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The Land of Uz - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... (Job 1:1) Uz was a son of Aram and a grandson of Shem (Genesis 10:22-23). Shem’s first son, Arphaxad, was born two years after the Flood, and his remaining sons would have been born in some reasonable sequence thereafter, probably...
Did the Euphrates Flow before the Flood? - Article
Brian Thomas, M.S. - ... that the Flood destroyed Earth’s surface. However, Genesis 2 says that a river named Euphrates flowed before the Flood, even though a river with that same name currently flows through Syria and Iraq. Three biblical details resolve this...
The Blood Of Abel - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... brother’s blood crieth unto me from the ground” (Genesis 4:10). Abel was the first of multitudes through the centuries whose blood has been shed because of their witness for divine righteousness (note I John 3:12). This...
Genesis 25:3: Sheba - Study Note
Keturah, seem to have been named after two grandsons of Cush (Genesis 10:7), although Shem also had a great grandson named Sheba (Genesis 10:22,24,25,28). One of these, probably the Cushite, evidently became the ancestor of the Sabaeans, and the...
Job 32:2: Elihu - Study Note
identify, it is possible that Buz was Abraham’s nephew (Genesis 22:21), and that the Buzite family was a unit in the tribe descended from Aram (assuming Ram is the same as Aram), one of the sons of Shem (Genesis 10:22-23). Since Uz was a son...
Genesis 10:22: Lud - Study Note
... Lud. According to Josephus, Lud was the ancestor of the...
Genesis 10:22: Elam - Study Note
... Elam. Elam is the ancestor of the Elamites, who later merged with the Medes (descendants of Madai) to form the Medo-Persian...
A Call to Arms for Conservative Christian Science Educators - Article
Steve Deckard, Ed.D. - ... f. The Fall in Genesis 3 has affected the human mind. Limited because of its finiteness, the mind is further clouded by the effects of sin and wrong...
Job 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
... to Job Except for the first eleven chapters of Genesis, which almost certainly were originally written by Adam, Noah, the sons of Noah, and Terah, then eventually edited by Moses (compare with “Introduction” to Genesis), the...
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- ... Bible Conferences, etc.Daily Radio Program, “Back to Genesis”Weekly Radio Program, “Science, Scripture, and Salvation”Monthly Newsletter, Acts & Facts (Free on Request)Daily Devotional Guide, Days of Praise (Free on...
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