By Henry M. Morris

Critics of the doctrine of production frequently try and marginalize the nice truths of God's artistic acts. the truth, besides the fact that, is that construction is pointed out in all the Bible's sixty six books. this can be one of many nice overlooked truths of the trendy Church. faraway from being a trivial factor, or one who should be interpreted many alternative methods, God's list of production screens a fabulous and transparent consistency all through. From the symphony of the production week in Genesis, to the promise of a brand new heaven and a brand new earth in Revelation, the Bible speaks of a contemporary, six-day construction of the universe. A revered student, the overdue Dr. Henry M. Morris spent over six a long time learning God's observe, and his commentaries enriched the religion of many. during this notable ebook, Dr. Morris examines either the recognized construction account in Genesis, in addition to lesser-known references, similar to Ezra and Colossians. Biblical Creationism is a devastating reaction to the Bible's critics. Henry Morris, Ph.D. , (deceased) earned the identify, "The Father of recent Creationism," via together with his quite a few writings concerning the creation/evolution debate. He used to be a revered scientist and wrote, textbook writer and the founding father of the Institute for construction learn in California.

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Noah wrote that “the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually” (Gen. 6:5). Many commentators in modern times have proposed the rationalistic interpretation that “the sons of God” and “daughters of men” were actually merely “the sons of Seth” and “daughters of Cain,” and that their unions were simply mixed marriages of believers and unbelievers. Such an idea, while more amenable to our modern naturalistic environment, is certainly not the obvious meaning of the text — Noah could easily have said “sons of Seth” if that were his intent.

Quite probably Abraham and Joseph also contributed indirectly to these records, even though their names are not attached specifically to one of them. In any case, the records were somehow transmitted to Moses. My purpose in this chapter is to discern any references to the creation or other events of primeval history in these remaining chapters of Genesis and the other books of the Pentateuch. The first specific reference is in Genesis 13:10: “And Lot lifted up his eyes, and beheld all the plain of Jordan, that it was well watered every where, before the Lord destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, even as the garden of the Lord, like the land of Egypt.

10). He did not live as long as his ancestors, but he did make it to age 602 (Gen. 11:10–11) and outlived his father, Noah, by 152 years (compare Gen. 9:28, 11:10–11). , the Table of Nations), he recorded the names of some of the descendants of Japheth to the third generation, some of Ham’s descendants to the second generation, and some of his own descendants to the fifth generation. Shem began his tablet by simply continuing the previous tablet, for which he had also been largely responsible. ” Shem then tied his additional record to this by saying: “And unto them were sons born after the flood” (Gen.

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