The Book of Life

The Book of Life : Comparing Genesis to the Scientific Record

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Most people today consider Genesis a myth and not true history, including many Christians. Once considered "The Book of Life," God's own people now ignore His instructions to live their life in service to Him. When the church fails to live righteously, evil prevails and the world suffers. Is Genesis true history or just a Hebrew myth? If Genesis is false the entire Bible falls apart, Jesus was a false profit and Christianity is the greatest deception perpetrated on mankind. The author shows that the Hebrew scriptures, written thousands of years before modern science, contain both physical and scientific truths that prove they are not men's words, but God's. Examine the Bible's claim that it is the true Book of Life and contains God's specific plan for all creation. While the world continues on its path to a final destruction, God has a plan for the faithful; a plan that leads to true purpose and everlasting life. GET 20% DISCOUNT AT www.createspace.com/5404596 USE CODE #HLTYA3J9 FOR CHINESE VERSION GO TO https: //www.createspace.com/5389071show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 15mm | 481g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514705281
  • 9781514705285

About R N Hutchinson Jr

Richard N. Hutchinson, Jr. is a teacher at Northwest University in Xian, China, where he teaches environmental science, Western culture and English writing to Chinese university students. His educational background includes a bachelor of science in animal science from Montana State University and a master of education in science and secondary education from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He taught physics and chemistry at Marion High School in Arkansas before moving to China where he taught science and English in Chengdu and Xian. Hutchinson has ministered to diverse groups, including orphans in Romania, Cambodian youth and adults in prison. Hutchinson has been involved in the environment since his youth as a Boy Scout, and later as a Scoutmaster and adult leader. He's been an active supporter of many volunteer organizations, as a crew chief for Habitat for Humanity and for World Changers of Southern Baptist Missions. He also served in hurricane disaster relief in Homestead, Florida and the Mississippi coast, as well as earthquake relief in Chengdu, China. Hutchinson came to China in 2003 to work full-time as a teacher and self-supporting missionary. He is actively involved as a speaker on environmental issues in China. He spends his spare time playing basketball with students and hiking in the Qinling Mountains near Xian, where the endangered golden snub-nosed monkey and rare brown giant panda reside.show more