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The Language of God in History reinterprets history and archeology within a biblical framework. It also refutes the atheistic humanism behind modern archeological, scientific, and historical viewpoints. Archeological evidence is then re-examined through a biblical worldview, revealing how many ancient buildings appear to have originally been designed not to worship Pagan deities, but the one true God. By deciphering the Language of God hidden in these ancient structures, some startling conclusions are drawn concerning the spiritual teachings of the godly people before the Flood - especially the prophet Enoch. The pyramids of Egypt's Old Kingdom are particularly examined as possible storehouses of antediluvian spiritual and scientific wisdom. Next, using facts found in the Bible and the Book of 1 Enoch, the Nephilim, and the possible causes of the Great Flood are explored, as well as the swift Post-Flood devolution of mankind into sin - as Noah and Shem's righteous witness were forgotten, paganism spread across the globe, and Yahweh's truths were gradually perverted - just as they had been prior to the Flood. Finally, the rise and fall of ancient Israel, the facts behind their migrations in the Diaspora, and the re-immergence of Israel in modern times is discussed in preparation for the study of biblical prophecy in the final book of this series.
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- Used Book in Good Condition
|Manufacturer:||Pillar of Enoch Ministry|
|Brand:||Brand: Pillar of Enoch Ministry|
|Publisher:||Pillar of Enoch Ministry|
|Studio:||Pillar of Enoch Ministry|
|Item Weight:||2.55 pounds|
|Item Size:||1.62 x 9.21 x 9.21 inches|
|Package Weight:||2.55 pounds|
|Package Size:||6 x 1.8 x 1.8 inches|
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By Oxford University Press
ean: 9780199233366, isbn: 0199233365,
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