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Moved With Fear - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... never yet even “caused it to rain upon the earth” (Genesis 2:5). Noah was “a preacher of righteousness” (II Peter 2:5), to an unbelieving world for at least 120 years (Genesis 6:3), “while the ark was a...
An 'Impossible' Task? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... coming judgment was given 120 years in advance of the Flood (Genesis 6:3). Let’s assume that Noah had the full 120 years warning. Next, consider that in the immediate post-Flood time, man probably had remarkable intelligence, because early...
The Great Divider - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... from the waters which were above the firmament” (Genesis 1:4,7). When God first created man, they walked together in sweet fellowship, but then sin came in and made a great division between man and God. Nevertheless, “when we were...
Genesis 11:10: hundred years old - Study Note
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... Japheth was born one hundred years before the Flood (Genesis 5:32; 7:6). Shem was evidently a few years younger than Japheth (called “the elder” in Genesis 10:21). Ham was still younger. He was called Noah’s...
How Could Noah Have Built the Ark All by Himself? - Article
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John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... civilization in the days of Noah would come in 120 years (Genesis 6:3). When He told Noah and instructed him to build the Ark (6:14-16) is unclear. But let's assume that Noah had the full 120 years warning. Noah's three sons began...
All Nations Under God - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - for "the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full" (Genesis 15:16). Similarly, when God was ready to terminate the period of time allowed Sodom and Gomorrah "because their sin is very grievous," He agreed to spare them if there...
Genesis 5:32: begat Shem - Study Note
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... triplets. Japheth is later called “the elder” (Genesis 10:21) and Ham the “younger son” (Genesis 9:24). However, Noah was five hundred years old before any of these sons–who were the ones who chose to go with him on...
Genesis 6:3: hundred and twenty years - Study Note
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... not yet been born and God’s specific commands to Noah (Genesis 5:32; 6:10,13,21) not yet...
Genesis 11:26: begat Abram - Study Note
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... type of notation had been used for Noah’s three sons (Genesis 5:32), the first-named son was not the oldest, so Abram could possibly have been younger than one or both of his...
Genesis 25:32: at the point to die - Study Note
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... it! Esau, literally, “despised his birthright” (Genesis 25:34). The amazing thing is that most modern Christians, like Isaac, tend to “love Esau,” and regard Jacob as the culprit in this transaction. Jacob, of course,...
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