Larry D. Booher’s Newly Released “Origins: Speak to the Earth” Unravels a Different Perspective on the Subject of Evolution

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“Origins: Speak to the Earth” from Christian Faith Publishing author Larry D. Booher is a compelling study that gathers information arranged and organized to share scientific evidences that agrees with Scripture—showing an alternative to the evolution theory.

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“Origins: Speak to the Earth”: a brilliant discussion that compiles studies that support the subject of creation science. “Origins: Speak to the Earth” is the creation of published author Larry D. Booher, a public high school teacher for thirty-six years. He also served as a sponsor of the school’s chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Now retired, he currently lives in Bristol, Tennessee.

Booher writes, “‘Origins: Speak to the Earth is an anthology of scientific evidence supporting a creation / global flood / young earth worldview. It is written primarily for students as an alternative to the theory of evolution.

“‘God himself formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he did not create it a waste place [he created it not in vain], he formed it to be inhabited.’ (Isaiah 45:18)”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Larry D. Booher’s new book is an in-depth read through pages that inform everyone, especially students, about a different point of view to the theory of evolution. This publication relies on the work of other brilliant creation scientists who brought massive understanding of science and the world.

View a synopsis of “Origins: Speak to the Earth” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Origins: Speak to the Earth” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Origins: Speak to the Earth,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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