Csu’s online bookstore, the Lad Bible, has been featured in numerous publications and in numerous websites in recent years.
Its publisher, the publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, says its book, A Biblical View of Evolution, is a “biblical study of biblical truth and what God has revealed in the Bible.”
The Lad has been in print since 1987.
It has sold about 7 million copies, according to a company press release.
The Lad is part of the Bible College Network, which has about 1,400 chapters across the country, and is supported by several Baptist churches and organizations.
Its online book, Science and the Bible, also is part-funded by the Baptist Convention.
“This is the kind of book that you want to go on, and that’s the Bible,” said Craig Sibley, a retired college chaplain and a senior fellow at the Southern Baptists’ Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
“The Bible is the word of God, and it’s an essential part of Christian faith.
If it wasn’t there, you’d have to be a hypocrite to think that evolution is a science.
And that’s what I don’t think is biblical.
I think it’s science.”
In a statement, the Baptist Church said it was saddened to see a book that “is a biblical study of Bible truth and science.”
But Sibleys work with Csu and others to spread the gospel of the Gospel through his book is important to his ministry, said his wife, Joanna Sibleyt, who is also a member of the Baptist clergy.
“We are not interested in getting involved in the politics of this.
We are interested in teaching people to think in a biblical way,” Joanna said.
She added that she hoped the Lad would encourage her and others in their faith to “share our truth and love others.”
“I have to say I’m happy we’ve gotten a little closer to the goal of the book and its goals,” Joana said.
“But I think what it does is create a sense of hope that God is on our side. “
I don, personally, think we are,” she said.”
But I think what it does is create a sense of hope that God is on our side.
I don, personally, think we are,” she said.