A Window into the Lives of Adam and Eve and Other Ancestors

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WestBow Press, Aug 19, 2010 - Fiction - 188 pages
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Ancestors is a fascinating series of both biblical descriptions and behind-the-scenes glimpses into the lives of Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, and on down the ancestral line to Noah and his family. Also revealed in each chapter are the lives of a rugged pioneering family making their way through much of the 1800s as part of one of the greatest human migrations in history.

“Terry interestingly weaves together parallel narratives involving his pioneer ancestors and a retelling of the Genesis story. In doing so, both sets of ancestors are thus presented in a way that puts these people’s lives into a day-by-day perspective.”

—Wayne Clark, Bible Teacher and “Minister in the Marketplace”

“Thank you for allowing me to read your historical fiction manuscript, Ancestors. I found it very interesting!”

—Dr. Richard Lee, founding pastor, First Redeemer Church, and general editor, The American Patriot’s Bible

 

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Even ancient theologican were conscious of the need to place Adam and Even in the garden of Eden, not Adam and Adam, in order to prevent humans from becoming extinct!
Socially, and legally, however
, that did not hold true since the effects of social and legal organization around primogeniiture pretended that it was Adam and Adam, not Adam and Eve who were there.
Today, as if awakening from the deep sleep of Rip van Winkle, looking back, we can appreciate the faulty organization of a world that recognizes only men's rights in such things as education, economic progress, etc.
Placing women in such a "static frozen" system doesn't appear to be, in a pure sense, of what God intended by placing Adam and Eve there, however. We may be living in a social fantasy of extremely ancient origins.
 

Contents

In Beginning
1
Chapter 2
17
Chapter 3
29
Chapter 4
37
Chapter 6
49
Chapter 7
55
Chapter 8
63
Chapter 9
69
Chapter 12
87
Chapter 13
93
Chapter 14
99
Chapter 15
105
Chapter 17
115
Chapter 18
125
Chapter 19
131
Chapter 20
149

Chapter 10
75
The Wages of
81
Chapter 21
157
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Having nearly lost his life twice before his eighth birthday, Terry Dodd struggled through much of his adult life in coming to learn that God is in control. He and his wife Helga make their home in the Atlanta area. His interests include not only the writing of his books, but a Christian newsletter, a humor-in-juggling ministry, and service on a hospital auxiliary board.

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