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Excellent Beginnings by John Hargrove
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Excellent Beginnings

by John Hargrove

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0557197589, Paperback)

The Big Bang Theory -- from the Bible's point of view! John and Verna Hargrove take you back in time to the story of Creation and a study of the earliest men in the Book of Genesis. Since there is a Grand Design, there must be a Grand Designer. Since Creation has taken place, there is obviously a Creator. There is. He is God. In the Bible, we will see that God does not speak verbally to everyone, but chooses specific people to talk to, and asks them to go as prophets for him. Those were usually men of great faith. We soon learn that the Bible is not a story of great men, but of a great God. God still communicates with us today. In this study, we will assume the Creation story is the true one. If you are not sure about that, we invite you to settle down and read what God has to say about it.

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