Genesis for Today: The Relevance of the Creation/Evolution Debate to Today's Society
Day One 2006
Professor McIntosh is a scientist who sees no contradiction between science and the events of creation in the book of Genesis. He believes that all Christian doctrine, directly or indirectly, has its basis in the literal events of the first eleven chapters of the Bible, and that these foundations of the faith have been undermined in the church by the fallible theories of evolution. This book argues for the complete accuracy of Genesis and the Bible. All fundamental Christian doctrine is found in Genesis 1–11. It provides key support in the creation/evolution debate and is written in such a way that non-scientists can understand it easily. The burden of Professor McIntosh is that creation is no periphery 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.
Praise for the Print Edition
I appreciate Andy McIntosh’s obvious love for the Bible and his conviction that God’s Word will always triumph over every falsehood. He shows in simple language why many of the evolutionists’ claims are demonstrably false. In the process, he allows the Word of God to speak plainly for itself. For those who have eyes to see, here is ample proof that God’s revealed truth is as trustworthy as ever—and infinitely more certain than every human speculation.
—John MacArthur, Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church, California
- Title: Genesis for Today: The Relevance of the Creation/Evolution Debate to Today's Society
- Author: Andy McIntosh
- Publisher: Day One Publications
- Publication Date: 2006
- Pages: 240
About Andy McIntosh
Andy McIntosh is professor of thermodynamics and combustion theory at the University of Leeds. He has had a career spanning thirty years of conducting scientific research in mathematics, combustion, and aeronautics both in academic and government establishments. He is married with three children, and speaks regularly both in the UK and abroad concerning the importance of origins.