Genesis,Science and History : A Faith-Building Look at the Opening Chapters of Genesis
This is a faith-building and eye-opening exploration of the scientific and literary themes in the opening chapters of the Bible. With attention to everything from theories about the age of the earth to the extent of Noah's flood, there is something for everyone in this readable, informative look at Genesis 1-11. The author attempts to show science and the Bible ned not be pitted against one another in the minds of sincere, informed believers.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 139.7 x 213.36 x 20.32mm | 317.51g
- 06 Jan 2005
- Discipleship Publications
- Waltham, United States
About Douglas A. Jacoby
Douglas Jacoby, B.A., M.T.S., D.Min., is a graduate of Duke University and Harvard Divinity School. He has also attended Oxford University and the University of London. Specializing in the area of Christian evidences, he has spoken at conferences, universities and churches in dozens of nations throughout the world. He and his family live in Athens, Georgia, which is the home base for his international teaching ministry and the Athens Institute of Ministry that he co-leads. He is the author of several books.