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Ancient Civilizations - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar.” (Genesis 10:8, 10) The Bible is a book of history and has been remarkably corroborated by archaeology. There are other “bibles,” to be sure. One of the more famous is the...
Saints And Sinners - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... Abraham said that he was “but dust and ashes” (Genesis 18:27).David, “the sweet psalmist of Israel” (II Samuel 23:1), and “a man after [God’s] own heart” (I Samuel 13:14), said: “Behold,...
Genesis 10:8: Nimrod - Study Note
... Nimrod. Nimrod, the youngest and most illustrious son of Cush, was given a name meaning “Let us rebel!” and apparently trained by his father for this...
Job 10:8: fashioned me - Study Note
... in the record of Adam’s formation at the hand of God (Genesis...
The Dangers Of Compromise - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... the beginning God created the heavens and the earth" (Genesis 1:1). And not merely questioning the curious mechanics and unique events of the creation week, but debating the very words and message of that week. Even more—questioning...
Jonah 1:2: Nineveh - Study Note
... was, indeed, the greatest Assyrian city, founded by Nimrod (Genesis 10:8-12). Soon after Jonah’s time it became the capital of Assyria, the world’s greatest empire. It was situated by the Tigris river, on the east side, near the...
Genesis 10:8: Cush - Study Note
... Cush begat Nimrod. As the “son of Cush” (that is, “bar-Cush”) Nimrod probably was later deified and worshipped as Baccus by the Romans. As the founder of Babylon, he also later became the chief god of the Babylonians...
Pantheistic Evolution - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... spread around the world with the dispersion, as described in Genesis 11. It came to full flower in Greece, especially through the writings of Homer and Hesiod. The earth itself was known as the mother of all living things. The Greek goddess of...
Isaiah 18:2: scattered and peeled - Study Note
... son Nimrod, meaning “Let us rebel” (see note on Genesis...
Romans 1:25: creature more than the Creator - Study Note
... generations after the Flood, under the leadership of Nimrod (Genesis 10:8-11; 11:1-9), they rebelled against Him and proceeded to worship the forces and systems of nature instead of the God who had created all these things, assuming either that...
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