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Genesis for today : the relevance of the creation/evolution debate to today's society / by Andy McIntosh.

By: McIntosh, Andy [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Creation points: Publisher: Leominster, UK : Day One Publications, 2014Copyright date: 2014Edition: Fifth edition.Description: 234 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9781846252402 (paperback).Subject(s): Bible. -- Genesis 1-11 -- -- Commentaries | Bible and evolution | Creation | Added to GBC Library 9 April 2017 | Back HallSummary: This book argues from the complete accuracy of Genesis and the Bible. All fundamental Christian doctrine is found in embryo in Genesis 1-11. It provides key support in the creation/evolution debate and written in such a way that the non scientist can understand it easily. The burden of Professor McIntosh is that Creation is no peripheral issue. True revival of Christianity in the decadent West today will never be known unless we get back to believing God's Word from the very beginning.--Back cover.
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This book argues from the complete accuracy of Genesis and the Bible. All fundamental Christian doctrine is found in embryo in Genesis 1-11. It provides key support in the creation/evolution debate and written in such a way that the non scientist can understand it easily. The burden of Professor McIntosh is that Creation is no peripheral issue. True revival of Christianity in the decadent West today will never be known unless we get back to believing God's Word from the very beginning.--Back cover.

Added to GBC Library 9 April 2017.

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