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Steve Ham gets to the heart of why biblical authority matters. A commitment to the Creator’s authority inevitably impacts virtually every aspect of our daily Christian living—family, worship, the way we do church, and even how we evangelize.
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If challenged by a skeptic, would you be able to give a satisfying answer? We must grasp actual reasons that matter in our lives. It’s not just about defending the faith, or even simply about winning the lost. It is about an intimately personal worship of a God we can truly call Father.
Steve Ham gets to the heart of why biblical authority matters, how it is displayed in God’s character, and how that authority must impact our daily Christian lives. True commitment to the Creator’s loving authority inevitably impacts us to the core, and helps us in such diverse areas as; family, worship, the way we view and interact at church, and even how we share the Good News of Christ's redeeming love with others!
Steve Ham (MDiv), senior director of international outreach for Answers in Genesis, joined AiG full time in 2009. He is a regular speaker and author on topics such as biblical authority, theology, creation apologetics, and the gospel.
The president, CEO, and founder of Answers in Genesis-US and the highly acclaimed Creation Museum, Ken Ham is one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in North America. View resources by Ken Ham.
“ I really appreciate Steve Ham’s dedication to equipping Christians with the truth and this book is an excellent resource... If you’ve ever had a question about the authenticity or authority of the Bible, In God We Trust by Steve Ham is a ‘must-read.’ If you give this book a thoughtful and thorough examination I’m sure you'll agree and recommend it to every Christian you know. ”