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... Courtesy of G. P. Putnam's Sons, Publishers, New York. Obelisk at Heliopolis Vultures From the Temple at Karnak. From "Egyptian Archeology" by G. Maspero. Translated into English by Amelia B. Edwards. Published by H. Grevel & Co., London. Egyptian Symbolical Head-dress Watching Over Eden From "The Natural Genesis" by Gerald Massey. Published by Williams & Norgate, London. The Tat Cross Adapted by Berenice Langton. A Village in Punt "From Mariette's Deir-el-Bahari'." From "Egypt and its Monuments," by Amelia B. Edwards. Courtesy of Harper & Bros., Publishers, New York. The May Pole From " ...
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... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God VI The Creation of the Earth- the Third Account In the fourth section of this book we have discussed the marvellous creation account contained in the first chapter of the Book of Genesis. In the second chapter another creation account is presented which is as dissimilar from the first as is possible. Not only is there a sharp change in diction but, chiefly, a most profound difference in sentiment. One of the changes in diction may partly be perceived even in the translation, while in the first chapter of the English Bible the deity is addressed as God ...
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... important problem; in future issues as we date Shishak, Moses, and Abraham we will also date Joseph more closely. The Famine This remarkable text [see Bibliography] describes a terrible famine which took place in the reign of Djoser, a king of the IIIrd Dynasty, and lasted for seven years. Budge, Ixi The Book of Genesis describes a similar seven-year famine in Joseph's time. Genesis 40-50 The Pharaoh Djoser sends a royal dispatch to the South: This is to inform thee that misery has laid hold upon me, upon the great throne. My heart is grievously afflicted by reason of the exceedingly great evil, because the Nile hath not come forth in my time ...
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14. A Tale of Two Mountains: Ararat and Sinai [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , portraying himself as the new Noah. This article illustrates the Flood-Exodus parallelisms and ultimately draws the conclusion that the reason why Mount Sinai was revered as the mountain of God', even prior to the Exodus (cf. 3:1 ), was because it was the mountain upon which Noah's Ark had landed. A: Comparisons Between Genesis and Exodus Moses, who compiled Genesis from the series of family histories (Toledoth) of his illustrious forefathers [1 ], was apparently also very conscious - when writing his own story in the rest of the Pentateuch - of the content, language and structure of Genesis. Simple examples of this are identified below, followed by a ...
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... ] This section will demonstrate that opportunities for extensive contact between the early Israelites and Egyptian civilization did indeed exist. In order to illustrate that in many cases Israelite scribes tended to emulate Egyptian literary tradition and style, various Israelite literary works will be explored and compared with those of Egypt. The P or Priestly [5 ] creation account in Genesis 1 will be compared to the "Memphite Cosmogony" as inscribed on the Shabaka Stone. [6 ] The story of "Joseph and Potiphar's Wife" found in Genesis 39 will be studied in light of the "Tale of Two Brothers" as written on the Papyrus D'Orbiney. [7 ] The account of Joseph's interpretation of Pharaoh's ...
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... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God XIII The Great Flood- the Myth in Genesis Let us first consider the Flood Myth. In its essentials, shorn of all literary by-work and unnecessary repetitions, it runs of all literary J as follows: (vi. 11) The earth .. . was corrupt .. . and .. . filled with violence. (13) And God said .. . (17) .. . I do bring a flood of waters upon the earth .. . and every thing that is in the earth shall die. (vii.10 ...
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... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God X Fragments of Myths of Culture Heroes In the second and third chapters of the Book of Genesis there are a few fragmentary passages, mythological splinters, which are very interesting, the more so as they are so rare. Externally, that is, judging from their literary mannerisms, they belong to the J' material of Genesis, into which they have been neatly dovetailed. Internally, however, that is, regarded from the scenes they describe, they are absolutely different from the context. These passages do not describe creation at all. Their god' ...
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... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2002:1 (Jul 2002) Home | Issue Contents Genesis and The Origin of Species David Salkeld This paper is based on a talk given by David Salkeld at the SIS Study Group meeting in November 2000, transcribed by David Roth About 20 years ago I came across a remark of Velikovsky re the Biblical record before the flood. He added a throwaway sentence [1 ] to the effect that the creation stories in the opening chapters of Genesis belong to a much later, post-deluge period. He didn't say what led him to that conclusion. My aim is to show why I think he was right. I was further prompted by ...
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19. The Ark Myth [Books]
... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents In the Beginning: God XIV The Ark Myth The account of the deluge in the Book of Genesis is given exclusively in the words of P', probably chiefly because there was no sufficiently authoritative alternative version available for the redactor to draw upon. With regard to a special aspect of the Great Flood, however, namely the way in which a group of people saved themselves from the watery death, both the P' and J' material contained a version. The redactor laid both under contribution and selected a number of passages which seemed to him of interest and importance. These ...
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... From: In the Beginning: God by H. S. Bellamy CD Home | Contents IN THE BEGINNING GOD NOTES Note 1 - The cosmogonic myths of the Book of Genesis have at all times aroused man's curiosity, but interest in them has always been frowned upon. Again and again the caution was given in ancient Jewish commentaries to refrain from inquiring into what was before the earth was'. The Jews roundly forbade the discussion of such problems in public and in groups. The Talmud decreed (Hagigah ii. i) The creation lore is not to be taught before more than one disciple' for obvious reasons. Another regulation was that the student had to crouch, ...
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