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Creation World View Book Released
A Review of "Unlocking The Mysteries of Creation," by Dennis Petersen
by Tom Ish, editor of Creation Illustrated Magazine
After three years of hard work researching, writing, designing, and calling upon the expertise of others, the expanded third edition of "Unlocking the Mysteries of Creation: The Explorer's Guide to the Awesome Works of God" by Dennis R. Petersen, is finally off the press and ready to be a Bible-based world-view centerpiece in every home and library.
"Tornado in a Junkyard is a unique presentation of the scientific case against Darwinism, informally written for laymen. If you are looking for a user-friendly explanation of the facts supporting creation, this book is for you."
-Dr. Emmet L. Williams, President, Creation Research Society.
The Long War Against God
by Henry Morris
In this comprehensive look at the history and impact of the creation/evolution conflict, Dr. Morris documents the toxic impact of evolution on all fields of study and in all areas of human life. He is emphatic that evolutionism needs to be countered-not accomodated-by Christians.
Joe Taylor's book, now in a revised Second Edition, FOSSIL FACTS & FANTASIES is a STUNNING PICTORIAL
where Joe brings his most interesting specimens to life. Whether you are
interested in trilobites, dinosaurs, saber-toothed tigers, or giant fossil
humans, this book is sure to pique your curiosity. Yet this work is
thoroughly committed to the Creator and to the Biblical truths of the young
earth and global Flood of Noah.
by Ethel Nelson, Richard Broadberry and Ginger Tong Chock
Available from many sources.
Chinese versions available Simplified Characters (Mainland China) Classic Characters (Taiwan, Hong Kong and most overseas Chinese) from Richard Broadberry who also has English versions available.
This is part of a series of books on the relationship of written Chinese Characters to Biblical concepts. For instance the character for "righteousness" is "a lamb" over "me." To disqualify the standard explanation that this merely means taking on the characteristics of a lamb, the "me" is holding a spear. That train of thought would sound like hypocrisy and the Chinese are far more sophisticated than that. The simplest explanation would be that the sacrificial system, instituted by God in Genesis, was known to them.
A garden has four rivers flowing out from the center. Remember the four streams of Eden? Covetousness is a woman between two trees. That should not be a hard one. The character for a ship is a vessel with eight persons aboard. Hmmm, sure sounds like Noah and company.
And the Emperor of China, until the Empire was ended in 1911, offered a sacrifice at the Temple of Heaven for his own sins and the sins of his people, at which time he humbled himself before the Emperor of Heaven.
What is the explanation? The knowledge of the beginnings, known to the early descendents of Noah, was passed down the generations and carried to all parts of the world at the dispursion following the tower of Babel. When the Chinese developed their pictographs, they tied the concepts to familiar stories -- Bible stories, we would say, although this predated the Hebrew Scripture and occurred thousands of miles away.
This book gives an entirely new avenue of confirmation to the Biblical record. And, for the Chinese, shows that their revered ancestors knew the truth. The God of the Bible is the God of THEIR Fathers, too and remnants of His worship, although without full understanding, remained until recent times.
Reviewed by Ross Olson
Mystery of the Effigy Mounds
by Russ McGlenn Review The Adventure Safaris Creation Science Dinosaur Dig Workbook
by Russ McGlenn Review Design Vs. Chaos, A New Model of the Atom Based on Classical Science and a Biblical World View, 2000