A Traveling Physician

Last month in InSite, we featured the blog of a PhD scientist, wife, mother, and champion of God’s Word, Dr. Georgia Purdom. This month we turn to a true Southerner, physician, husband, father, speaker, musician, photographer, and—most importantly—lover of Scripture.

Dr. Tommy Mitchell wants you to travel the country with him—from the Atlantic seaboard to the byways of Indiana—as he explains with wit and deep insight the reason for death and suffering, the truth about dinosaurs, the importance of Genesis, and more. He’ll introduce you to some of the people he meets along the way—both supporters and skeptics—and share the amazing stories from the road. Here are just a few notes from his journeys:

There is something very special about being able to minister at the museum. It gives me a chance to meet so many people who support our ministry and believe in what we stand for. It is also an opportunity to interact with people who do not understand our message, or those who are openly hostile to the young-earth creationist position. [from “Museum Speaking”]
I just returned from a seven-day rafting trip down the Colorado River. It was terrific! This was my third trip to the Grand Canyon, and I must say it is the deepest hole a boy from Tennessee ought to ever find himself in. [from “In the Bottom of a Very Deep Hole!”]
I was able to speak once a day for the entire week, focusing on the core message of Answers in Genesis. That message is, of course, biblical authority. I was able to spend lots of time answering questions. Several people came to me and remarked that they were greatly encouraged that my messages were so evangelistic. They were thinking that the talks were going to be only about creation versus evolution. “You kept leading us back to Jesus!” was the sweetest comment of the week. [from “Away in Pennsylvania”]

Be sure to drop by Dr. Mitchell’s blog for the latest adventures. And also be sure to catch the new series Dr. Mitchell has been working on, Arguments Christians Shouldn’t Use, which runs each Tuesday.

In Store: A Personal Look at the Effects of the Curse

In this inspirational new book, God and Cancer, Tim draws on his battle with leukemia in an effort to provide hope, peace, and understanding for those who have been diagnosed, or have a loved one that has been diagnosed with cancer.

“You have leukemia.” With those three words, Tim Chaffey’s life changed forever on July 12, 2006. How could he, a Bible-believing Christian, deal not only with the physical ailments of cancer, but also the spiritual ramifications of suffering?

In this inspirational new book, God and Cancer, Tim draws on his battle with leukemia in an effort to provide hope, peace, and understanding for those who have been diagnosed, or have a loved one that has been diagnosed with cancer. This unique new book gives the biblical answer to the problem of suffering and evil and reveals from the Bible why Adam’s fall is the only legitimate explanation.

This firsthand account from a cancer survivor provides an emotional look at the impact of a sin-cursed world—and the hope we have in our Savior.

God and Cancer is for anyone who has or is experiencing the dreadful impact of this painful plague or any other difficult trial that life has to offer. Dr. Tommy Mitchell authored the final chapter in this book to provide a doctor’s perspective on this disease.

(Tim Chaffey has recently joined Answers in Genesis as an editor and writer for the web.)

Question of the Month

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