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The Long War Against God

The History & Impact of the Creation/Evolution Conflict
Narrated by: Bob Souer
Length: 12 hrs and 38 mins
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In this compelling defense of the Bible, Dr. Henry Morris presents the theory of evolution as one of Satan's most devastating attacks against the Church. The Long War Against God reveals the error of evolution, its aim to deny God, discredit His supernatural creation, and discredit His sovereignty. 

Has Satan successfully led most Christians to give more credibility to the institution of science than the Bible? Today many Christians regard evolution as nothing more than God's method of creation. In this Christian apologetic resource, Morris boldly challenges this anti-biblical and even anti-theistic philosophy; an imagination or high thing exalting itself against the true knowledge of God (2 Corinthians 10:5). 

Within The Long War Against God, Morris exposes evolution's atheistic trail of destruction in movements such as Communism, Nazism, racism, and moral relativism. He explores evolutionary thinking as a belief system seeking to ultimately eliminate God. See for yourself how it dominates modern thought in every field. Realize how it led to lethally ominous political issues and social disintegrations such as abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia. Christian history is rife with casualties in the war on God as the Creator of this world. 

A professional scientist and theologian, Morris successfully answers the "Who?" and the "Why?" behind the ongoing creation vs. evolution conflict. His insightful perspective and compelling research offers a strong defense for the inerrancy of Scripture. Christian families, churches, and schools use The Long War Against God to tear down societal strongholds and fortify their faith in the infallible Word of God. This classic resource not only documents Christian history, it is sure to equip believers who will courageously create history for future believing generations.

©2019 Henry M. Morris and David Jeremiah (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Incredible analysis and arguments

I will be listening to this book a second time. The arguments, logic, and careful analysis of the history of mankind are fascinating, and force consideration of the evidence.

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Thorough Historical Review

Does a great job at reviewing every peice and point of the origin of evolution. Tells a story of Darwin o have never heard before. Author does make some pretty aggressive assertions in regards to Satan being the actual direct origin of evolution going back to the beginning of time.

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  • Hank
  • 08-31-19

great points but needs to be scoped better ...

Very long winded ... lots of content that's quite broad in it's subject matter and probably too much to put in one book. Could be condensed and scoped better. Lots of jargon, I kept back tracking to find out what they
l meant again. Narration was ordinary and uninspiring; and the point mentioned above probably didn't do it any favours. In terms of the arguments presented, it's pretty clear his angle, though at times a bit simplistic and probably could do without some of the superlatives. However if you're new to this angle/ content (as I am/was) you'll find it useful though it's a lot to absorb. It's been useful for me in that I now want to read books with more detail about carbon dating; a young earth; and the fossil record. I would suggest scan or read/listen to it quickly and just get the gist of it. The guts of what I got out of it, is that the doctrine of creationism needs to be revived and play a key part in evangelism. In Western contemporary society issues such as abortion , post modern education, pornography etc ... can only be tackled with creationism as a key component of evangelism. In terms of mission to the unreached (those who have not heard); creationism needs to be at the start of evangelism because most if not all peoples have some notion of a supernatural creationism. Fascinating point with much merit.