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Overview Commended by Josh McDowell, Dr. D. James Kennedy and Franklin Graham. Finalist in the 2002 Gold Medallion Book Awards.
"The Evidence Bible is one of the best resources available in the Christian market to date. This is a must have for any serious Bible student and a must read for all Christians." (Chuck Missler, Founder Koinonia House)
"Clearly the Holy Spirit led you as you brought this wonderful document together. I could not be more impressed . . . It is like having a loving, mature Christian elder standing by your shoulder as you read the Scriptures. It is exactly what is needed in our time." (James D. Stambaugh, Dir. Billy Graham Center Museum)
? Learn how to show the absurdity of evolution. ? Study how to share your faith with your family or at your workplace. ? Learn how to witness to an atheist. See from scripture how to prove God?s existence without the use of faith. ? Discover how to prove the authenticity of the Bible through prophecy. ? See how the Bible is full of eye-opening scientific and medical facts. ? Read fascinating quotes from Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, Sir Isaac Newton, Louis Pasteur, Stephen Hawking, many other well-known scientists. ? Read incredible quotes about the Bible from presidents and other famous people.
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RAY COMFORT is the cohost (with Kirk Cameron) of the award-winning television program "The Way of the Master." He is the founder of Living Waters Publications and is dedicated to equipping Christians with resources to fulfill the Great Commission. Ray is the bestselling author of more than 70 books, including "The Evidence Bible," a Christian Book Award Finalist. He has written for Billy Graham's "Decision" magazine and his literature is used by the Moody Bible Institute, Leighton Ford Ministries, Campus Crusade For Christ, and the Institute for Scientific and Biblical Research. Ray and his wife, Sue, live in Southern California, and have three grown children.
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Excellent Bible Jan 18, 2007
Highly recommended. True to the KJV this Easy Read version is great. Our 10 year olds can understand it too. Love the "extras" articles, quotes and more make this the "only Bible" we use!! Love it.
Left Behind (the rest of the world in science education) Apr 25, 2006
There's a new creationist documentary distributed by The Way of The Master intended to 'slug atheists over the head' with it's anti-evolution message. I had the chance to see it recently and I found it more than a little insulting, both to my intellect and my Christian worldview.
I won't bore you with all the straw men and creationist duplicity employed (is there a straw man labor union?) in attempt to fool us, but I will touch on a couple. As usual, there is an almost allergic avoidance of anything that would come close to an honest discussion on the mechanics of evolution or creation. There is however, an abundance of, and oversimplification to the point of reductio ad absurdum, on the nature of things that we do know about evolution. And of course, there are plenty of quotes by the likes of Darwin, Gould, Einstein, and others that are taken way out of context or used in a very literalistic sense when originally meant to be illustrative.
The Modus operandi of the evolution debunking most often takes the form of a rather contemptible method for artificially defeating the evolutionist position while falsely elevating their own. They interview average persons-on-the street, asking broad, sometimes vague and irrelevant questions about evolution, and then proceed to tear down the theory based on those wobbly and awkward answers.
One example among moronic myriad: Q: "Do you believe we could have evolved from apes?" A: "I think so." Q: "Could we have evolved from horses too?" A: "Probably."
(See! These crazy blasphemous evolutionists think we came from horses... And not only that, they respond with 'maybe' and 'probably' and 'I think so.' Sound like lily livered flip floppers to me…)
Keep in mind, these are questions asked not of evolutionary biologist, not of scientists or paleontologists, but rather of random (sometimes self admittedly uneducated) individuals pulled off the street. It's like a Conan bit. I half expected Triumph the Insult Comic Dog to jump in with "Criticizing people that believe in evolution is like booing at the Special Olympics."
Clearly this is a flawed method for judging a scientific theory and proves nothing (other than the fact that we need better public education). It's like saying Okinawa doesn't exist simply because some guy on the street couldn't point it out on a map.
I do have to admit I was a little uncomfortable at how effective a propaganda tool this technique can at least appear, especially if you're one of those that would have trouble defending the theory in front of a hostile camera. Fortunately, that effectiveness is somewhat offset by the on-screen teleprompting and glossy tag team action of Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort (Boner has got to feel seriously left out.) Think amazing floor squeegee infomercial.
At one point in the film, even Southwest Airline's animal transportation policy is enlisted as 'common-sense-evidence' that humans aren't related to chimps. The implication is that if we really were relatives of chimpanzees, then Southwest would allow our 'relatives' to fly with us in the cabin of the plane. Since the airline does not allow primates in the cabin, they must not actually be relatives at all. Oh snap!
All the logical fallacies and blatant disregard for the scientific method aside, I found the tenor and implications of the film very un-Christ-like. Laced through the entirety is a subtle yet persistent message that Christianity, or theism of any sort, is entirely incompatible with evolution. Putting forth this argument in which you have an either/or, black/white, evolutionist/Christian scenario does nothing but detract from the strengths of inclusiveness in the very teachings of Jesus our hosts claim to represent.
All the effort and money spent dividing via anti-intellectual 'think' tanks and Hollywood style graphics could certainly be better spent. Creating tools and resources for relating to the many theories and schools of thought (that evolution and faith can sit on comfortable and amiable planes) would be a nice start. Think the Vatican Observatory or Augustine-style laws of natural evolution.
Next Week: Alan Thicke takes on the theory of gravity.
Great resource in spite of proofing errors Apr 19, 2006
I've had this Bible now for about one week, and I've been devouring the information. A lot of work was put into this resource, making it a wonderful tool for sharpening one's witnessing skills.
Having said that, I am very disappointed in the many typographical and proofing errors that appear in a lot of the notes and help boxes. Missing punctuation, incomplete words, lack of spacing between words, incomplete references, etc. are all too common. Call me persnickety, but this kind of stuff just bothers me. It is clear that whoever handled the proofing of this Bible did a less than acceptable job. I have contacted the publisher regarding this and am waiting to hear back from them.
If this shortcoming doesn't bother you, get this Bible. As previously stated, it's a great resource for sharpening one's witnessing skills.
A Soul-Winner's Delight Oct 24, 2005
This book will razor sharpen your soul-winning skills. Go get "em!
evidence May 16, 2005
Theologically sound. Every page has interesting facts that make you want to investigate the Bible further. Well done!!