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Six days : the age of the Earth and the decline of the church

Author: Ken Ham; Tim Chaffey; Brian Edwards; Terry Mortenson
Publisher: Green Forest, Ark. : Master Books, ©2013.
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The biggest mistake pastors make is compromising the gospel! Most pastors and Bible study leaders don’t do it knowingly, but it's happening in nearly all denominations. This inspiring book reveals that if we are going to believe the Bible as the source for understanding salvation, we also have to believe and trust what it says about WHY we need salvation (the origin of sin). The reason we need Jesus, and the first  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Ham; Tim Chaffey; Brian Edwards; Terry Mortenson
ISBN: 0890517894 9780890517895
OCLC Number: 840477855
Description: 256 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Shepherds leading the sheep astray --
Without its foundation, the church cannot stand --
What is science? --
Exegesis : what does God's Word say? --
The meaning of Yom --
Genesis 1 and millions of years --
Genesis and evolutionary ideas --
Was there a global flood? --
The necessity of a historical Adam --
Genesis : Scripture interprets Scripture --
Implications of accepting evolutionary ideas --
Epilogue : Returning to the authority of God's Word --
Appendix A : How should we interpret the Bible, particularly Genesis 1-11? / Tim Chaffey --
Appendix B : Why should we believe in the inerrancy of Scripture? / Brian Edwards --
Appendix C : Millions of years and the downfall of the Christian West / Dr. Terry Mortenson.
Responsibility: Ken Ham.

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The biggest mistake pastors make is compromising the gospel! Most pastors and Bible study leaders don’t do it knowingly, but it's happening in nearly all denominations. This inspiring book reveals that if we are going to believe the Bible as the source for understanding salvation, we also have to believe and trust what it says about WHY we need salvation (the origin of sin). The reason we need Jesus, and the first promise of our future salvation and restoration in Him, comes early in Genesis. In this dynamic book, learn how accepting the evolution-based belief that the universe is billions of years old unlocks the door of faith-shattering compromise. Heed the wake up call to return to the authority of God's Word. This cutting-edge message goes into detail on the word "yom" and even exposes pastors and other influencers who have compromised on the strategic "age of the earth" issue. Clearly reveals the destructive nature of old-earth beliefs on the core gospel/salvation message of scripture. Ken Ham, international speaker and best-selling author on biblical authority, examines how compromise starting in Genesis, particularly in regard to the six days of creation and the earth's age, have filtered down from professors to pastors - and finally to parents and their children. This faith-eroding legacy is seen in generations of young people leaving the church, rejecting the gospel, and ultimately Jesus Christ. Get the facts, discover God's truth, and help bring a new reformation to your family, and your church! - Publisher.

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