Want to read about young-earth creationism, but don’t have a background in science? Looking for accessible guides to discussing human origins? Check out these studies from leading British scientists on the creation of the universe and human origins. Written in an informal and engaging style, the Day One Creation Points Series texts are informative introductions to topics in creation studies, easily readable by the non-scientist. Authors Colin Garner, J.H. John Peet, and Stuart Burgess use their expertise in science and engineering to engage today’s scientific findings, affirming the Genesis creation account and the divine origin of humans.
See the integral role of the first chapters of Genesis as the rest of Scripture unfolds, and better understand these chapters’ vital importance to fundamental doctrines. Explore the unique features of humans that point to their divine origin as recorded in the Bible, and discover how biblical creation explains the world in a way that is consistent with science. With these concise, readable introductions, the everyday reader is equipped to explore valuable arguments that use science to point towards the creator.
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- Offers accessible studies on creationism
- Discusses the divine origins of humans
- Explores the importance of the first chapters of Genesis to the rest of Scripture
- Creation and Evolution: Why It Matters What You Believe by Colin Garner
- Does the Bible Require a Belief in ‘Special Creation’? by J.H. John Peet
- In God’s Image: The Divine Origin of Humans by Stuart Burgess