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This book, the companion book for the Adult Bible Study Guides for first quarter of 2013, focuses on the first three chapters of genesis. The authoer says that all the rest of the Bible finds its meaning in the context these chapters provide. To understand God, ourselves and our world, we must understand these chapters. They explain not only how we came to exist, but why. ...more
Kindle Edition, 121 pages
Published September 19th 2012 by Pacific Press Publishing Association
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Peter
Jan 18, 2013 Peter rated it did not like it
Superb evidence . . . of how an otherwise intelligent person with a PhD can still be indoctrinated to believe nonsense. He actually does give a good collection of bible verses to support the stance of a six day creation. The author wisely states that logical contradictions and absurdities arise if a view other than young earth creation happened. He notes that science /evolution is incompatible with the genesis /bible "accounts". Alas he then makes the mistake of declaring origins as per genesis ...more
Jay Brand
Mar 25, 2016 Jay Brand rated it really liked it
Excellent overview of the Biblical account of the origin of life on earth. Provides compelling Biblical evidence from the rest of Scripture bearing witness to the historical truth of the first few chapters of Genesis. The gospel itself rests solidly on the theological foundation of creation, the fall, and God's plan of redemption. Demonstrates the inherent incompatibility between Biblical views of creation and naturalistic evolution; these views suffer from irreconcilable differences!
Mike
Jan 21, 2013 Mike rated it really liked it
Very good exposition of the reasons why a six day creation is essential for the doctrine of salvation and many other Christian teachings.
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