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Rightly 'Dividing' the Word about Peleg - Article
Various Authors - ... the “division” of languages, noted in both Genesis 10:5 and Genesis 10:32, the same as the “division” of the earth, noted in Genesis 10:25, for which Peleg was named? If the “division” Peleg was named for...
What Happened in the "Days of Peleg"? - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... of the most interesting passages in Genesis is that found in Genesis 10:25, where it mentions an individual named Peleg, and says, "in his days was the earth divided."The word translated "divided" is used only a few...
It Is Enough - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... son is yet alive: I will go and see him before I die” (Genesis 45:28).When someone exclaims, “It is enough,” either a requirement has been satisfied, or a need has been fulfilled, or a limit has been reached. This phrase...
The Ice Age and the Scattering of Nations - Article
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - ... dispersal. Journal of Creation. 30 (2): 54-59. Genesis 9:1, 11:9; Snelling, A. A. and M. Matthews. 2013. When Was the Ice Age in Biblical History? Answers. 8 (2): 46-52. Genesis 8:17. Holt, R. D. 1996. Evidence for a late...
The Ice Age: Causes and Consequences - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... water from the "fountains of the great deep" (Genesis 7:11) and frictional heating by shifting continents, etc. Warmer water evaporates much more rapidly than cold. The immediate post-Flood time was marked by frequent major...
Genesis 10:25
... unto Eber were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg; for in his days was the earth divided; and his brother's name was...
Genesis 10:25: the earth divided - Study Note
... most likely, the traumatic upheaval at Babel. A division in Genesis 10:5,32, is mentioned, where the division is “after his tongue.” Nimrod was in the same generation as Eber, and this is the only place in the Table of Nations where...
Rapidly Forming Oil Supports Flood Timeframe - Article
Tim Clarey, Ph.D. - because bitumen, the pitch or tar Noah used to caulk the ark (Genesis 6:14), comes from sedimentary rock.”2 However, as Dr. Henry M. Morris III pointed out, the Hebrew word used in this verse, kopher, doesn’t literally translate as...
Numbers 24:24: perish for ever - Study Note
... may exist in modern Iraq. Eber was an ancestor of Israel, (Genesis 11:16-26), but since Balaam was not directing his prophecy against Israel, it may have been against the descendants of Eber’s other son, Joktan (Genesis 10:25-30). These...
"But seek ye first the kingdom of God" - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... principle has its foundation in the Dominion Mandate of Genesis 1:28, to care for God's creation. The lifestyle requirement extends to our use of that which God has given us (Matthew 25:15-28; Luke 19:13-25) and to the service we give to...
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