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Tower of Babel : the cultural history of our ancestors

著者: Bodie Hodge
出版商: Green Forest, AR : Master Books, [2012]
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The Tower of Babel : The Cultural History of Our Ancestors reveals our shared ancestry as never before! Many are familiar with the Biblical account of Babel, but after the dispersal, there was a void beyond Biblical history until empires like Rome and Greece arose. Now, discover the truth of these people groups and their civilizations that spread across the earth and trace their roots back to Babel as well as to the  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Bodie Hodge
ISBN: 9780890517154 0890517150
OCLC号码: 835630721
描述: 263 pages ; 23 cm
内容: Introduction --
How do you pronounce Babel, anyway? --
What kinds of specific attacks are there? --
Is this really a biblical authority issue? --
The biblical account --
Isn't there a contradiction between Genesis 10 (world having multiple languages) and 11 (world having one language)? --
Why were the people disobedient? --
When did the scattering occur? --
Where did the scattering occur? --
Was the Tower of Babel built or not? --
What was the purpose of the Tower of Babel? --
What did the Tower look like? --
Did all ~7,000 languages today come out of Babel? --
What about extra-biblical tables of nations and genealogies that go back to Noah? --
Was Nimrod in charge of forcing a rebellion prior to the events in Genesis 11:1-9? --
Did the continents split in the days of Peleg? --
By what means did those scattering from Babel travel? --
Where did all the people go initially? --
What about Asia, the Americas, and Australia? --
Were Noah's three sons triplets? --
Did those listed in the account of the Tower of Babel have other children after they left Babel? --
Did people really live those great ages from Creation well past the Tower of Babel? --
What about the decrease in ages? --
What about ancestor worship? --
Are there any extra-biblical accounts of a language split? --
The origin of writing --
What was the original language ... and how was Moses able to read such texts when he wrote Genesis? --
Was Pentecost a reversal of what happened at Babel? --
Why is biblical authority so important on this issue? --
Conclusion : Seeing Christ at Babel? --
Appendix : Date of Job.
责任: Bodie Hodge.

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The Tower of Babel : The Cultural History of Our Ancestors reveals our shared ancestry as never before! Many are familiar with the Biblical account of Babel, but after the dispersal, there was a void beyond Biblical history until empires like Rome and Greece arose. Now, discover the truth of these people groups and their civilizations that spread across the earth and trace their roots back to Babel as well as to the sons and grandsons of Noah. Many of today's scholars write off what occurred at the Tower of Babel as mythology and deny that it was a historical event. Beginning with the Biblical accounts, author Bodie Hodge researched ancient texts, critical clues, and rare historic records to help solve the mystery of what became of the failed builders of Babel. For the purpose of defending the Bible, Hodge presents these and other vital historical facts surrounding this much-debated event. Teens and older can use this layman's reference for Biblical classes, ancient history, apologetics training, and to realize their own cultural connection to the Bible.

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