Where mankind’s history began with Adam impacts how our future will end!
• The biblical answer to the question: Were Adam and Eve real people or just generic references for all of mankind?
• Explains the connection between original sin and the gospel
• Emphasizes the importance of Adam and Eve as literal history to young and old alike
When you unlock the door to biblical compromise, the door gets pushed open wider with each generation. The Church is now debating the validity of Genesis as actual history, the reality of hell itself, and even if Adam was a real person. Trying to change the biblical time-line to fit with the secular concepts of millions of years has led many in Christian academia to reject the literal interpretation of the Bible itself.
View a sample of the book HERE.
Perfect for children, the book helps them discover the truth about the first man and woman, and how their disobedience led to the need for Jesus Christ.
Back in 2008, we visited the Creation Museum for the first time. While we were there, I picked up a copy of The True Story of Noah’s Ark for my daughter. The illustrations were absolutely wonderful, so when I saw that Bill Looney also did the illustrations for The True Account of Adam and Eve, I knew that we were in for a treat. Now, obviously, a book isn’t all about the illustrations, but full-color, beautiful illustrations do help capture the attention of readers (young and old) which is, in my opinion, a huge plus. Ultimately, it’s the words contained within that will have the biggest impact on the reader.
Ken Ham takes the reader on a journey from the very beginning (when Adam was created) to the end (when our eternal fate will be decided). He shows readers the importance of a literal creation week and a literal Adam. The book goes back and forth between the retelling of the scriptural account of Adam and Eve, their creation, and later sin and what it means to us in the present day. From the beginning of the book, he stresses the importance of always starting with the Bible. He even includes key scripture passages at the conclusion of the book for easy access to readers.
The illustrations enhance Ken’s detailed account of the creation, the fall of man, and later the redemption of man. The center of the book features a full spread picture of the Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden prior to sin.
When readers open the pages, they see the results of sin on the world. A list shows how sin changed the world for all of man and all of God’s creation. This book gives readers, children, parents, teachers the opportunity to really think about creation, sin, and salvation. It’s not a traditional “children’s” story that glosses over information. I appreciated the fact that the book had depth to it which makes readers think about what they are reading.