by James Andrews
Published 2017 (Paperback): 130 pages
This book on the creation account by James Andrews offers readers a simple approach to Genesis. At times lighthearted, it nonetheless provides the reader with an easy to understand account of why the creation story should be understood as supporting an ancient creation.
People who have ardently studied old earth creationism will be familiar with the writers logic. However, the simple, down to earth approach of the author means that it will be easy to understand by others not familiar with the creation debate. The book is on the short side. However, it is a welcome addition, as it provides fresh insight that gives the reader new ways to think about the arguments for an ancient earth.