The Genesis Factor: Myths and Realities

by Ron J. Bigalke Jr.


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#2239 From fossil, geologic, and historic evidence, and more, The Genesis Factor reinforces the validity of the scriptural account of Creation, the Great Flood, and the Tower of Babel.

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#2239 Genesis is among the most controversial books of the Bible – facing increasing attacks on its credibility and its meaning within the modern Church as fashionable theories of intelligent design and progressive creationism gain support.  Compromising the literal interpretation of Scripture to reconcile faith instead with faulty scientific reasoning on the history of the earth, many within the Church are abandoning the very foundational truths of Christianity. Join Ron Bigalke Jr. and influential creationist leaders in discussing the myths and realities of Genesis. You will:

Unearth the historical roots of creationism in the Church – from the apostles Paul and John, to the Venerable Bede, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Francis Bacon, Galileo, James Ussher, Issac Newton, and others.

Learn of the 19th century controversy between leading geologist and the “scriptural geologists” in uncovering the foundation of the oft-contentious relationship of science to Christianity and the Scriptures.

Read the Scriptural interpretation that answer the questions regarding the length of a Creation week day.

Study point by point the recognized standards of writing history which Genesis 1-11 meet as literal history.

The Genesis Flood

The reader can be assured of the accuracy of the Word from its very first verse and the validity of this biblical world view. Contributors include: Terry Mortenson, Christopher Cone, Tas Walker, Eugene H. Merrill, Ron J. Bigalke Jr., Jonathan Henry, Larry Vardiman, and Donald DeYoung.

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Binding Paperback
Pages 254
ISBN 9780890514801
Author(s) Ron J. Bigalke Jr.
Publisher Master Books

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