The True Account of Adam and Eve / by Ken Ham 1.30.2014

The True Account of Adam and Eve / by Ken Ham.

Master Books (a division of New Leaf Publishing Group) ISBN 978-0-89051-670-6

MS (grades 5-Adult) Rating: 5

The True Account of Adam and Eve by Ken Ham tells the true story of the world’s first two people, Adam and Eve. The book begins with a summary of the six days of Creation, but provides more detail about the creation of Adam and Eve. God tests Adam’s obedience with the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. When Satan tricks Eve into eating from this tree, eternity changes–sin enters the world, and death follows. Sin affects everything in the universe. Even though Adam destroys his perfect relationship with God, there is still hope for salvation, and this comes in the form of Jesus Christ. God’s own Son sacrifices himself to pay for our sins. This book explains that, while many try to discredit God’s word with talk of evolution and our world being millions or billions of years old, God created everything only around 6000 years ago.

The author does a great job detailing the creation of the universe and people. It is very well-
written and easy to understand. The illustrations are beautiful and also help tell the story. The sequence of events is clearly documented to show doubters that this is the true story of Adam, Eve, and the creation of our world. The book also tells how Jesus died for our sins and how we can receive salvation through Him. Throughout the book, there are references to Bible verses and how the Bible is important for faith. This book tells a story different from what most have heard and contends that the secular accounts cannot possibly be true. As Adam is actually mentioned in nine different books of the Bible, the book concludes with Scripture passages about Adam.

Trina Chase, CLJ

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