FAQ 4


I’ve heard a few people say that the Book of Genesis has two contradictory creation accounts: the first in chapter 1 when God created the animals and then man. The other is in chapter 2 when he created Adam and then the animals. Which one is correct?

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The theory that Moses couldn’t have written Genesis because writing didn’t exist at that time has been discarded. But is there any more light to throw on the subject of who wrote Genesis?

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Terah, Abraham's father, was grieving for his son Haran. Terah, it seems, decided to stay in the northern Mesopotamian "city of Haran," (no connection with his son Haran) rather than carry on the journey to Canaan. The family were in the city of Haran for five years. The people of Haran served the same moon god as the people in Terah's former location, the southern

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I heard that King Amraphel, king of Shinar was probably identified as Hammurabi the Babylonian ruler. if they are the same person your chronology of Abraham's timeline doesn't agree. For instance, Abraham was born in 1906 BC. He was 86 years old when Ishmael was born, making the year 1820 BC but Hammurabi's reign started in 1792 BC? A good 32 years out. Any thoughts?

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Are there any corroborating writings that the garden of Eden ever existed? Sumerian literature and Genesis speak of the same location for the garden of Eden. We know roughly where the garden of Eden was because the Mesopotamians were prolific writers

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“Couldn’t God have caused all the trees in the garden of Eden to grow supernaturally fast, like he did with Jonah’s gourd.” Genesis gives us three pieces of information that will help us answer your question.

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When God said he was sorry that he'd made mankind because their thoughts were continually wicked (Gen 6) was he talking about the whole of the human race?

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Ann said “People used to live for a long time all those years ago didn’t they?”

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If Genesis chapter 1 speaks of Adam in a plural sense i.e. the bulk of humanity, and Genesis chapter 2 speaks of Adam (singular) in the garden why is Adam the individual relegated to chapter 2 seeing it is from him that Christ descended?

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Brian asked about Jesus believing that Adam and Eve were the first people because Jesus said in Mark 10:6-7 “from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and cleave to his wife.” Jesus also said in Matt 19:4-5 “Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?”

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Brian pointed out that Jesus believed that the world was only 4000 years old because Jesus said “Therefore this generation will be held responsible for the blood of all the prophets that has been shed since the beginning of the world, from the blood of Abel to the blood of Zechariah” (Luke 11:50-51). Jesus linked Abel’s death with the beginning of the world and Abel lived approximately 4000 years before Jesus was born.

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Sandy asked. “Can you help us out with a problem? How did Eve know she couldn’t eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil?”

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