What Resources Did John MacArthur Consult When He Preached His Series “The Battle for the Beginning?”

What resources did John consult when he preached his series The Battle for the Beginning?

• A Commentary on the Book of Genesis, Part One, From Adam to Noah, by Umberto Cassuto (Magnes Press, Hebrew University: Jerusalem, 1978).

• Creation and Change, by Douglas F. Kelly (Christian Focus: Fearn, Ross-shire, U.K., 1997).

• Creation Evangelism for the New Millennium, by Ken Ham (Master Books: Green Forest, Ark., 1999).

• The Creation of Life, by A. E. Wilder-Smith (The World for Today: Costa Mesa, Cal., 1970).

• Darwin on Trial, by Philip Johnson (InterVarsity: Downers Grove, Ill., 1993).

• Genesis for Today, by Andy McIntosh (Day One: Epsom, England, 1997).

• The Genesis Record, by Henry M. Morris (Creation Life: San Diego, 1976).

• In the Beginning, by Walt Brown (Center for Scientific Creation: Phoenix) 1995.

• It’s A Young World After All, by Paul D. Ackerman (Baker: Grand Rapids, 1986).

• The Long War Against God, by Henry M. Morris (Baker, Grand Rapids, 1989).

• Reason in the Balance, by Philip Johnson (InterVarsity: Downers Grove, Ill., 1995).

• The Scientific Alternative to Neo-Darwinian Evolutionary Theory, by A. E. Wilder-Smith (The World for Today: Costa Mesa, Cal., 1987).
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