New Books Now on Amazon Kindle

One of the most comprehensive studies on the Sons of God and the Nephilim is now available for Amazon Reader.

Two more of my books are now available for the Kindle. If you don’t own a Kindle, you can still download a free application that will allow you to read Kindle books on your computer and many smart phones.

The Sons of God and the Nephilim is essentially my 135 page Th.M. thesis with a couple of additional features. On sale for only $4.99, this book explores one of the greatest mysteries in Scripture: who were the “sons of God” and the “Nephilim” (giants) mentioned in Genesis 6? This book looks at each of the major views that Christians have held on the subject and then examines each of them to see if they can stand up to scrutiny.

This study shows that one view makes much more sense than any of the others, and even though there are many objections to it, this book demonstrates that every objection can be adequately addressed. Furthermore, some of the latest archaeological and textual research is utilized to show that the Bible really does identify these beings. Caution: you may never read the Old Testament the same way again.

Are the early chapters of Genesis literal history or are they some form of poetic or theological writing?

A few years ago I wrote a lengthy (nearly 90 pages) research paper on the proper interpretation of Genesis 1 for my M.Div. This paper has now been reformatted and made available as a booklet. God Means What He Says: A Biblical Critique of the Framework Hypothesis is now available on Kindle for only $2.99.

People who promote the Framework Hypothesis (sometimes called the Literary Framework) claim that the early chapters of Genesis were not meant to be taken literally. Essentially, they reclassify the genre as poetry (or semi-poetic) so that a person can try to add billions of years into Scripture.

This book examines the three major arguments used by Framework adherents and shows why they do not stand up to the scrutiny of Scripture. Also included is a brief overview of the various attempts to harmonize Genesis 1 with the secular view of the age of the earth, including the gap theory, day-age theory, and many more. Special attention is given to critiquing progressive creationism. God Means What He Says is an excellent complement to my first book, Old-Earth Creationism on Trial.

Some of my other books are also available for the Kindle.

God and Cancer: Finding Hope in the Midst of Life’s Trials for only $5.99.

Old-Earth Creationism on Trial (co-authored with Dr. Jason Lisle) for $8.31.

The Truth Chronicles (books 1–3) for only $5.99.

All of my books are available in print at the Midwest Apologetics online store.

About Tim Chaffey

I am the founder of Midwest Apologetics and work as the Content Manager with the Attractions Division of Answers in Genesis. I have written (or co-authored) several books, including In Defense of Easter, God and Cancer, The Sons of God and the Nephilim, and The Truth Chronicles Series (see the publications page for more details). Please note: the opinions expressed on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the views of Answers in Genesis.


New Books Now on Amazon Kindle — 1 Comment

  1. Kindle can download not just books, but also journals, newspapers, magazines and blogs. Once books are downloaded in the Kindle, the user can read as he pleases, continuously or intermittently, without having to recharge the device often. The battery lasts for about two weeks when the wireless mode is turned off, and for about five days when this feature is on. Even with continuous reading, the Kindle does not heat up as other devices tend to, thus never distracting the reader in any way.-.^.

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