A Scientist's View of the Bible and More (Google eBook)

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WestBow Press, Jan 1, 2011 - Religion - 208 pages
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This work contains an attempt at an examination of the text of the Bible from an unemotional and scientific point of view. Since God created everything, one can be assured that He did so in a way that He saw fit. It therefore occurs to the author that God may have done things and may continue to do things in a manner that makes use of His creations. This Bible study is written from that point of view. It is not an attempt at theology. The author concludes from this study that the text of the Bible is undoubtedly completely accurate from a scientific perspective.
  

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Contents

Aarons Sons and Taberah
1
Ark of the Covenants Construction
15
Burning Bush
28
Elisha
42
Genealogies to the Split Kingdom
56
Jerusalems End Salvation
71
Jerusalems Rescue
72
Leviticus Foods
85
Pauls Miracles
112
Quails Alone
127
Sons of God
140
Temple Dedication
147
The Pillar
162
The Tower of Babel
175
Conclusion
188
About the Author
207

Methuselah
99

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