The Book of Jasher provides almost all the details about the Tower of Babel that believers in the Bible hold to be true. And it only gets 10.7% right. Consequently, most of what we believe about Babel is without biblical support. The reader should therefore ask, “So what does the Bible really teach?”
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.
How do we reconcile an old earth with the Bible? Even if we grant the world is very old, God’s creation of Adam and Eve is dated by the Masoretic Text to 6,000 years ago, and the Septuagint to 7,600 years ago. But what if there were “generation gaps” (or additional gaps in the chronologies supplied in Genesis 5 and 11? Does this “buy us time” so to speak and make anthropology and archeology coincide with what the Bible teaches? That’s a major subject in Rebooting the Bible, Part 2. The following article below is drawn from Chapter 2 of
I CONTINUE TO WORK DILIGENTLY. And I’m making steady progress toward completing the book. My goal is to have it in the market and available for purchase May 1.
I will continue to publish bits and pieces of what’s coming. For now, here is the Front Cover. Let me know what you think. It’s meant to complement RTB Part 1 and visually demonstrate that the content has been published in two parts and is vitally related.
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THE TRUTH WILL STOP YOU IN YOUR TRACKS. Protestant Christians in England and America must awaken to the truth about our Bible. The following article summarizes many of the things I’ve said in my books. It is the most important thing you’ll read this weekend… maybe this whole year.
Russian Bibles Are Very Different from American Ones. Here’s Why
Many people are surprised to find out that there are significant differences between Bibles in Russia, and most Bibles in America. Most English Bibles contain 66 books, while Russian Bibles traditionally contain more than 70.