Review: The Battle for the Beginning: The Bible on Creation and the Fall of Adam

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Note: I am posting this review on the eve of #questionevolutionday taking place on February 12th.  This is where Christians using that hashtag share contents on apologetics, Creationism, the problem of evolution, etc, on social media, and I’ve seen it being active on Facebook and Twitter.  It is organized by my dear friend Cowboy Bob Sorensen who blogs here and I encourage you

The Battle for the Beginning MacArthur

John MacArthur. The Battle for the Beginning: The Bible on Creation and the Fall of Adam.  Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishing Company, June 4, 2001.  240 pp.

4 out of 5

Purchase: Amazon

What does the first three chapters of Genesis have to say about the world we live in?  In this book by Pastor and Teacher John MacArthur we have an exposition of Genesis 1-3 covering largely the topic of God’s creation of the world and also how sin entered the world.  This was adapted from…

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Posted on February 11, 2022, in Miscellaneous. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Clyde, I didn’t know tomorrow is Question Evolution Day. I have been working on a piece on that very subject, which I was planning on posting sometime in the future. I guess that “sometime” will be this afternoon. Thanks for your help! 😉

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  2. Thanks Clyde for reblogging this and giving the direct link to GTY

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