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Here is your summer reading list from our scholars:
Christian Endgame – Speculations about how and when the world will end abound. Kenneth Samples tackles this controversial topic and provides solid biblical teaching about future events, especially on those beliefs shared by Christians no matter what their denominational perspective.
Dinosaur Blood and the Age of the Earth – In this careful analysis, biochemist Fazale Rana demonstrates the scientific plausibility of recovering soft tissue remnants from ancient sites. Rana also shows how traces of dinosaur blood––claimed by some as evidence for a young earth––instead strengthen the case for an old earth and, thus, for the reliability of Scripture.
Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men – Recently discussed on The Ride Home with John and Kathy and The Eric Metaxas Show, this book presents a fresh look at UFOs and extraterrestrials. Working from a rational Christian worldview, authors Hugh Ross, Kenneth Samples, and Mark Clark initiate a search for truth about extraterrestrial life, conspiracy theories, cult groups, alien encounters, and more.
Who Was Adam? – In this 10-year update, Fazale Rana and Hugh Ross reevaluate their biblical human origins model in light of scientific advances that have developed since the book’s first publication. How has RTB’s human origins model fared? Get your copy of Who Was Adam? to find out.
Why the Universe Is the Way It Is – “Why?” may be the most common and emotionally charged question in human experience. With the Bible in one hand and the latest scientific findings in the other, astronomer Hugh Ross tackles many of our most pressing cosmic “whys.”