No doubt, one of the most intriguing characters in the Old Testament is Nimrod, son of Cush, and grandson of Ham. His name often comes up as the archetype of the Antichrist. It turns out that when we dig into the story surrounding Nimrod, there is much more we can say about his importance than just speculating he is the figure who appears again in “the last days” as the Antichrist (“who was, is not, but will be again,” Revelation 17:8). The following post is drawn from REBOOTING THE BIBLE, PART 2, Chapter 4.
In a recent post that got a lot of attention, I spoke about three different view on what caused the world to be divided and for the peoples of the world to scatter, post-Flood. The usual position is that the incident at the Tower of Babel was the cause. When the Tower was supposedly knocked down, the city was abandoned, and the peoples went there separate ways, the world after the Great Flood of Noah, was replenished with humans, all from the sons of Noah, sometime after the Ark came to rest (estimates vary from 100 to 300 years afterward).
In this article drawn from the first book in a two part series, I provide an overview of what is discussed in PART 2 of Rebooting the Bible. This introduction was provided in PART 1. Obviously this illustrates that the two Parts of the story were known from the outset of the effort and are complementary. PART 2 IS NOW OUT! Readers are showing strong interest in the book. My thanks to you.
You should find this quick introduction helpful in deciding whether you want to get your copy of PART … Read More
The following article is taken from Chapter Two of Rebooting the Bible, Part Two.The topic focuses on which ancient source supplies the correct, authentic timeline of Genesis 1-11, that tells us the biblical witness for all the great storylines of the opening chapters of the Bible. The Protestant and Catholic Bibles rely upon the conventional Jewish version, The Masoretic Text (MT). The Greek Orthodox Bible (and the Bible used by the early Church for its first 500 years) builds upon the Septuagint (LXX). When analyzed closely, we see there are dramatic differences in the timelines for when the Flood … Read More
The book is nearing completion, Only the introduction and the final chapter must be completed. I am sending the book out to reviewers now to enable them to comment near the time of the book’s release. For those of you anxiously awaiting the book, which I believe is the best thing I’ve written to date, I’m sharing with you the outline of the first 8 chapters.
Again, one more chapter to write and that will be on the subject of whether or not there was a Pre-Adamic race, evidence for a “high civilization” before Genesis 1, and a possible scenario