The True Account of Adam & Eve

The True Account of Adam & Eve

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Recounts the Biblical story of Adam, Eve, and the Garden of Eden, arguing for its literal truth, and explains why it led to the need for a savior in Jesus Christ.

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Every child learns of Adam and Eve in Sunday School, but recently it's become a big matter for debate within the church itself - the question of whether these individuals even existed in any context, let alone being tossed out of a beautiful garden called Eden. This search for historical Adam by seminary classrooms, local pulpits and science labs leaves mean confused. Without the reality of Adam and Eve, and while in Eden their Fall from sin creating our need for a Savior in the form of Jesus Christ, then God's biblical plan for the salvation of mankind is undermined and misunderstood.
Highlights the link between Genesis and the purpose of our Savior

Publisher: Green Forest, Ark. : Master Books, c2012
ISBN: 9780890516706
Characteristics: 56 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Looney, Bill


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Aug 21, 2016

This is supposed to be a book review and readers are to say something about the book they have read. This is not a platform to throw sites that disrespect the author's opinions.
There are many authors I disagree with, however I respect their positions. I want to truly practice tolerance and respect.

Jul 28, 2014

Thinks T. rex ate salad!
would the author be Mr. “Aliens are Doomed to Hell“ Ken Ham? . . . .
and . . .
December 12, 2014 That sinking feeling: “This Week in Religion: Kentucky Govt Finally Cuts Off Subsidies to Noah's Ark Museum”
and . . .
author entry in RationalWiki
“Neil deGrasse Tyson: Ken Ham’s beliefs are even crazy for Christians – The "Cosmos" host sounds off on the creationist movement, Answers in Genesis and its increasingly unhinged leader””
“Bill Nye Embarrasses Creationist Ken Ham in Epic Debate of Science vs. Creationism (VIDEO)”
and, unmistakably,
#166 in the Encyclopedia of American Loons
and even . . . .
“Pat Robertson implores creationist Ken Ham to shut up:
‘Let’s not make a joke of ourselves’”
and . . .
“Moron of the Month”
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