The world around us provides irrefutable evidence of our Creator, but when challenged, can you defend your faith? Do you have answers to your own questions or those of your family about faith, evolution, creation, and a biblical worldview? Get the important information you need in this compelling third book from the popularAnswersseries, and learn more about: Global warming, the existence of God, questions for evolutionists, human and chimp DNA, Kinds in Genesis, Mount St Helens and the Grand Canyon, cloning and stem cells, bacteria and viruses, issues of eugenics and abortion, the universe - young or old?, what Noah s Ark looked like...and much more. Learn how to be more effective in defense of scriptural authority and the truth of Genesis as literal history. Join Ken Ham and leading creation scientists like Dr. Jason Lisle, Dr. Andrew Snelling, Dr. Georgia Purdom, Dr. David Menton, Dr. Terry Mortenson, Dr. John Morris, Dr. Steve Austin, Dr. David DeWitt, Dr. Danny Faulkner, Dr. Joe Francis, and others as they provide simple and empowering answers to these and other popular questions of faith in our culture today. Other exciting books available in the best-selling series:The New Answers Book 1,andThe New Answers Book 2,with over 50 additional questions and answers.
This is the third in a series of creationist answers to scientific and religious questions about origins (see Book 1 and Book 2), and by now the format feels old and repetitive. It is time for Answers in Genesis to consolidate the latest material into a single explanatory treatise that takes a systematic and logical approach to the topic. Logic, by the way, is one of the most interesting key markers in the argument in support of the creationist position (see questions … more
"The New Answers Book 3" is a collection of 38 articles written by 24 people on topics related to the Bible, mostly covering questions that critics of the Bible and of biblical accuracy would ask. This book teaches Christians how to more effectively argue for the accuracy of the Bible. Each chapter was an article that covered a different topic. Some of these topics overlapped a bit, so some foundational information was briefly repeated by several authors in their … more