This 25th-anniversary edition of Ken Ham's The Lie
has been revised and expanded to add modern examples and bring the book up to the moment, while keeping the basic arguments of biblical truth just as strong as they were before. Warning readers that compromising Genesis has led to an irrelevant gospel-- and why it remains critically important for all Gospel messages--The Lie
will give you an understanding of how and why creationism impacts your worldview and the worldview of those you're trying to reach. Linking an overall decline in conservative values to an old-earth, evolutionary model, The Lie
follows a presuppositional apologetics model that casts evolution as "a religion that enables people to writing their own rules.the so-called scientific justification in today's world for people to continue in this rebellion against God."
Three new appendices details the argument of evolution v. God's word, explain the shift to evolution as a symptom of the "disease" of millions of years, and addition information on "compromise positions." 236 pages, softcover.