In this remarkable exploration of faith, Dr. Henry Morris III pinpoints three cornerstones of the Christian faith - real events - which ultimately changed the course of human history. The enduring connection from the Creation, the Fall, and the Flood ultimately lead to Christ, and eventually the Cross, yet too many in the Church today read Genesis as mere allegory or metaphor. In refusing to acknowledge the Word of God as inerrant, man's theories supersede Scripture when there is conflict, sowing confusion and undermining faith in the accuracy of biblical history and the Bible itself. In The Big Three you will learn how Scripture negates the concept of theistic evolution, how saving faith exemplifies a belief in a special creation, and you will learn more about the confusion in academia today regarding the interpretation of Scripture. Allow Dr. Morris to deepen your spiritual understanding on this critical topic!
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Review 1 for The Big 3: Creation, the Fall, and the Flood--Major Events That Changed History Forever
Date:September 3, 2010
Great Book! Well written and shows the reason Bible believing followers of Christ need to accept the first 11 chapters of Genesis based on comparing Scripture with Scripture. Deals with creation from a doctrinal point of view more than evolutions (science theories) VS Creation.An easy read that sets the foundation fore the rest of the Bible!
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Review 2 for The Big 3: Creation, the Fall, and the Flood--Major Events That Changed History Forever
Date:March 31, 2010
This book is astounding! It emphasizes the argument that God created the universe and its contents in six twenty-four hour days. Even though I am a scientist and a Christian, I have no trouble believing this. I believe it because that is what the Bible clearly teaches. The book challenges you to think whether we can interpret the Genesis account of creation in ways other than literally without doing damage to the Gospel message. The answer to this is a resounding "No!" The Gospel of Jesus Christ is all about a creation that is drastically different from the original one. Dr. Morris is absolutely correct to argue that death could have never been a part of the original creation. However, any other reading of the Genesis account of creation must accept death as a normal aspect of the original creation. But how could death be a normal aspect of a creation that has been called "very good" by God? I believe that this argument is the thesis of this book, and Dr. Morris does an absolutely superb job expounding on this thesis. This book also argues correctly that if Jesus Christ came to undo the horror of death, then Jesus came to undo something that did not need undoing if Theistic Evolution is the true explanation of existence. I highly recommend this book to Christians who are uncertain about the true explanation behind the existence of the universe and its contents.