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The Lord Will Provide - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... this day, In the mount of the LORD it shall be seen” (Genesis 22:14). Abraham had just passed the most severe of tests. He had been willing to offer up his beloved son Isaac as a sacrifice to the Lord. He must have wondered why God...
Worshipping God - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... lad will go yonder and worship, and come again to you” (Genesis 22:5). We tend to think of “worship” as singing, or testimonies, or hearing a message. This could hardly be the meaning in our text, however, for Abraham was...
Worshiping God - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... lad will go yonder and worship, and come again to you" (Genesis 22:5). We tend to think of "worship" as singing, or testimonies, or hearing a message. This could hardly be the meaning in our text, however, for Abraham was...
The Meaning of "Day" in Genesis - Article
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James Stambaugh, M.DIV. - ... length of the "days" of creation in Genesis has involved a major controversy in Biblical interpretation among evangelicals for over 150 years. Many have sought to redefine the term in light of the naturalistic presuppositions of...
God's Library - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... Library provided much of my documentation for our book, The Genesis Flood. Now we have our own ICR Research Library, and all of the ICR scientists (certainly including myself) are finding it extremely useful. But we need to realize that God...
The History and Impact of the Book, "The Genesis Flood" - Article
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John C. Whitcomb, Ph.D. - ... Genesis Flood has been a life-changing experience for its authors, even since 1961 when our book was published. My highly esteemed and long-time friend, Henry M. Morris, co-author of The Genesis Flood, joins me in giving praise to God for...
Genesis 11:19: two hundred and nine years - Study Note
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... In any case, even if genealogical gaps do exist (in either Genesis 5 or Genesis 11, for that matter) they could only involve a few generations at most; in no case could they be stretched sufficiently to accommodate the evolutionist’s...
Hebrews 11:19: able to raise him up - Study Note
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... had assured his servants that he and Isaac would return (Genesis 22:5), even though he fully intended to slay Isaac in obedience to God, simply because he believed God. Thus, even in a time when no one had ever been raised from the dead,...
Exodus 2:3: ark of bulrushes - Study Note
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... simply, “box-like container.” Noah’s ark (Genesis 6:14) was overlaid and inlaid with “pitch,” Moses’ ark with “slime and pitch,” and God’s ark of the covenant with “pure gold”...
Preserving the Words of God - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... For example, the KJV translates the Hebrew male in Genesis 1:28 as "replenish" instead of its normal meaning "fill," thus allowing compromisers to accept pre-Adamites, the geological ages, and even evolution. There are a number of such...
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