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By MiddleKnowledge - Posted on 04 January 2008

by Timothy P. Martin
The wait is nearly over! Beyond Creation Science: New Covenant Creation from Genesis to Revelation is on its way to the printer. We expect to receive the new books by the end of February. We are now taking pre-publication orders. This is your chance to get the earliest delivery of the book and the best possible price! The wait is nearly over! Beyond Creation Science: New Covenant Creation from Genesis to Revelation is on its way to the printer. We expect to receive the new books by the end of February. We are now taking pre-publication orders. This is your chance to get the earliest delivery of the book and the best possible price! We are also pleased to announce a new website dedicated to further investigation and discussion of a covenant view of creation and consummation. The Introduction and Chapter 1 of the new book are currently available on this new site. You are invited to visit BeyondCreationScience.com.

The front cover design of the book creates a favorable first impression. The art by Jim Kessler, used on both front and back covers, will draw many potential readers to add Beyond Creation Science to their library. The quality of this book is top-notch at every level.



Front cover of Beyond Creation Science
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Here is the synopsis from the back cover:

“What holds the attention of Christians today? Genesis. The debates over creation captivate the attention of millions. Revelation. Prophetic studies captivate the attention of millions. What if these two contentious issues are really two sides of the same debate?

This book will help you see these contemporary issues in a whole new light. Tim Martin and Jeff Vaughn turn every stone. What is revealed at the end is a view of the entire Bible that is a unified whole from Genesis to Revelation. This book is about the story the Bible tells.”

Pre-publication reviewers of this book have offered many positive comments:

“Sacred cows die hard. Yet, this work by Martin/Vaughn has fired some heavy duty shots at two sacred cows, prophetic futurism and the global flood / young earth view of Genesis. The authors' noble aim is to harmonize two inextricably related topics, protology (the story of the beginning) and eschatology (the story of "the end"). You will find that this book is logical, scriptural and stimulating. You will also find much of what they say challenging, perhaps disturbing. You may well struggle with their conclusions. But, engage the struggle! Read this book!

– Don K. Preston, President, Preterist Research Institute, www.Eschatology.org

“I expect this book will become a standard work in creation and prophetic studies for many years to come. Highly recommended!”

– Walt Hibbard, PreteristViewpoint.com, Founder & Former Chairman Great Christian Books, Inc,Original Signer, 9.5 Theses of the Next Reformation

We think you will agree that this is a must-have book. It will challenge you to think deeply, not just about the past, but about the future as well. Beyond Creation Science is 530+ pages long and integrates the contemporary debate over creation with the contemporary debate over eschatology. If you want to see how the implications of preterism impact burning issues at the forefront of Christian dialogue today, this book is for you!

Beyond Creation Science is also a book that you can give to your non-preterist friends. The first four chapters are an introduction to the basic ideas of preterism designed especially for those who are not familiar with covenant eschatology. Many who read this book will be challenged to consider the strength of the preterist view of biblical prophecy on many, many different levels. We expect this book will show many Christians who are involved in the current discussion over Genesis why eschatology is so important! Are you tired of arguing preterism merely from the time-statement proof-texts? This book applies preterism from Genesis to Revelation.

The retail price is $ 25.00 (plus shipping). This pre-publication offer makes the book available to you for $20.00, postpaid! This offer is good for a limited time only. Those who take advantage of this offer will receive their copy signed by either Jeff Vaughn or Tim Martin (please specify your choice); you can get the signature of the other author on your copy when you catch them at a preterist conference in 2008. Purchase of 10 copies or more will receive an even better deal – $15.00 per copy, postpaid. Full cases are available for $11.88 per book (24 books, $285), postpaid anywhere in the United States. (These books will not be signed before shipping.)

Please make all checks or money orders payable to “Covenant Community Church” and mail to:

Covenant Community Church

P.O. Box 99

Whitehall, MT, 59759.

You can also order via PayPal payment to ccc@truthinliving.org.

Secure credit card orders are accepted at www.BeyondCreationScience.com.

What people are saying:

“Excellent! Rather than beginning with a conclusion and forcing the data to fit, the authors treat both biblical and scientific data with respect and integrity. This important work may not answer every question, and doesn't claim to, but it moves the studies of creation and eschatology forward."

– Terry Hall, Miami Valley Church of Christ, Xenia, OH, Original Signer, 9.5 Theses of the Next Reformation

“New Covenant Creation is not only a method of interpretation of the Bible, but a paradigm or worldview. This changes everything!”

– Akinori Taniguchi, Preterism Japan, www.Kingdoman777.hp.infoseek.co.jp/

Beyond Creation Science offers a fresh and new perspective on the study of Creation and the Flood, which inadvertently sparks a new understanding of the End, or of eschatology. Properly understanding the Creation and the age of the universe can help us better understand the nature and timing of the Kingdom of God and the importance of placing Scripture in its correct socio-cultural context. This is a must-read book!”

– Virgil Vaduva, Founder, PlanetPreterist.com

“I agreed to proof read this new publication. From the description I was given I thought there would be one or two things I would agree with but overall it seemed a bit beyond the pail. Today I stand in awe of the authors who have put together a book that has turned my previous views on their head. This book will excite any Preterist as they see the last pieces of the Fulfilled Prophecy puzzle fall into place.”

– Jack Gibbert, Conference Speaker

“A whole new look at the Bible which magnifies the glory of redemption and gives pre-eminence to the cross of Christ, from Genesis to Revelation.”

– Tami Jelinek, NewCreationMinistries.tv

“This is a monumental piece of work that Tim and Jeff have done. It's well-written, logically laid out, tightly argued, and I've learned a great deal from it. I highly recommend this book to serious students of last things, the flood, Babel, and the creation. I think it will really grab your attention. It deserves to make a real mark in this area of study.”

– Samuel G. Dawson, www.gospelthemes.com (Author of The Teaching of Jesus: From Mount Sinai to Gehenna: A Faithful Rabbi Urgently Warns Rebellious Israel)

“The time taken and research done on this work was at great expense, and the endeavor to ensure the facts presented in this book was done right. This book needs to be considered by all who call themselves Christian, and hold to fulfilled eschatology!”

– Pastor Mike Palevo, New Life Tabernacle of Chattanooga

“This is a work that will be realized and appreciated by all when looking back in history to study what the causes and drivers were of the Modern Reformation and Preterist movement.”

– Brian Kimball, www.PreteristPlanet.com

“As an artist, I know that vision is the key that unlocks the imagination... They have captured the essence of the covenant relationship from Genesis to Revelation and this work will bless many people as a result”

– Jim Kessler, Artist, InChristVictorious.com

“Tim Martin and Jeff Vaughn have written ‘the’ book that addresses the weaknesses of Young-Earth Creationism, Theistic Evolution, Flood Geology, Creation Science and Intelligent Design. As they demonstrate the human origins or the flaws in human interpretations of scripture and science espoused by these various theories, they create a theological framework which unites forever the Bible with Science and Genesis with Revelation. Readers may agree or disagree with the conclusions, but will know it is the new foundation for all arguments.”

– Mickey Denen, MD

“You guys have presented a clear covenantal argument using Scripture that OEC is not just a competitive view over YEC, but the clear Biblical view. Thanks for your book.”

– Jesse Ahmann, Musician, JesseAhmann.com

“If you think you completely understand the ‘last things’, think again. How can one fully understand the end of a story without fully understanding its beginning? Covenant Eschatology has certainly made great strides in presenting God’s fulfilled plan of redemption from within its proper historical covenantal framework, but what of the beginning? Since the “end” is covenantal, perhaps this speaks volumes to the nature of the beginning… today there’s a new kid on the block and it goes Beyond Creation Science.”

– Richard Duncan, Engineer

“How does one appropriately recommend a work which appears capable of altering the Christian worldview for future generations? When a proclamation was posted to the door in 1517 there was uncertainty just what would be the outcome. Today we may be entering the throes of another period of epoch changes which will again challenge elements of the religious world’s views. I encourage prospective readers to examine and consider for themselves this rectifying biblical proposition that is being nailed anew to religion’s door.”

– Norman Voss, Small Business Owner

“Martin and Vaughn's Covenant Creation model may just be the missing piece in the redemptive puzzle. I believe that as preterists and old earth creationists embrace each other as fellow "book-ends," we will see a flood (perhaps this one will be global) of books and articles that build upon what is being put forth by these two fine brothers. It is my hope that all believers will read with an open mind, and in this book be the next open door to understanding the scriptures.”

– Edward Burley, MA LLPC

"As the failure of modern prophecy "experts" have given rise to a malaise about our future, the propensity of many Christian scientists to manipulate evidence to support a young-earth creation has muddied the waters about our spiritual origins. Tim and Jeff are offering Christians a clearly argued and timely challenge to reexamine the beginnings of the covenant community in Genesis and, we hope, rekindle a passion for Christians to live in the New Covenant garden of grace in Christ Jesus."

Timothy King, Restoration Ministries, Grand Junction, CO, Restorationgj.com

“Throughout Beyond Creation Science, Martin and Vaughn tug on every dangling thread of YEC's sweater until it is left naked. The authors pay special attention not only to the complexities of human language but also to the fundamental differences that exist between peoples separated by time and space. By adopting this culturally attuned approach, and thus situating the biblical text in its proper context, they avoid the problems that have plagued other methods of interpretation, namely, anachronism and ethnocentrism. Their case is compelling, and, I believe, long overdue. The work of Martin and Vaughn in this area of biblical studies cannot be ignored.”

– Jeremy Lile, Conference Speaker & Studmuffin

Genesis 1-11 and Revelation 1-22. 33 little chapters filled with so much information yet seemingly so much confusion. Recognizing the symbolism in Genesis 1-11 certainly does answer a lot of questions. A lot like my shift from futurism to preterism. Makes me wonder why I didn't see it sooner. Great work guys.

– Michael Loomis, On Air Talent and Production Assistant, KWVE 107.9 Southern California

“Many authors (even those among the preterists) often go away into multi-year seclusion, writing their 800+ page tomes that certain groups of people then go ga-ga over for many years after. Mr. Martin has done his work in the open where his brothers & sisters can review, encourage, & critique his work as he goes instead of dropping a manifesto on us every few years. I commend Martin’s approach.”

– Roderick Edwards, TheKingdomCome.com [Comment on 2nd edition of Beyond Creation Science]

“The old-earth, young-earth stuff is nothing new. Tim Martin has not invented anything new here. The allegorical interpretation of Genesis has been around since the days of Origen. This is nothing new.”

– Samuel Frost, RCM Radio 11/24/07

“Preterism is simply warmed over allegorical interpretation, which tries desperately to get rid of most normal understandings of future prophetic themes.”

– Mal Couch, President, Tyndale Seminary

Come visit www.BeyondCreationScience.com!

Tim Martin & Jeff Vaughn

MiddleKnowledge's picture

I want to thank everyone for the orders we have received through the website. These pre-publication orders will help pay the initial printing costs.

For those interested, the back cover of the book has now been posted at:

www.beyondcreationscience.com

Blessings,

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

JL's picture

What happenned to Roderick's endorsement?

Blessings,

JL Vaughn
Beyond Creation Science

MiddleKnowledge's picture

No, no....

The real question is:

"What happened to Roderick?"

Just the other day he was doing a show with Sam and Jason at RCM Radio about how Christians should pay close attention to the "historical" church view of Genesis creation emphasizing how we should have a high view of the "traditional" view of Genesis.

Now he rejects preterism because it is "heresy"; preterism breaks with the creeds and confessions of the historical Church. In the words of a very famous movie:

"Unforseen this is, and unfortunate."

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

valensname's picture

I pre-purchased my copy and I say we wait to read it before making comments either way.

However, the quotes from others? Are you implying that the above people have all read this new edition and made those comments regarding the new editon?

Oh, when might the copies start arriving?

Glenn

JL's picture

Glenn,

Last January, we sent out review copies of the first 10 chapters to about 60 reviewers (42 sent US mail). (That was how much fit in an envelope.) Those that read the first half and requested it, got the rest of the book. We've since added probably another 20-30 reviewers to the list.

This is almost certainly the most thoroughly reviewed book in preterist history.

You are free to ask those above what they read. Not everyone on that list was provided with a review copy. (Jason wasn't on the reviewer list, yet he claims to have gotten a copy of those first 10 chapters. You may have noticed we declined to use his endorsement above.) Those quoted wanted to be part of the fun and offered those quotes about the book.

**

There are several steps in the printing process. Every one of which could give us another surprise. The earliest possible shipping date is the first week of Feb. The last week of Feb. is more reasonable. Shipping takes a week from Illinois to Montana and California, then signing and packing, then another week to you. When we have a shipping date from the printer, we will know better.

Blessings,

JL

Blessings,

JL Vaughn
Beyond Creation Science

tom-g's picture

To Tim and JL,

I congratulate you on finally bringing your long journey to a successful completion. I know how difficult the job has been and the stress it creates particularly on your loved ones.

However, I do not understand many of the remarks that are being made. Unless Tim is repudiating the ideas and conclusions he has held in his previous book on this subject. There is no question that anyone who has studied, critically examined and rejected the arguments in the first book, must now keep an open mind to this new book as though it were the first time this information were being made public or that no one in the past has posed the same premises.

I appreciate the authors posting the Introduction and first chapter on their website. I plan to purchase my copy for my library at Truth Voice 2008, I will gain the additional advantage of having both authors on hand for both signatures at that time. In the mean time I am certain there will be more than one critical review written before then and maybe the authors will be able to respond to those criticisms at the conference.

Tom

JL's picture

Tom,

Thank-you.

No, Tim has not repudiated anything. Just better arguments for preterism and a local flood, plus a few hundred pages of stuff not topics not covered in the older editions, Babel, The Fall and Curse, and Covenant Creation.

So I'm certain you've not seen most of this, nor have Sam, Jason, and Roderick.

The only thing we regret about our development of Covenant Creation is we didn't read Don Preston's new revision of Who is this Babylon earlier. We took over 100 pages to develop what Don had already done in only 4. I don't think we will ever live that down.

We'll put you down for that copy. In the mean time I highly recommend Preston's book.

Blessings,

JL

Blessings,

JL Vaughn
Beyond Creation Science

Sam's picture

Hey Tim, send a copy, then we can do a show on it giving the "other side" - you know, like the postmodernist "dialogue" that everyone raves about...

Sam

MiddleKnowledge's picture

Sam,

In other words, you are committed to your YEC position no matter what the actual case in the book may be.

Why not read the book with an open mind first, and come to your conclusions about the topic after you have examined the evidence and thought through the comprehensive case? How can you know for certain that you hold "the other side" before you even read the book?

I look forward to doing a show with RCM after enough time has passed for all those interested in the topic to have read and digested the material thoroughly. That could actually turn out to be a productive show.

Blessings,

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

Sam's picture

I dunno, be open to the YEC position, Tim....

Sam

JL's picture

Been there, done that.

Blessings,

JL Vaughn
Beyond Creation Science

Starlight's picture

JL,

Yes returning to a YEC position is akin to asking a full Preterist to forget all he has learned and return to futurism.

Norm

Sam's picture

So much for an "open mind"! Wow, in seminary, I have never heard of the OEC or YEC until I met Tim Martin and Jeff Vaughn! I never knew there were OEC like Milton Terry in 1989! Wow, I had never read Augustine before meeting Martin and Vaughn! Copernicus who? Thanks guys for letting me know that OEC existed before Ellen G. White came along and screwed everything up! Brilliant!

Sam

Starlight's picture

Sam,

The question is obvious to anyone. Are you still open to dispensationalism and futurism just for the sake of appearing to be open minded? That is not a difficult or illogical premise to compare to your point.

Sam I would venture to say you have never heard of Tim and Jeff's version of Covenant Escatalogy put forward until recently. It has nothing to do with YEC and OEC versions that you are most aware of. Unless there was full Preterism being espoused in your seminarys you couldn't have seen this before. I also wonder how much you were paying attention to Milton Terry otherwise you might have written this book.

Blessings

Norm

Sam's picture

Norm, Norm, Norm,

A little history. In 1988 I met Walt Hibbard who operated Great Christian Books. He carried the titles Biblical Hermeneutics and Biblical Apocalyptics. I have the original re-issue of both those books. That is, since 1989 I read everything by Terry. In seminary, at Whitefield, 1994, I was delighted that their text book for Hermeneutics was, you guessed it, Biblical Hermeneutics, in which we had to write a comprehensive chapter summary on each section. I still have that and got an A. I rejected Terry's "apocalyptic" argument for Genesis, then, as I do now.

Move up in time a bit and I met Tim Martin at a conference somewhere around 2002 when he was handing out his original pamphlet/book. I saw that he drew heavily off of Milton Terry, quoting him numerous times. I suppose that Tim has some "new" things in this recent book, but at the bottom, at the core, Terry's view is there. I will read the book, no doubt, but don't sit there and act all righteous declaring that I must have an "open mind." The real question, the real test, is whether or not you guys are going to try squeeze out YEC from Full Preterism, creating yet another division within the ranks.

Sam

Starlight's picture

Sam said … “The real question, the real test, is whether or not you guys are going to try squeeze out YEC from Full Preterism, creating yet another division within the ranks.”

Sam, I hope that you and I both simply want the truth to be told even if it steps on a few sacred cows hooves.

Also we need not let these discussions become personal in nature. I will flat out state that I greatly admire the bulk of your scholarship and when I came into Preterism I relied upon some of your works and still find you a great asset to my continual learning. But I’m extremely passionate about what I view is the proper hermeneutical approach to Genesis and I will defend and assert that position aggressively. I’m truly sorry that I come across as possibly arrogant in my zeal but I’m sure the dispensationalist and futurist may have similar opinions about some of your writings.
Sometimes we have to let the chips fall where they may.

Blessings

Norm

MiddleKnowledge's picture

Sam,

I sent you the original book via mail after meeting you on Paltalk somewhere around 2002.

The first (full)preterist conference I have ever attended was in North Carolina in 2005. You were not present at that conference. I went back to the same conference the next year (in 2006) and gave you a second (2005) edition.

We are putting a case on the table. I'm confident everyone will hear what you think of that case (regarding the details) at some point in the future. I look forward to hearing the details of your criticism.

Blessings,

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

Sam's picture

Tim,

Appreciate the attitude. As for the details, I have been to so many conferences that occassionally names and faces get fuzzy. I started speaking at conferences at the last two Warren, Ohio ones. I still have that pamphlet! I, too, hope that we remain on cordial speaking terms. Congrats on your book.

Sam

Virgil's picture

I hope you remember what I look like...I am not the bald guy with a beard whos always smiling.

MiddleKnowledge's picture

Virgil,

I don't think anyone else got it. I am laughing my head off...

Just as long as no one confuses me with this guy:

http://beyondcreationscience.com/index.php?pr=some_guy_in_Montana

Blessings,

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

Ed's picture

Tim,
Is that your crazed evil twin? The one who lives with the Grizzly?

I think I remember that guy walking down the street in Ann Arbor MI naked. They locked him up.

:)

ed

ed

Papa is especially fond of us

MiddleKnowledge's picture

Ed,

I have a feeling that there will be plenty out there who would love to lock this guy up, too.

It was the original draft writing. Eat, sleep, conference with Jeff, add his material, chopping firewood for contemplative breaks, and no cutting any hair (or doing much of anything else).

Nov 20, 2006 - March 12, 2007.

Tim Martin,
www.beyondcreationscience.com

Ed's picture

So, you cut all that stuff off right before TruthVoice (when I actually met you) last year?

Was this some kind of Nazarite vow?

ed

ed

Papa is especially fond of us

MiddleKnowledge's picture

More of an experiment.

It was cut the day the first draft was complete. Neither the woman of the house nor the individual wearing it could stand it much longer.

You should try walking outside after a shower into 15 below temps like that. Three steps and it was like... uuuhhh... ... hmmmm... that is the weirdest sensation I have ever experienced in my life. The lips could move but the face was absolutely frozen in place. Try that sometime.

There are some interesting individuals out there who claim that if you don't have a beard you're not a "manly man." I remember something about Nero scratching his face, etc. Anyway, for those individuals concerned about such things, I can only say:

"This book has a beard."

Blessings,

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

KingNeb's picture

Tim,

Perhaps Sam is thinking that way because we've read the early manuscript and it didn't address the core issues.

I see 11 chapters have been added. We'll see.

i ordered one today.

thereignofchrist.com

MiddleKnowledge's picture

Jason,

Thanks for your order. I saw that earlier.

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

UncleJesse's picture

I can't wait to have the finished product in my hands. Looking forward to giving this book to a few of my "seeker" friends.

Jesse Ahmann

MiddleKnowledge's picture

You heretic.

Now they will stone you and burn you at the stake at the same time!

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

UncleJesse's picture

Yeah, you know me! This may ruin the Theology of the PCA organization. Maybe since they are forcing me to read anti-preterist material, I'll suggest they read your book.

JL's picture

Ouch. Are you actually dealing with a heresy trial?

Blessings,

JL Vaughn
Beyond Creation Science

UncleJesse's picture

You got it Jeff.
Here's the story, at a church gathering a year ago, I mentioned preterism to a few people at the party. I was brand new to the concept, and since it made scriptural sense, I didn't think it was a "dangerous" heresy. My pastor overheard a conversation, and later emailed me, concerned about how it effected my interpretation of the fleshly resurrection of the saints. I said spiritual, and now it's his mission to convert me back into the correct paradigm. I'm hoping this process doesn't go public, my wife and I are very invested in our church's community.

cellist@jesseahmann.com
Jesse

MiddleKnowledge's picture

Jeff,

I warned him before all this happened, but truth does strange things to people.

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

MiddleKnowledge's picture

You really do want to be double dog dead, don't you?

(Yeah, try saying that one really fast over and over...)

As you know, traditionalism rarely allows a two-way street. Good luck!

Maybe we should run a promo. First one to get excommunicated gets a free book! I think you might win that one; especially since you had the kahoonas to mention your church background in public. I like that.

Your friend,

Tim Martin
www.beyondcreationscience.com

JL's picture

Without you, this book would not be.

Without Norm, Jim, Mark, a couple of Mikes, Tami, and about 50 other people, this book would not be what it is. So thank-you all.

The real proof is in the impact. That will require time. Whitcomb and Morris' book took 10 years and 200,000 copies sold, along with the tireless efforts of hundreds of others, to make the entire evangelical church forget it's old-earth creationism and adopt the YEC scheme.

It will take something similar, even bigger, to get the modern church to forget their YECism and dispensationalism as thoroughly as they have forgotten what they once believed.

Thanks to all. Please book the Dayton Covention Center for Truth Voice 2018.

JL

Blessings,

JL Vaughn
Beyond Creation Science

Starlight's picture

I was Old Earth when Old Earth wasn’t cool: wasn’t that the way the C&W song went?

I spent years struggling with my Genesis understandings because I was still reading it with the physical eyes with which I was indoctrinated by contemporary religious dogma.

When I stumbled on to Tim’s article from a Google search two years ago I did not realize at first just what a mind blowing experience I would be in for during the next two years. It has taken me almost all that two years to come to the knowledge that is found in this one book. Tim and Jeff have performed a masterpiece in many ways and the religious world will never be the same.

Blessings

Norm Voss

Life14all's picture

It was at a PlanetPreterist conference several years ago that I first came across Tim's first book. It was the only book I brought home with me and I can't begin to explain the impact that $3.00 book had on my way of thinking at that point in my Christian walk.

God's timing is always perfect and it wasn't long afterwards that I became friends with Tim and Jeff and was involved in the artwork for this upcoming book. This is the main thing I want others here to know. This work has its foundation rooted in Scripture. I know first hand the time, sacrifice and research that went into its pages and the prayers that got them through.

My work was completed on this project just several weeks ago with the last original painting being completed. I know their character and the integrity in which they conduct their lives. This book reflects those traits.

Read Beyond Creation Science with an open mind. If you will be honest with yourself, it will challenge you to search the Scriptures even more.

That alone is worth the price of admission:-)

In Christ Victorious

Jim Kessler

PreteristArtist

Virgil's picture

Jim, I am sorry I forgot to also congratulate you on an awesome painting you have produced for this book. It's amazing and mind-blowing. You have an amazing talent and I am thankful you are using it to build up other believers and motivate folks to think about those important issues in a powerful, visual way.

Thanks brother!

flannery0's picture

woo-hooooo!!!!

Virgil's picture

Let me be the first to say "congratulations" to you guys. I know first hand how difficult a task like this can be and I am glad to see that you finished it and you finished it after much criticism and attacking. Congrats! :)

2008 will be yet another great year for Preterism! Praise God!

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