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1. Tiglath-pileser versus Pul: A challenge to the accepted view [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History XIV:2 (July 1992) Home | Issue Contents INTERACTION Tiglath-pileser versus Pul A challenge to the accepted view A. P.McIntyre The identification of the Assyrian king known as Tiglath-Pileser III in conventional history with the Assyrian king known as Pul in the Bible is taken as proven by almost all authorities, including the most adamant Bible scholars and theologians. That this concept is not correct is the subject of this brief essay. This article is taken from a chapter in the book "Bible 7, History 0" by this author. (Winston-Derek Publishers, Nashville, Tenn.) The misidentification of Tigiath-Pileser III with Pul is due primarily ...
2. Velikovsky and Catastrophism: A Hidden Agenda? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... significant new light. To deduce Velikovsky's stance vis-a-vis Judaism, we begin with a number of conditions that exerted strong pressure upon him. The first and most obvious is the scientific climate in Europe in the last half of the nineteenth century. In a word, if Lyell and Darwin were correct about the history of geology and biology, the Bible was false. If speculation about the size and age of the universe, the distances of stars and the structure of heavenly systems was correct, the Bible was false. To those who believed that science and mathematics would provide a mechanistic deterministic concrete description of all events and beings, the Bible was false. It therefore need hardly be ...
3. The Biblical 40-Years Periods [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2001:2 (Jan 2002) Home | Issue Contents The Biblical 40-Years Periods Introduction This preliminary study of the Bible numbers is part of a wider investigation into the quality of evidence used for chronological purposes. There are two minimum requirements which must be met before anything reported as written on ancient tablets, monuments, or papyri can be regarded as a fact. The first is an audit of the translation and the second is convincing independent supporting evidence. The numbers contained in ancient historic texts are much easier to translate than names of people and places but may be harder to verify. It is especially important therefore to consider them carefully before ...
... . Cyril B. Courville, has been a source of profound encouragement in the many vicissitudes encountered in the progress of this book. TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume I Chapter Page I The Scriptural Accounts of the Exodus and Related Events 1 II The Date of the Exodus in Israelite Chronology 6 III Difficulties in Locating the Exodus Background Within the Limits of Bible Chronology 16 IV The XIXth Dynasty Exodus Theory: Its Advantages and Weaknesses 40 V Further Difficulties in Archaeological Interpretation from the Era of the Conquest 61 VI Archaeological Difficulties Disappear with a Redating of Early Bronze IV 77 VII The Outlines of a New Chronology Emerge 100 VIII The Contribution of the Hebrews to Ancient Culture 105 IX Who was the Pharaoh ...
5. Velikovsky and Catastrophism: A Hidden Agenda? [Journals] [Aeon]
... light. To deduce Velikovsky's stance vis-a-vis Judaism, we begin with a number of conditions that exerted strong pressures upon him. The first and most obvious is the scientific climate that existed in Europe during the last half of the nineteenth century. In a word, if Lyell and Darwin were correct about the history of geology and biology, the Bible was false. If speculation about the size and age of the universe, the distances of stars and the structure of heavenly systems was correct, the Bible was false. To those who believed that science and mathematics would provide a mechanistic deterministic concrete description of all events and beings, the Bible was false. It therefore need hardly be ...
6. History and Prophecy; You can Understand the Bible; History and Cosmology (Ads) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History XIV:1 (Jan 1992) Home | Issue Contents ADVERTISEMENT History and Prophecy; You can Understand the Bible; History and Cosmology History and Prophecy: A Study In the Post-Exilic Period Large monograph 108 pages 11" X 8.5 "cerlox binding. History and Prophecy: A Study in the Post-Exilic Period (ISBN 0 - 921436 - 00 - 9) is now available for only $20.00 U.S . which now INCLUDES FIRST CLASS postage for North America and for $25.00 Overseas. Send to: House of Nabu, 44 Pendeen Avenue; Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6N 2P3 ADVERTISEMENT You CAN Understand ...
... 17 II Section of Inscription from Ur Showing the Use of the Chariot 17 III The Polychrome Fresco from Ghassul 170 ABBREVIATIONS TO REFERENCES CITED A-AP Albright, W. F., The Archaeology of Palestine. Penguin Books, 1960. AASOR Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research. A-RDBL Albright, W. F., Recent Discoveries in Bible Lands. Supplement to Young's Analytical Concordance, 1955. BA The Biblical Archaeologist. B-AB Barton, George, Archaeology and the Bible, 4th ed., 1925. B-AKA Budge, E. A. W., Annals of the Kings of Assyria. B-ARE Breasted, J. H., Ancient Records of Egypt. BASOR Bulletin ...
8. Possible repercussions of 'The Bible Unearthed' [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2002:2 (Feb 2003) Home | Issue Contents Possible repercussions of The Bible Unearthed'Phillip Clapham In The Bible Unearthed by Israel Finkelstein and Neil Asher Silberman (see review, p. 56), a great deal of credence is given to literary and textual criticism by scholars such as Van Seters, Thompson, Davies and Lemche. The question of Biblical textual criticism has been merrily bubbling away behind the scenes for years. Strangely, it has rarely overflowed into the consciousness of ordinary people and revisionists have generally dismissed it. They do not question the authenticity of the Bible during the Monarchy: it is considered a reliable historical ...
9. Sequence and events [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... first half of the 18th century BCE. Joseph lived and worked in Egypt during the reign of Sesostris III. Clark: Please cite your sources for that statement James: Sesostris III is given by Diodorus to have been conqueror and ruler of nearly the whole world and he brought peoples of many lands back to Egypt in great numbers. The Bibles states that Joseph became governor second to none which means he later became Pharaoh. The only need for a governor with as much power as Joseph was invested in is an absent Pharaoh. Sesostris III took a 9 year campaign with most of that time outside Egypt. In Joseph's Egypt placing large populations in the cities of Egypt was a ...
10. Heinsohn and the Hyksos (An Answer to Martin Sieff) [Journals] [Aeon]
... available evidence, modern scholars doubled these five empires to 10, thus bringing ancient history into line with Biblical chronology and preserving a cornerstone of western civilisation. Martin and I strongly supported Heinsohn's work on Mesopotamia as well as Velikovsky's Ages in Chaos revisions for Egypt. At first I agreed with Martin that Heinsohn's Mesopotamian revisions could be reconciled with Velikovsky's Bible based chronology. But gradually my doubts grew stronger. Martin's reconstruction of ancient history places the Exodus at the end of the Early Bronze, ca. 1500 BCE. Heinsohn was giving 1500 BCE as the beginning of the Early Bronze, and hinting that he intended to lower this key date even further. The crisis came when Heinsohn- ...
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