Discover Creation Week in Creation and Change

by Ken Ham on January 3, 2021
Featured in Ken Ham Blog

We’ve seen several prominent Christians argue lately that Genesis isn’t meant to be interpreted as literal history. But is that true? Does it line-up with what Genesis actually says? Find out in an excellent book from Professor Douglas Kelly, Creation and Change.

This book is a deep dive into the text of Genesis 1:1-2:4. It looks at creation week and what the text actually says about creation and how we can know, theologically and scientifically, that the plain meaning of the text is indeed the proper interpretation and the only one that is faithful to the actual text itself.

Bodie Hodge says this of Creation and Change:

Many questions surrounding the creation week are discussed in this excellent resource. Highly respected theologian Dr. Doug Kelly examines the claims and questions from a theological and scientific perspective—consulting hosts of experts in the respective fields. Nevertheless, the book can be easily digested by most lay readers. It is a must-read for anyone in the church.

You can find this book on our online store,

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