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After Eden - Understanding Creation, the Curse, and the Cross
Henry Morris III
Understand why believing there was no death before Adam is fundamental to creation, the Curse, and Christ’s atonement on the Cross!
Challenges Christians to understand the spiritual and physical consequences of sin
A treatise and doctrinal stand against the dangerous teaching of “progressive creationism”
A clarion call for the Church to stand firm against false teachers and compromising doctrines
“SOLA SCRIPTURA!” was the cry of the Reformation. This book was written in response to the alarming trend of false teaching on the foundational doctrine of creation. As compromising theories like “progressive creationism” have grown in popularity, certain teachers have attempted to relegate the literal words of Genesis to a subordinate role to their more contemporary theories of origins.
Learn why it’s so dangerous to place natural revelation on an equal footing with written revelation as some have taught that nature is the “67th book of the Bible.” Know why believing that there was death, disease, and decay before Adam and Eve sinned taints a proper understanding of the blood atonement and Jesus’ death on the cross.
The Bible teaches that the wages of sin is death. Deny that death is the punishment for sin, and you deny the necessity of the Cross — disdain the worldwide judgment of the Flood, and you disdain the return of Christ to judge the world. After Eden steers Christians back to accurate biblical doctrines of creation, the Curse, and the Cross and exhorts the church to stand firm against distorted teachings.
Paperback, 216 pages.
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