Today, most Bible colleges, seminaries, K-12 Christian schools, and now even parts of the homeschool movement do not accept the first eleven chapters of Genesis as literal history. They try to fit the supposed billions of years into Genesis, and some teach evolution as fact. Our churches are largely following suit.
More and more pastors, church leaders, and Bible scholars are choosing either not to take a stand on Genesis or to teach some form of evolution or millions of years in their churches, Sunday schools, or college courses. Many will discount biblical creationism or try to convince those who sit under their teachings that Genesis is symbolic, or that somehow millions of years can be fit in, or that God really did use evolution to create the universe.
- Discover how many evangelical leaders, wittingly or unwittingly, undermine the authority of God's Word by compromising the clear meaning of the Bible in Genesis.
- Learn how accepting that the Earth or universe is billions of years old unlocks a door of compromise.
- Heed the wake-up call to the Church to return to the authority of God's Word, from the first page.
Ken Ham, international speaker and author on biblical authority, examines how compromise starting in Genesis, particularly in regard to the six days of creation and the earth's age, have filtered down from the Bible colleges and seminaries to pastors—and finally to parents and their children. This erosive legacy is seen in generations of young people leaving the Church. Get the facts, discover God's truth, and help bring a new reformation to the Church and to the authority of God's Word.