Today you’re going to get an advanced lesson in creationism from Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. He just posted this at the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), Hambo’s creationist ministry: New Resource: What the New Testament Says About Creation.
Wowie — creationism isn’t only in the Old Testament. This is big news! Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
The beliefs of evolution and millions of years [Darwinist lies!] don’t just impact how we view Genesis chapters 1–11; they also affect how we understand the New Testament and vital biblical doctrines.
Pay attention, dear reader, this is important. Hambo says:
British speaker and director of AiG–UK Simon Turpin has written a brand-new book that addresses this issue. What the New Testament Says About Creation is a much-needed resource that highlights how the teaching of evolution and deep time impacts the New Testament.
Turpin is Hambo’s man in the UK. He must know what he’s talking about. But we can’t help wondering if Turpin’s pamphlet discloses the references to evolution that can be found in the bible. We wrote about one in the Old Testament here: Is Evolution in the Bible?, and another in the New Testament — see Is Evolution in the Bible? (Part 2).
Anyway, here’s where you can buy Turpin’s book from AIG. It’s a booklet, and it’s a whopping 96 pages long, published by — get this! — Answers in Genesis. That’s your guarantee of quality. We looked for it at Amazon, but for some strange reason it’s not listed there. Okay, back to Hambo’s post. He tells us:
With a careful exegesis of Scripture, Simon (who has earned degrees in theology) [Ooooooooooooh!] digs into various passages throughout the New Testament to see what they say about creation, the fall, the flood, the age of the earth, and more.
What a fantastic resource! Hambo continues:
It’s a great summary of the connection between the history in Genesis and the New Testament. You can order this brand-new resource from [we already gave you that link]. And for those that live in the UK, the book will be available on the AiG–UK store at [link omitted] to purchase in August.
The rest of Hambo’s post is about conferences and stuff, so we’ll leave him here. But don’t hesitate, dear reader. Buy AIG’s new book. You need it!
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