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The authenticity of the Book of Genesis : a study in three parts

Author: Bill Cooper; Creation Science Movement.
Publisher: Portsmouth, England : Creation Science Movement, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This book shows why Genesis can be trusted to speak about origins. In this single volume Dr Bill Cooper takes on the challenge of the globally accepted media's opinion of the Scriptures we call the Bible. He argues from hard evidence that the Bible is historically accurate throughout -- in everything, prophetical, geographical, linguistic and doctrinal. So whether you come to its perusal from jeering atheism or a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comparative studies
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Cooper; Creation Science Movement.
ISBN: 9780950209081 0950209082
OCLC Number: 859521400
Description: 423 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Part one : The antiquity of Genesis --
Introduction --
The critics --
The critics and the Book of Genesis --
The 'mystery' of the Toledoth --
Genesis and the 'Babylonian' epics --
Sun, moon and stars --
Pre-Flood geography and the present tense --
The Temptation and Fall of man --
Genesis 5 and the Sumerian king list --
The antiquity of the Genesis calendar --
The Tower of Babel --
The Table of nations --
Abraham --
The kings of Genesis 14 --
The Melchizedek of history --
The antiquity of the pre-Mosaic laws and customs --
Joseph and Egypt --
The proven antiquity of Genesis --
Appendix one : The Babylonian epic of Creation (Enuma Elish) --
Appendix two : The cuneiform inscriptions and the kings of Genesis 14 --
Bibliography to The antiquity of the Book of Genesis --
Special appendix : The early writing of the gospel --
Bibliography to Special appendix. Part two : Flood traditions from around the world --
Introduction --
Modernism : its rise and methods --
George Smith and the Flood --
'Go to Nineveh, that great city ... ' --
Further correspondences --
Interlude : the first and second laws of Frazer's dilemma --
Why not a local flood? --
Ancient Egypt and Africa --
Ancient Persia (Iran) --
India and Eastern Asia --
China and the Book of Genesis --
Australia and New Zealand --
The Pacific islands --
Russia, Europe and Scandinavia --
South and Central America --
The Inca, Toltec, Aztec and Mayan traditions --
The North American continent --
Conclusion --
Appendix : The Chaldean account of the Deluge --
Bibliography. Part three : The Genesis Flood tablet --
Introduction --
The battle begins --
What exactly is the Epic of Gilgamesh? --
One amongst many --
A Hebrew cuneiform tablet about the Flood --
The Genesis Flood tablet --
A cry of fraud! --
Epilogue.
Responsibility: by Bill Cooper.

Abstract:

This book shows why Genesis can be trusted to speak about origins. In this single volume Dr Bill Cooper takes on the challenge of the globally accepted media's opinion of the Scriptures we call the Bible. He argues from hard evidence that the Bible is historically accurate throughout -- in everything, prophetical, geographical, linguistic and doctrinal. So whether you come to its perusal from jeering atheism or a longing to know how your own conviction of its truth can be substantiated, read on. Be challenged and be completely reassured. God's Word is true! Part One of this book deals with the antiquity of Genesis, showing how each of its component parts is considerably older than any of the sources proposed for it by the modernist school. Part Two deals with the pre-Christian Flood traditions that are found around the world, which together present a formidable body of evidence for the truth of Genesis when it speaks of the Flood of Noah. Finally, Part Three draws the reader's attention to a certain clay tablet which makes nonsense of the modernist claim that the Flood account found in Genesis is modelled on or derived from the Epic of Gilgamesh or any other proposed source. We call it here the Genesis Flood Tablet. - Publisher.

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