Biblical Creationism: What Each Book of the Bible Teaches About Creation and the Flood
Critics of the doctrine of creation often attempt to marginalize the great truths of God's creative acts. The reality, however, is that creation is mentioned in each of the Bible's 66 books. This is one of the great ignored truths of the modern Church.
Far from being a trivial issue, or one that can be interpreted many different ways, God's record of creation displays a marvelous and clear consistency throughout. From the symphony of the creation week in Genesis, to the promise of a new heaven and a new earth in Revelation, the Bible speaks of a recent, six-day creation of the universe.
A respected scholar, the late Dr. Henry M. Morris spent over six decades studying God's Word, and his commentaries enriched the faith of many. In this remarkable book, Dr. Morris examines both the famous creation account in Genesis, as well as lesser-known references, such as Ezra and Colossians.
Biblical Creationismis a devastating response to the Bible's critics.
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11 Returning to the Land
12 Creation in the Synoptic Gospels
13 The Apostolic Witness and Creationism
14 Creation and the Fall in Pauls Epistles
15 Creation and the Flood in the General Epistles
16 The Beloved Disciple and Creation Evangelism
17 The Biblical Doctrine of Creation
Appendix A Creation in ExtraBiblical Writings
7 Creation in the Works of David and Solomon
8 Creation and the Major Prophets
9 The Minor Prophets before the Captivity
10 Memories of Creation in Exile
Appendix B Special Studies in Biblical Creationism
Appendix C Supplementary Studies by the Writer