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91. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... mentioned above. For example, the statement that the world was created in six days could be admitted as fiction provided an inner significance could be found and adhered to that was concerned to teach us the real truth about things. In this case, according to the biblical theologians, the underlying truth contained in these words from the book of Genesis is that God created the world. The idea that the early biblical narrative tends to be allegorical, i.e . consists of fictitious narrative which is the vehicle and means of conveying inner truths, is the basis of modern catechesis. In my view, the transition from the Church's rigid insistence on the truth of the scriptural narrative ...
92. Geological Genesis [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992 No 2 (Jan 1993) Home | Issue Contents ARTICLES Geological Genesis by Harold Tresman Introduction The article The Primordial Light? ' (SIS Review II:2 ) investigated the mythology surrounding the planet Saturn. It was proposed that such mythology indicates that Earth was once a satellite of what is now known as Saturn. A catastrophic disruption of this Saturnian system led to radical changes in the conditions on Earth. We intend to investigate whether our present knowledge can uphold our support for such a view of Earth History. Part 1 - The Golden Mesozoic Age Thesis: - We propose that Earth was a satellite of Saturn, or more ...
93. The Organization of the Solar System, Part II: A Galactic Capture Hypothesis [Journals] [Aeon]
... spin momentum in our solar system (Sun, Jupiter, and Saturn). On the one hand, the difficulties of the nebular hypothesizers escalate steeply with the realization that six planets have spin rates in pairs. On the other hand, the difficulties of the fiat creationist escalate as one realizes that the planets acquired spin in pairs even as Genesis teaches our planet acquired animals in pairs. On the basis of probability, the nebular hypothesizer is nearly overwhelmed, however, and calls upon the need for four billion (+ ) years in which to acquire this "chance" pairing. (To many in the scientific community, any incredibly unlikely event can be explained if an incredibly long ...
94. The Genesis of the Jerusalem Scripta [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol IV No 2/3 (Winter 1979/80) Home | Issue Contents The Genesis of the Jerusalem Scripta An Autobiographical Chapter Dr Immanuel Velikovsky WHEN IN APRIL, 1974, I passed through the Hague, Holland, I visited the patrician building in which the old publishing house of Martinus Nijhoff is housed and took a few copies of the parchment edition of the two volumes of Scripta Universitatis* (" Mathematica et Physica" and "Orientalia et Judaica"), that they had stored for me by then for a full fifty years. In the fall of1923, before leaving Europe to settle for the next fifteen and a half years in Palestine ...
95. Cosmic Imagery Prom the Time of Joseph [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Contents Cosmic Imagery Prom the Time of Joseph Brendan O'Gheoghan TO all intents and purposes, the famine that lasted for seven years in the time of Joseph seems to have been a natural enough occurrence. We hear that it was widespread, affecting Egypt, Phoenicia, Arabia and Palestine (1 ). There are no indications from the text of Genesis of anything extraordinary that might underlie this famine. Nor does Josephus mention any concomitant plagues, celestial events, or archangels. In the legends collected by Ginsberg there is hardly a hint of anything amiss in the time of Joseph. However, suspicions are roused on reading a rather curious, and on the surface, far-fetched story to which ...
96. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of Aristotle as being the most suitable vehicle in which to express Christian theology, agreed with Aristotle that on purely philosophical grounds, there was no need to posit any kind of beginning to the universe, but maintained that such a beginning must be accepted since it was part of Christian Revelation as witnessed by the first chapter of the Book of Genesis. Since the work of H. S. Bellamy, IN THE BEGINNING GOD, which was written in the 1930s and was based on the work of the catastrophist Hans Hoerbiger (1890s) and more recently the work of our own Dr Velikovsky, even this bastion of Christian belief is no longer acceptable since, according to Catastrophist theory ...
97. Untitled [Journals]
... ] Briarley, Derel: Oera Linda Book [Review V1998n1] Burgstahler, Albert W.: El-amarna Letters and the Ancient Records of Assyria and Babylonia [Pensee Ivr05] Burgstahler, Albert W.: Nature of the Cytherean Atmosphere [Pensee Ivr06] Calneggia Frank, Paul Money and Damien F. Mackey: Critical Re-appraisal of the Book of Genesis [Workshop W1987no1] Cardona, Dwardu: "Let There Be Light" [Kronos Vol0303] Cardona, Dwardu: Ankh [Kronos Vol0703] Cardona, Dwardu: Archangels [Kronos Vol0802] Cardona, Dwardu: Baalim [Kronos Vol1003] Cardona, Dwardu: Beginning of Time [Aeon Vol0305] Cardona, Dwardu: Bet Shulman [ ...
98. The Genesis of a Symposium [Journals] [Pensee]
... From: Pensée Vol. 4 No 2: (Spring 1974) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered VII" Home | Issue Contents The Genesis of a Symposium Walter Orr Roberts, astronomer, atmospheric scientist, and a past-president of the AAAS, was the first publicly to suggest a symposium on Velikovsky's controversial works. After reading a copy of the first issue in Pensee's "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered" series, Roberts wrote to editor Stephen L. Talbott (18 July 1972): Perhaps the AAAS could be interested in holding a symposium on scientific logic using the Velikovsky case as a specific study. Perhaps the symposium should be narrowed down to a smaller point, in order to try to ...
99. Indra and Brhaspati (Forum) [Journals] [Kronos]
... Velikovskian scholars, and find it most refreshing. I should just like to pick up one or two minor points from Cardona's "Jupiter - God of Abraham", Part II. Towards the end of the article (Vol. VII:2 , p. 51), Cardona remarks on a "discordant note" in the narrative of Genesis 15. The events of Genesis 15 take place just after Abram's battle with the four kings of Shinar. Abram has a vision: "After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision, saying: Fear not, Abram, l (am) thy shield, thy reward shall be exceedingly great." ...
100. The Establishment of Gradualism [Books]
... impacts of such bodies (see chapter 1), the astronomers Victor Clube and Bill Napier have gone so far as to claim that `catastrophism is uniformitarianism' [6 ]. With all this in mind, let us go on to consider the historical development of geology and evolution. Myth, cosmogony and pre-nineteenth century catastrophism According to the Genesis account of creation, God spent the first three days separating first Day and Night, then Heaven and Earth, and finally Land and Sea. On the fourth day the Sun and Moon were formed (raising the question of what Day was like before the Sun was created, an issue which has no doubt been discussed at length in ...
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