Let There Be Light: From Evolutionist to Creationist-How One Man Left His Canadian Farm to Spread the Gospel Throughout the World

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Through a series of painful circumstances, including the death of a baby son, he begins searching for answers to life?until one day he has a dramatic experience when hit with the realization that God created everything.

From the wheat fields of Saskatchewan to the classrooms of evolutionary humanism to a fallen USSR to poverty-stricken villages in Myanmar, Roger shares his message of a Creator to over 130 countries. This apologetics biography ...

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Overview

Through a series of painful circumstances, including the death of a baby son, he begins searching for answers to life?until one day he has a dramatic experience when hit with the realization that God created everything.

From the wheat fields of Saskatchewan to the classrooms of evolutionary humanism to a fallen USSR to poverty-stricken villages in Myanmar, Roger shares his message of a Creator to over 130 countries. This apologetics biography will inspire you to give all for the sake of Christ and His Gospel.

Biblical creation vs. Darwinian evolution

Russia's openness to the Gospel after the fall of the USSR

A plan by the Catholic church to absorb Protestantism

The connection between evolution and the New Age

How the Christian church is being lured into a one-world religion that is prophesied in the Bible

Contrasting the Light of the World to the darkness of this age

The role mysticism is playing in end times deception

Is Darwinian theory scientific?

What is the Catholic Eucharistic Evangelization plan?

What is the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

What is the essential ingredient for true revival?

Why do many Christian pastors and leaders avoid talking about spiritual deception?

Does the Bible mandate Christians to warn against spiritual deception?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984636693
  • Publisher: Lighthouse Trails Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/28/2011
  • Pages: 221
  • Sales rank: 1,414,737
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Prologue 9

1 Lefs Call Him Tyler 11

2 In the Beginning 19

3 Death of a Conscience 29

4 Summer of Change 39

5 The Dedicated Instructor 49

6 Gods in Disguise 57

7 Only a Pickled Fetus 69

8 The Sting of Death 73

9 A Damascus Road Experience 77

10 Called to Witness 85

11 The Oakland Raiders 93

12 "Go Tell it on the Mountain" 99

13 Tyrannosaurus Rex 109

14 Good Morning, Russia 115

15 like a Lamp Into the Darkness 129

16 Pain Too Great to Bear 139

17 Another Spirit and the Road to Rome 151

18 The Darkest Place on the Planet 161

19 NewAgeorAge-OIdLie? 171

20 Countering the Counter Reformation 177

21 Life, Death of a Vision, and Beyond 187

22 Putting on the Armor of Light 197

Epilogue 205

Endnotes 211

Index 212

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