Recommended Books

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Early History

Creation/Evolution Debate

Geology & the Flood


Bible under Attack

Great Turning Point (The)    (softback)
By Dr. Terry Mortenson

Many in the church today think that “young earth” creation is a fairly recent invention, popularized by fundamental Christians in the mid-20th century. Dr. Mortenson reveals fascinating original research that documents a different story.

Inherit the Wind—a Hollywood History of the Scopes Trial    (Booklet)
By Dr. David Menton

Read this informative handbook complete with historical pictures to get the real facts about the Scopes trial.

Long War Against God (The)    (softback)
By Dr. Henry Morris

Dr. Morris documents the history of the creation/evolution conflict and its effect on nations down through the ages.

Old-Earth Creationism on Trial    (softback)
By Tim Chaffey & Dr. Jason Lisle

In a vital discussion focused within the church, this book explores the foundational issues around the debate on the age of the earth revealing that the debate has a much more compelling and simple core truth—scriptural authority.

Slaughter of the Dissidents    (softback)
By Dr. Jerry Bergman

Don’t miss this unique and groundbreaking work exposing how the careers of Darwin skeptics are being brutally attacked and destroyed in many academic institutions throughout America. If you appreciated the movie Expelled, starring Ben Stein, you will find this book picks up where the movie left off.

Think Biblically!    (hardback)
By John MacArthur with The Master’s College Faculty, Ed.

John MacArthur and other scholars confront the false worldviews that dominate our postmodern world. You’ll understand how to cultivate a biblical mind-set on worship, psychology, gender, science, education, history, and more!

Unformed and Unfilled    (softback)
By Weston W. Fields

This is the best and most detailed critique of the Gap theory available. The author looks at the inconsistencies of this position and shows that the Hebrew language in Genesis does not allow for such a gap.