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Lot's Fateful Choice - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - and they separated themselves the one from the other.” (Genesis 13:10-11) Some otherwise righteous folks are unable to handle wealth. Lot and Abram had become so wealthy “that they could not dwell together” (Genesis 13:6), and...
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...
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - man, and full of years: and was gathered to his people” (Genesis 25:8). With the words of our text, Abraham ended a life of faith, having walked in such close fellowship with God that “he was called the Friend of God” (James...
Genesis and a 'Wet' Sahara - Article
Brian Thomas, M.S. - ... of a once wetter Middle East are also consistent with the Genesis record. Consider that “Lot lifted up his eyes, and beheld all the plain of Jordan, that it was well watered every where, before the Lord destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, even...
The New, Old Commandment - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... humanity was charged with the commitment of marital love (Genesis 2:24), which is the earthly example of God's love for His church (Ephesians 5:25). Then as God codified His "rules" for those who would submit to His authority,...
Were Dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark? - Article
Brian Thomas, M.S. - ... representatives of each kind of dinosaur went on the Ark. Genesis also indicates that animals on the Ark had nostrils and lived on land, which dinosaur skulls and legs reveal.7 Fossils show that even the largest dinosaurs hatched from eggs not...
Archaeology Confirms Genesis, Job Climate - Article
Brian Thomas, M.S. - ... a wetter past. And probably not long before Job's time, Genesis records that when Abraham and Lot looked over the Jordan River Valley to decide where each would live, Lot commented it "was well watered everywhere."1 Well, not...
Genesis 13:10
... Lot lifted up his eyes, and beheld all the plain of Jordan, that it was well watered every where, before the LORD destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, even as the garden of the LORD, like the land of Egypt, as thou comest unto...
More Evidence of a Wet Sahara - Article
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - ... received more rainfall and had more vegetation than today. Genesis describes the region near the Dead Sea as "well-watered everywhere . . . like the garden of the LORD, like the land of Egypt as you go toward Zoar" (Genesis 13:10)....
A Well-Watered Land: Effects of the Genesis Flood on Precipitation in the Middle East - Article
Larry Vardiman, Ph.D. - ... However, no one has seriously considered the effects of the Genesis Flood. This author and Wesley Brewer modeled a tropical cyclone in the arabian sea for hot sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) and showed that a warmer ocean would produce...
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