Author: Roger Oakland
Copyright: 2011
Format: Book - Softcover
ISBN: 978-0-9846366-9-3
MSRP: 13.95
Publisher: Lighthouse Trails
Size: 221 pp
Weight: .7

Let There Be Light (Oakland)

$ 13.00

Roger Oakland heads to university with the morals and values of his Christian parents intact. When he enters school, he believes in God as a Creator, but soon exchanges this for Darwinian evolution. After graduation, he begins teaching biology (with an emphasis on evolution) at the same university. Challenged one day by a young Christian student, Roger mocks the whole idea of Creation and God.

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.

Contents:

  1. Let's Call Him Tyler
  2. In the Beginning
  3. Death of a Conscience
  4. Summer of Change
  5. The Dedicated Instructor
  6. Gods in Disguise
  7. Only a Pickled Fetus
  8. The Sting of Death
  9. A Damascus Road Experience
  10. Called to Witness
  11. The Oakland Raiders
  12. "Go Tell it on the Mountain"
  13. Tyrannosaurus Rex
  14. Good Morning, Russia
  15. Like a Lamp Into the Darkness
  16. Pain Too Great to Bear
  17. Another Spirit and the Road to Rome
  18. The Darkest Place on the Planet
  19. New Age or Age-Old Lie?
  20. Countering the Counter Reformation
  21. Life, Death of a Vision, and Beyond
  22. Putting on the Armor of Light

Roger Oakland is an author and lecturer and the founder of Understand the Times International. His easy-to-understand teaching style communicates to people of all ages and backgrounds. Over the past twenty-five years, he has lectured at numerous churches, conference, universities, and educational facilities in over fifty countries.