World History From Adam to Noah

Friday,August 22, 2014

Is there a logical timeline of world history that fits into a roughly 6000 year span rather than millions and millions of years as taught in most history books?  We think so. . .

 

In the beginning, the world, all living things, and humans were purposefully designed and created by God, along with everything needed to sustain life and the universe.  This was approximately 4000 years before the time of Jesus’ earthy ministry.

 

The first man and woman, Adam and Eve, appeared on earth fully formed and mature. They did not gradually evolve from ape-like animals. Nor did they need millions of years to learn a language or how to make and use tools. All of this was built-in knowledge, somewhat like a computer with built-in programs. (more…)

The True Source of Ancient World Maps

Wednesday,February 5, 2014
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Picture from New Leaf Publishing Group

 

The True Source of Ancient World Maps

Maps of places all over the world began appearing as early as the 1300s. The maps included portions of North and South America, Central America, Antarctica, and Asia. Historians familiar with the maps have suggested luck, an unsolved mystery, and even space aliens as the sources for them. However, there is a logical explanation that begins with an account of history recorded in the Bible. There is every indication that a worldwide flood actually occurred about 4000 years ago, destroying the entire population of the earth except for Noah and his family.

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What Do Ancient World Maps Tell Us?

Saturday,February 1, 2014

What Do Ancient World Maps Tell Us?

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Author: Charles H. Hapgood
Published By: Souvenir Press
London

“In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” This was a little jingle my teacher taught the class when we were studying American history to help us remember an important date. We were told that this was the year when seaworthy ships first began to cross the Atlantic Ocean and explore new worlds. It was assumed that accurate surveying and mapping methods were not used by earlier civilizations. Another assumption found in most history texts is that the earliest humans were ape-like cavemen who gradually, over hundreds of thousands of years, learned to talk, develop tools, build houses and ships, and become civilized.

In 1492, some of the known regions of Europe and Northern Africa were not well surveyed, and maps of these areas were often inaccurate. When accurate maps of yet undiscovered parts of the world began to show up, these assumptions were challenged. So, how did Turkish admirals and other come to possess maps of places all over the world that were drawn during the 1300s AD through the 1500s AD and later? (more…)

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Dr. Carolyn Reeves is the co-author of several elementary textbooks in the

Investigating the Possibilities

series, and the author of

Understanding Science While Believing the Bible. Read more.

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