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My pastor recommended this book to me after we had a discussion regarding the topic written within it. I really enjoyed reading it and I learned quite a bit from it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nicholas Combs
The book is like new and I am very satisfied with it. I gave it as a gift and he hasn't read it
yet, but he is looking forward to it.
One of the most interesting times I had in seminary was in Hebrew class. I had two great teachers, one of whom has his own grammar you should check out; the other proved to be very... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nate Claiborne
As with John Walton's book, "The Lost World of Genesis One", these authors present a strong case for understanding the Genesis creation account in its original context, drawing... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Photographer, Mac user
This book is an excellent analysis of how little we all (Science and Religion) really know about how God created. The main point is that He did it in His time and in His way. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jeremy Little MA C.E. DTS
In the Beginning our Great God had a lot of fun creating Earth. Our life span is less than a blink of God Eye, therein a book that helps understand the what-ifs of God written... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jack T.
The issue of old- v. young-earth creationism has had me tied up in knots for years. As I have noted in one of my personal blogs, the issue--and how I have been treated by major... Read morePublished 16 months ago by The Flash
Very interesting look at the book of Genesis. It gives you a different perspective regarding creation and how Genesis one should be interpreted.Published 16 months ago by sundiego
I've always h a d a problem limiting the eternal, timeless God to a 24 hour day. Thank you for encouraging believers to think.Published 17 months ago by Vicki R. Bollman