The Lie: Evolution

by Ken Ham

Other authorsLuther Sunderland (Designer)
Paperback, 1987

Status

Available

Collection

DDC/MDS

239

Description

Revised & Expanded for this special 25th anniversary edition, Ken Ham once again takes the lead in pointing out the looming precipice too many church leaders are rushing towards: a denial of the full authority and accuracy of the Bible from its very first verse. In addition, Ken powerfully shows how the ideas of evolution and millions of years are driving young people away from the Christian faith, and provides solid, biblical solutions to turn things around. Published in 1987, this book took a bold stand that became prophetic. Ken warned the church about the destructive effects of compromise with evolutionary/millions of years ideas. He warned that compromise in Genesis would undermine Scriptural authority in the culture and erode confidence in the infallibility of God's Word. Today, Christians (and those considering the Christian faith) increasingly doubt the Bible's reliability. Compromising Genesis has led to a generational loss of an acceptance of the absolute authority of the Word of God, and leading to an exodus of young people from the church. Why Genesis remains critically important in presenting the Gospel. This slippery slope of reinterpreting Scripture to redefining biblical doctrine. Discover how handling of the biblical account of creation impacts understanding of all of Scripture and worldview. The issues are of critical importance when it is realized that today, Christians are not only confused when it comes to Genesis and the age of the earth, but now even the reality of Hell, Adam as a real person, and Christ's own words about creation, marriage, and more are debated in the pulpits across the world. One compromise just leads to another, and it has to end for those who want to leave a legacy of faith to future generations.… (more)

Publication

Master Books (1987), Edition: 6th Printing, 168 pages
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