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131. In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy [Books]
... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents [ CD-Rom Home ] In the Beginning: God A New Scientific Vindication of the Cosmogonic Myths in the Book of Genesis By H. S. Bellamy CONTENTS Introduction Hoerbiger's Theory The Creation of the Earth- General Remarks The Creation of the Earth- the First Account The Creation of the Earth- the Second Account The Creation of the Earth- the Third Account The Origin of Mankind The Creation of Woman The Repeopling of the Earth Fragments of Myths of Culture Heroes The Loss of Paradise and the Fall, of Man The Great Flood- General Remarks The Great Flood- the Myth in Genesis ...
132. Culture Heroes (Moons, Myths and Man) [Books]
... fruits, and other things. He did not eat of their food, however. After his day's work among them he returned to his palace in the ocean [his ark?]. After him there appeared six other beings who gave great revelations to men. An echo of the culture-hero motif seems to be preserved in the Bible in Genesis ii. 8- 9, where we read: And the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden. ' The loss of Eden (at the capture of Luna: cf. iii. 24: a flaming sword which turned every way', the tail of the new satellite is described) was accompanied by a marked decline in ...
133. In Search of the Exodus [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... pastoralists and smiths, the Kenites inhabited both Palestine and north Arabia. 1 Chronicles 2:55 reads, "these are the Kenites that came of Hamath the father of the house of Rechab . . ., " a fragment of genealogy haphazardly included by the chronicler and linking the Kenites with Ham (math) and the Canaanites. In Genesis 15:19 the Kenites are listed as a major tribe of Canaan and were probably living in Canaan when the Israelites arrived, and also in the Negev when others entered with the southern tribal group of Judah, Simeon, and Levi. The ark of the covenant,  apparently a portable shrine, is assumed to have ...
... up the Past. Penguin Books, 1953. W-FK Woolley, L., A Forgotten Kingdom. Penguin Books, 1953. W-HP Weigall, A., A History of the Pharaohs, 1927. W-M Manetho, Translated by Waddel, 1956. WM-GF Whitcomb, J. C., and Morris, H. M., The Genesis Flood, 1961. W-RD Willis, E. H., Radiocarbon Dating, Chap. 2 in BH-SA. W-RFMK Winlock, H. E., Rise and Fall of the Middle Kingdom, 1917. W-S Wright, G. E., Shechem, 1965. W-SHAE Weigell, A., A Short History of Ancient Egypt ...
135. Implications for Chronology if Certain 'Historical' Characters are Mythological [Journals] [SIS Review]
... American teacher of cultural anthropology, is the author of Martian Metamorphoses, The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion and The Many Faces of Venus and has published many articles on mythology and archaeoastronomy Introduction Despite the fact that the 21st century is well under way, hardly a year goes by without some US senator introducing a bill to teach the Genesis version of life-history in the nation's public schools - as if Moses' version is every bit as valid as Darwin's. Although there is much entertainment value in watching political leaders embarrass themselves through increasingly desperate and disingenuous attempts to placate the Far Right we are, after all, talking about the education of our children not to mention future educators ...
136. Biblical Pentapolis or Midianite Cities? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... ." In other words, the "positive evidence" which he himself acknowledges is judged insufficient to support my position. What evidence did he supply then against my position? Vaninger feels that the nature of the desolation at Bab edh-Dhra' and the other four sites discovered by Rast and Schaub does not fit the type of destruction that the Genesis narrative describes in relation to the Cities of the Plain. According to John Osgood, whom Vaninger quotes, the nature of the destruction at the discovered sites is "far closer to that which would be reaped by human agency." Yet, earlier, Vaninger himself stressed the similarity between this destruction and that which characterizes the widespread annihilation ...
137. Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part II [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... in Scripture of the period of the Divided Monarchy, which was characterized by a progressive deterioration of the political, social, economic, and religious situation. 7. The Age of the Patriarchs For many years W. F. Albright developed and defended the theory that MBI was the archaeological period that corresponded to the era of the Patriarchs of Genesis 12-35.(62) Although his theory was accepted by several close associates it was viewed with reservations by most scholars. Thompson's lengthy critique of Albright's theory and the closely allied "Amorite Hypothesis" will surely further decrease the popularity of associating MBI with the Patriarchal age.(63) For our present purpose we wish to focus on ...
138. From Creation to the Death of Isaac [Books]
... lived to be exceeding old; for when he had lived virtuously one hundred and eighty-five years, he then died. ENDNOTES (1 ) Since Josephus, in his Preface, sect. 4, says that Moses wrote some things enigmatically, some allegorically, and the rest in plain words, since in his account of the first chapter of Genesis, and the first three verses of the second, he gives us no hints of any mystery at all; but when he here comes to ver. 4, etc. he says that Moses, after the seventh day was over, began to talk philosophically; it is not very improbable that he understood the rest of the second ...
139. The Revelation of John (Moons, Myths and Man) [Books]
... vision of the end of this heaven and this Earth, and the making of a new heaven and a new Earth. While the opening verses of the Old Testament are made obscure by their paucity of description, the closing chapters of the New Testament dazzle us by their extreme wealth of imagery. Many persons have expounded the creation myth in Genesis; the end of the evil old Earth and the rise of a glorious new one, in Revelation, cannot boast one staunch champion to date. It has been regarded as religious fiction, as belonging to a large class of strange literature called apocalyptic, with the chief difference that it represents a rounded-off whole while most of the other ...
140. Replies to Lasken and Rees [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... 1992) Home | Issue Contents INTERACTION Replies to Lasken and Rees Tamara Futterman To Mr. Rees: To say Goshen is Avaris may provide an interesting hypothesis to support my belief that the Hyksos were the Ancient Hebrews. Goshen was given to Joseph and his family so they could move from Canaan into Egypt. Masoretic Texts, Holy Scriptures. Genesis: 47:4 . let thy servants dwell in the land of Goshen". In Genesis, ibid, 47:6 "And Pharaoh spoke unto Joseph saying .. . in the land of Goshen let them dwell." Due to lack of space, it is not possible, at this time, to delineate the very ...
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