Training Place of MankindGod’s people have been sold a bill of goods. If you think about it at all, evolution could not be true. If this young earth is really billions of years old, then God is a liar. You know that isn’t true. It’s the training place of mankind.

As the designed training place of mankind, we need to understand what God did

This book tells the tale of God’s creation lovingly, by a man who only recently came to his senses. It had been obvious when he visited the Grand Canyon that this hadn’t happened over countless millennia. It had happened quickly with a massive flood of water. God made man. We didn’t come from apes. The first two chapters of Genesis make excellent scientific sense when you understand how God did it and why He did it in the order it was done. It’s amazing how clear it is when a believer explains how it works. Join David on a glorious trip through the 7,000 years of creation. Yes, there is only one millennium left for this one. Then this training place is dissolved in fire and replaced with what we commonly call heaven. God calls it a new creation.

Rejoice in the glory of what He has done for us!

This is a non-scientific explanation of the creationist viewpoint that the Bible is basically a literal guide to past and future history. It’s directed at curious people who have never heard how God put together the creation and why. It’s not comprehensive. It’s a fun read.

The Training Place of Mankind is available at all the normal online venues in printiBooksKoboNookKindle, and audio [Amazon or iTunes] versions


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