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1. A Critical Re-appraisal of the Book of Genesis, Part Two [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1987 No 2 (Jan 1988) Home | Issue Contents A Critical Re-appraisal of the Book of Genesis, Part Two by Damien Mackey, Frank Calneggia and Paul Money Part Two: Moses as Compiler of the Book of Genesis In Part One we looked at the structure of the Book of Genesis, and found that the key to the structure of the first book of Scripture was to be found in the repetitious phrase, "These are the generations ( 'Toledoth') of..." Now, in Part Two, we shall be examining Genesis from the linguistic point of view. It will be shown that Egyptian exerted considerable ...
2. Chaldean Account of Genesis [Books]
... Text to be formatted | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] Full PDF online at the Internet Archive Chaldean Account of Genesis George Smith Containing THE DESCRIPTION OF THE CREATION, THE FALL OF MAN, THE DELUGE, THE TOWER OF BABEL, THE TIMES OF THE PATRIARCHS, AND NIMROD; BABYLONIAN FABLES, AND LEGENDS OF THE GODS; FROM THE CUNEIFORM INSCRIPTIONS. OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ORIENTAL ARTIQUITIES, BRITISH MUSEUM, AUTHOR OF HISTORY OF ASSURBANIPAL, ASSYRIAN DISCOVERIES, ETC. ETC. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS SECRET DOCTRINE REFERENCE SERIES THE "NEW PHILOSOPHY"THE present age is as deficient in philosophy as was the age of Plato in knowledge of science. It follows therefore, that ...
3. A CRITICAL RE-APPRAISAL OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1987 No 1 (Sep 1987) Home | Issue Contents A CRITICAL RE-APPRAISAL OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS by Damien F. Mackey, Frank Calneggia and Paul Money Introduction This working paper, based on the theses of P. J. Wiseman and Professor A. S. Yahuda, aims to introduce the reader to an approach to the study of the book of Genesis which is altogether different from the one usually encountered in modern Biblical commentaries. It is not different for difference's sake: the writers are simply convinced that a synthesis of Wiseman's and Yahuda's brilliant ideas succeeds in unravelling the "problem" of the book of Genesis. This, ...
4. A Potential Historical Connection for the Death and Burial of Jacob in Genesis [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History XIII:1 (Jan 1991) Home | Issue Contents A Potential Historical Connection for the Death and Burial of Jacob in Genesis William H. Shea Introduction In the Bible the patriarchal age ends with the death and burial of Jacob. There follows after that event a historical vacuum from the end of the book of Genesis to the beginning of Exodus. According to the chronology given in Genesis 15 and Exodus 12:40, that historical vacuum, during which we know little of the Israelite people in Egypt, covered approximately four centuries, the length of their Egyptian sojourn. If we were able to date the closing event for the patriarchal age ...
5. The Creation of the Earth -- General Remarks [Books]
... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God III The Creation of the Earth- General Remarks As I have pointed out before, there is nothing in the creation accounts in the Book of Genesis, nor in any other myth of that: type, which actually refers, or may even be construed to refer to absolute creation' that is, creatio ex nihilo, of everything that exists. (Note. 4) The priests', or rather, scribes or literati, who are supposed to have written up the creation account which so monumentally opens the Bible, were apparently careful enough not to ...
6. Introduction (In the Beginning: God) [Books]
... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God I Introduction The Bible begins with the Book of Genesis. The Book of Genesis starts with a group of cosmogonic myths, that is, myths dealing with the subject of genesis' proper: the coming into existence of man and his world. This monumental mythological introduction is followed somewhat abruptly, by a mass of comparatively much weaker folk-loristic anti pseudo-historical material which purports to describe the beginnings' of the Jewish people. This latter material though interesting from many points of view is outside the pale of this book. To the discussion of the former from new angles ...
7. Resurrecting Genesis: Displacing the Failed Theory of Naturalistic Evolution, by John R. Hadd (Book Review) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2005 (Sep 2005) Home | Issue Contents Resurrecting Genesis: Displacing the Failed Theory of Naturalistic Evolution, by John R. Hadd Dorrance, 2002. Reviewed by David Salkeld Hadd's is an interesting and learned challenge to orthodox Darwinism without surrendering to fundamentalist creationism. ' (Walker Percy, quoted on the cover). It is a fair comment. However, a section headed Two Goals' in chapter 1 says: The first objective of this review is a revamping of [US] public school treatment of the subject of origins and Earth's record of life'. Ten lines later we find: The second goal is to revamp public ...
... ,, if he was alive. Tis a dangerous thing to engage the authority of Scripture in disputes about the natural World, in opposition to reason; lest time, which brings all things to light, should discover that to be evidently false which we had made Scripture to assert: and I remember St. Austin in his exposition upon Genesis, hath laid down a rule to this very purpose, though he had the unhappiness, it seems, hot to follow it always himself. The reason also, which he gives there for this rule, is very good. and substantial: *For, saith he if the Unbelievers or Philosophers- shall certainly know us to be ...
... Media, Armenia, and Persia. And men there beyond say that all the sweet waters of the world, above and beneath, take their beginning from the well of Paradise; and out of that well all waters come and go." 7 Various writers and map-makers of the same age seem very evidently to have identified the Paradise of Genesis with the island of Ceylon. Even to this day a mount near the centre of the island bears the name of "Adam's Peak." According to Mohammedan tradition, this was only so called because it was the place where Adam alighted when cast out of the true celestial Paradise in heaven. Nevertheless, Christian tradition or legend long ...
10. The Creation of Woman [Books]
... | Contents In the Beginning: God VIII The Creation of Woman As we have seen in the preceding chapter it is a peculiar trait of many of the myths describing the creation of mankind that, only males were first called into existence. The women were created later in other ways, and out of other materials. In the Book of Genesis the myth of the creation of woman runs as follows: (ii. 21) The Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam .. . And he took one of his ribs .. . (22) And the rib and brought her unto the man. We cannot here enter into a discussion of what considerations ...
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