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Assuming genesis is required, and 11 is required, the following results were found.

  • A Report on the Genesis 5 and 11 Research Project: Updated July 27, 2018

    J.H. Whitmore, pp. 117–132. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship. New Developments 1. Kainan (Luke 3:36; Genesis 11:13 –14) While researching larger, “big picture” questions about Gen 5/11, I have continued collecting information about...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4350-a-report-on-the-genesis-5-and-11-research-project-updated-july-27-2018
  • A Biblical Understanding of Personhood Based on Genesis 2:7

    At the core of the issues regarding the decisions to terminate life, whether in the unborn or terminally diagnosed, is the issue of 'personhood'. The decisions are often troubling and the overall issue has generated much confusion for caregivers and an...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2651-a-biblical-understanding-of-personhood-based-on-genesis-27
  • Making Sense of the Days of Peleg

    full generations after the division of the languages at Babel (Gen. 10:25) even though that event is not described until Genesis 11:1–9. As I have said, this follows normal Hebrew arrangement where a bird’s eye view of an event often is first given and...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2887-making-sense-of-the-days-of-peleg
  • Who Were the Sons of God in Genesis 6?

    That is, men renowned for their infamy and “idolized” for it. (We can see a revival of this rebellious way in Genesis 11:4, “let us make us a name.”) On the other hand, a true believer should “humble himself under the mighty hand of God who will exalt...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2690-who-were-the-sons-of-god-in-genesis-6
  • Creation or the Flood? A Study of Several Passages of Scripture

    I frequently take part in online discussions where the subject is some aspect of reconciling science and Scripture. These interactions frequently raise the issue of how to interpret certain passages of the Bible. After all, if our understanding of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/2964-creation-or-the-flood-a-study-of-several-passages-of-scripture
  • The Duration of the Israelite Sojourn In Egypt

    in current events surrounding the Exodus (cf. Lv 10:4; Nm 3:30; 16:1). For examples of this phenomenon elsewhere, cf. Genesis 11:26, 32; 12:4; 46:16–18, 24–25. [xvii] An alternative view is that there is only one Amram, thus leaving the parents of Moses...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3228-the-duration-of-the-israelite-sojourn-in-egypt
  • Genesis 11

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/tag/genesis-11
  • The Genesis Flood: An Interpretive Key to the Past

    Excerpt For centuries, the Biblical Flood described in chapters 6–8 in the book of Genesis was considered global, cataclysmic and historical. Since the late 18th century, however, the historicity of the Flood has come under constant attack, and is now...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/4028-the-genesis-flood-an-interpretive-key-to-the-past
  • Associates for Biblical Research Statement on Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical Chronologies

    this subject was never an area of focus for our research staff, ABR has always believed in the historicity of the Genesis 11 patriarchs. The general view of the ABR staff has historically been that there was some fluidity (gaps) in the genealogical data...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/about/neareasternstatement
  • Methuselah’s Begetting Age in Genesis 5:25 and the Primeval Chronology of the Septuagint

    We are pleased to announce the publication of a new article, "Methuselah’s Begetting Age in Genesis 5:25 and the Primeval Chronology of the Septuagint: A Closer Look at the Textual and Historical Evidence." This article appears in the 10th volume of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4348-methuselah-s-begetting-age-in-genesis-5-25-and-the-primeval-chronology-of-the-septuagint
  • Science and the Bible: Friends or Foes?

    the earth was divided,' which grammatically indicates no connection exists between it and the Babel event described in Genesis 11 (see also http://abrdev4.client1enktesis.com/post/2014/11/25/Revisiting-the-Peleg-Event.aspx). Finally, failing to...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3934-science-and-the-bible-friends-or-foes
  • Setting the Record Straight on the Primeval Chronology of the Septuagint (Part 3)

    from either author. e. I argued that the methodology C&C used biased the conclusion in favor of the MT (especially in Genesis 11), but I did not accuse them of deliberately employing a biased methodology in order to reach a pre-determined outcome. A...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4357-setting-the-record-straight-on-the-primeval-chronology-of-the-septuagint-part-3
  • Insights from the Animal Kingdom on the Scope of Noah's Flood

    Some who claim to be biblical Christians nevertheless refuse to accept the straightforward sense of Scripture in every case. In particular, many who are steeped in the sciences say that it is impossible, scientifically speaking, for the Earth to have...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/3815-insights-from-the-animal-kingdom-on-the-scope-of-noahs-flood
  • Rocking the Boat, Part Two: The Hydrological Model of the Flood

    I wrote 'Rocking the Boat: The Value of New Ideas' for the May 2011 issue of the ABR Newsletter. It stirred up a surprising number of comments! It is gratifying to see people actually read and thoughtfully consider the information ABR provides. Such...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/3169-rocking-the-boat-part-two-the-hydrological-model-of-the-flood
  • The Case for the Septuagint's Chronology in Genesis 5 and 11

    Many biblical scholars who interpret the genealogies of Genesis 5 and 11 as yielding a continuous chronology from Adam to Abraham claim the Hebrew Masoretic Text (MT) preserves the original begetting ages for the patriarchs. The MT’s total for this...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4353-the-case-for-the-septuagints-chronology-in-genesis-5-and-11
  • The Joseph Narrative (Genesis 37, 39-50)

    Egyptian pharaohs brought many captives from Canaan into Egypt, to be employed in state and temple servitude, some passing into private hands as slaves; Canaanite merchants also visited Egypt... This article was published in the Winter 2003 issue of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/2312-the-joseph-narrative-genesis-37-39-50
  • Locating Sodom: A Critique of the Northern Proposal

    Steven Collins maintains that Tall el-Hammam, ca. 8 mi (13 km) northeast of the Dead Sea, should be identified as Sodom based on four criteria: geography, chronology, stratigraphy and architecture (2007). We will examine his arguments in each of those...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3217-locating-sodom-a-critique-of-the-northern-proposal
  • Primeval Chronology Restored: Revisiting the Genealogies of Genesis 5 and 11

    century, both Jewish and Christian theologians and historiographers interpreted the genealogies of Genesis 5:3–32 and Genesis 11:10–32 as yielding a continuous chronology of human history from the creation of Adam to the birth of Abraham. Biblical...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/biblical-chronologies/4351-primeval-chronology-restored-revisiting-the-genealogies-of-genesis-5-and-11
  • Noah's Ark: The True Story?

    Aired on TLC on 12/23/04, and many times subsequently, Noah's Ark: The True Story is fairly typical of television programs that depict the Noachian Deluge. The Biblical account is reduced to a local flood in Mesopotamia, while Noah is depicted not as...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/flood/3669-noahs-ark-the-true-story
  • Patriarchal Wealth and Early Domestication of the Camel

    The Genesis account of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob suggests all three were wealthy men. While scholars generally view references to camels in relation to these patriarchs as anachronistic, author Stephen Casear points out that is not the case. He adds...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3444-patriarchal-wealth-and-early-domestication-of-the-camel

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