and simple, would they have to resort to underhanded tactics to make their points??? Why, if it's so obvious that the Trinity teaching is false, would they have to misquote, quote mine, etc. to show it's false? Why, if it's so readily apparent that there is a Creator and evolution is false, couldn't they have indicated that in the book without being deceptive, being dishonest, and employing quote mining?