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Henry M. Morris III
Paperback / $3.00 / 45 pages
The author offers five reasons why belief in a recent creation is not only feasible, but also vital to a true understanding of God’s Word. The discussion includes: nature of the Biblical message, evidence from nature, God’s character and God’s purpose in creation. Suitable for interested adults.
John H. Parker
Hardcover / $13.00 / 112 pages / full colour
This exciting travelogue, with first hand descriptions and beautiful photographs, presents the stories behind many beloved British hymns. Find out not only who the writers were, but when and why they made their inspiring contributions. Recommended for most ages. Includes free CD.
Paperback / $12.00 / 256 pages
As a result of his examination of ancient European accounts and a table of nations, the author contends that European history can be traced through the descendants of Japheth back to the flood. As a preface to this discussion he also examines the attitudes of the ancients to the issue of origins.
Ted Bacher, Susan and Ken Wales
Hardcover / $15.00 / 140 pages / full colour
Richly illustrated, this new book is part history and part personal account about the making of the film “Amaziing Grace”. This book celebrates the efforts of William Wilberforce, who worked tirelessly to bring about the abolition of the Slave Trade in the British Empire. 2007 was the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade, but a bill for actual freedom did not pass the British parliament until 1833. It was Wilberforce’s Christian ideals which led him to change the course of history. Read the book for itself or to supplement the film. In either case, history comes alive.
Paperback / $30.00 / 960 pages
Eminent Old Testament scholar James Ussher of Ireland, in the seventeenth century, compiled an account of the history of the world from the creation to the end of the first century AD. He included significant events from the pagan world which happened at the same time. Thus he provides the reader with a panoramic view of ancient history.
Paperback / $16.50 / 276 pages
The author demonstrates that the entire Bible teaches literal recent creation. Not only are all Scriptures considered that refer to creation or the flood, but so are the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and the writings of Josephus and other ancient writers.
Paperback / $8.00 / 176 pages
This excellent little book provides an informed discussion of cell biology (and related topics) so important in current biology courses.
Paperback / $16.00 / 295 pages
A thoroughly researched discussion of so-called ape man fossils. Follow the history of these fossil finds and evolutionary claims. The last chapter examines various attempts to dovetail ape men with the Biblical account. This book is a valuable resource.
Hardcover / $17.00 / 347 pages / black & white photos
Original research on real fossils using high tech equipment reveals amazing insights concerning the Neanderthal people. The author blends an account of the dangers involved in this research and the technical details concerning the fossils, into a highly readable work.
Hardcover / $16.00 / 260 pages / black and white illustrations
A great discussion on the significance of design, from the wonders of some marvelous creatures, to intricate biochemical systems, and the issues connected to predators and disease. Recommended for interested adults and all who enjoy fascinating details of the creation.
Mark VanBebber and Paul S. Taylor
Paperback / $9.00 / 127 pages
The authors bring careful and accurate Biblical study to bear on the claims of progressive creation exponent Hugh Ross. They consider what the most straight forward reading of Genesis is concerning the days of creation, the flood and death before the fall of Adam among other issues.
Paperback / $12.00 / 240 pages
In his usual non-confrontational style, Dr. Parker discusses the kinds of evidence that evolutionists use to argue for their point of view. He then shows that these evidences, in actual fact, support the creation model. Recommended for highschool students and adults.
Paperback / $12.00 / 224 pages
This book is a user-friendly collection of information for the defense of creation, both in high school and beyond.
Phillip E. Johnson
Paperback / $22.00 / 195 pages
A forceful discussion of the supposed mechanism of evolution. This book caused the scientific establishment to sit up and take notice — and besides — itís interesting.
Joe White and Nicholas Comninellis
Paperback / $14.00 / 196 pages
Fast moving and well documented discussion suitable for the defender of creation in high school and beyond.