A Literal 6-Day Creation

Christ in Prophecy

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Can we trust the Bible’s account of a literal 6-day Creation? Find out with guests Dr. Jobe Martin and Eric Hovind along with hosts Tim Moore and Nathan Jones on the television program, Christ in Prophecy!

 

Can we trust the Bible’s account of a literal 6-day Creation? Find out with guests Dr. Jobe Martin and Eric Hovind along with hosts Tim Moore and Nathan Jones on the television program, Christ in Prophecy!

Tim Moore: Greetings in the name of Jesus our Blessed Hope! On behalf of Nathan and myself, welcome to Christ in Prophecy.

Nathan Jones: Can the books of Genesis and Revelation really be taken literally? That’s the important question we’ve been addressing in this four-part Christ in Prophecy series titled Epic Battles of the Bible: Genesis versus Revelation. We’ve been showing you excerpts from our streaming conference which you can watch in its entirety on our Christ in Prophecy YouTube Channel.

We partnered with Eric Hovind of Creation Today Ministries and Dr. Jobe Martin of Biblical Discipleship Ministries to help us combat the abuse of God’s Word when one spiritualizes the interpretation of Scripture. To spiritualize means to argue that the plain sense meaning of Scripture is not its true meaning. People love to spiritualize the Scriptures because when they do, they can make the Bible say whatever they please, and in the process they get to play God. Spiritualizing one’s interpretation of the Bible inevitably results in diminishing one’s understanding of God and His plan of salvation. What a travesty!

Tim Moore: We here at Lamb & Lion Ministries instead firmly believe that the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, should be understood from a literal interpretation based on the Golden Rule of Interpretation: “If the plain sense makes sense, look for no other sense, lest you end up with nonsense.”

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Lamb and Lion Ministries
Lamb & Lion Ministries was founded in 1980 as a non-denominational, independent ministry. The Ministry does not seek to convert people to any particular church. Rather, it seeks to lift up Jesus and draw people to Him as Lord and Savior. The Ministry was established for the purpose of proclaiming the soon return of Jesus. We do not believe it is possible to know the date when Jesus will return. But we do believe it is possible to know the season of the Lord’s return, and it is our conviction that we are living in that season.