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  • Noah: Man of God ()
    by Tim Chaffey and K. Marie Adams

    (from the back cover)

    And God said to Noah, "I have determined to make an end of all flesh, for the earth is filled with violence through them. Behold, I will destroy them with the earth." -- Genesis 6:13

    The world is inundated with violence and headed for destruction. Following his desperate flight from the clutches of Havilah's wicked rulers, Noah finds himself caught in the middle of warring empires: the forces of Havilah, led by their evil king and priestess, battle the barbaric Nodite army for supremacy. Facing a decision that may cost loved ones their lives, Noah must find a way to escape the conflict to reach Emzara and fulfill God's calling.

    Seeking a safe place to build the Ark far from his enemy's reach, Noah leads his group to the last place he thinks anyone would look. Encountering numerous surprises along the way, he discovers that someone else has already planned for his arrival.

    As the Ark nears completion and judgment looms, Noah makes one more trek through a world dominated by deadly deceptions. Aided by an unexpected stranger in a perilous place, Noah learns once again that the Creator always keeps His promises.

    Adventure, wonder, and biblical history await readers on this riveting journey through the pre-Flood world, leading to an epic confrontation between the Creator's faithful preacher of righteousness and the serpent's priestess and her legions of darkness. Noah: Man of God weaves together the storylines from the first two books and delivers an unforgettable conclusion to The Remnant Trilogy

    320 pages, ages 12 and up
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  • Noah: Man of Resolve ()
    by Tim Chaffey and K. Marie Adams

    (from the back cover)

    Immerse Yourself in the Wonders of the Early Earth!

    Packed with action, adventure, and heartbreak, the second installment of the Remnant Trilogy continues the imaginative and respectful look at the life of this hero of the faith as God shapes him into the man who eventually saves humanity's future.
    As wickedness increases across the land, Noah and his loved ones endure the painful consequences of a world bent on evil. King Lamech expands his rule through deception and force, but does his kindness toward Noah hint that things may change?
    Noah and Emzara explore their world and their eyes are opened anew to the creative genius of the Most High, yet mankind's wretchedness threatens to upend their peaceful corner of the world. While tracking down the perpetrator of a malicious crime, they are tested by tragedy and must decide if they will sacrifice everything for truth and justice.
    After years of serving God, Noah reaches a crisis of faith due to his mounting frustrations with the proliferation of sin and the apparent silence from the Creator. Thrust into a serious of perilous situations, Noah's deepest convictions are challenged. His response will direct his course and change the world forever.

    More than just a novel, Noah: Man of Resolve features non-fiction sections in the back of the book that provide answers to popular questions about the time in which Noah lived and explain where certain characters and events from the book can be seen at the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky.

    304 pages, ages 12 and up
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  • Noah: Man of Destiny ()
    Authors: Tim Chaffey & K. Marie Adams

    Noah: Man of Destiny takes readers on a captivating, coming-of-age journey. Noah learns about the Most High while standing against a sinister belief system emerging throughout the land. Whether escaping legendary beasts, tracking kidnappers, or pursuing his future wife, Noah acquires the skills he will need when God calls him to his greatest adventure: surviving the global Flood.
    • Witness the struggle of a righteous man’s battle against a culture that thought of evil continually
    • Explore what it may have been like for a righteous man to relate to God before the Bible was written
    • Non-fiction portions in the back of the book help explain historical concepts and provide teaching sections that deal with issues and concerns that arise in the account.

    Gain fresh insights into the people and events of the pre-Flood world through the engaging, adventure-filled first novel of the Remnant Trilogy.

    310 pages

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  • Old-Earth Creationism on Trial: The Verdict Is In ()
    Tim's first book is a thorough, yet gentle and respectful critique of the old-earth creationists' arguments. The authors take a unique approach to this ongoing controversy and demonstrate that trustworthiness of God's word. The first section examines the arguments used by Christians who believe that God created over billions of years. The second section critiques the arguments used by those who claim that the Flood of Noah's day was merely a regional or local event rather than a worldwide catastrophic deluge as explained in Genesis. The final section deals with the philosophy of science. Dr. Jason Lisle demonstrates that true science will always support the Bible and that only a biblical understanding of the world provides the necessary foundation for doing science.
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