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Adam and His Kin

Adam and His Kin
Author : Ruth Beechick
Publisher : Pollock Pines, CA : Arrow Press
Release Date : 1990
Category : Religion
Total pages :176
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Drawing on linguistics, archeology, astronomy, the Bible, and other history, Dr. Ruth Beechick writes an enlightening and entertaining history of Adam and his offspring.

Adam and His Kin

Adam and His Kin
Author : Ruth Beechick
Publisher : Pollock Pines, CA : Arrow Press
Release Date : 1990
Category : Religion
Total pages :176
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Though not a novel, this book weaves into one continuous story information from many sources -- including linguistics, archaeology, astronomy and other sciences; the Bible and other history; and ancient traditions and religions. It is neatly arranged within the timeline as given in the Bible. This excursion through an almost forgotten world provides startling insights on many old questions. Have history textbooks told us the truth? How did mankind learn language? Where did the skills of civilization begin? Why do ancient writings refer to a year of 360 days? What actual events lie behind the mythologies of the world? Who kept alive the memory of the distant past? - Back cover.

Genesis

Genesis
Author : Ruth Beechick
Publisher : Arrow Press
Release Date : 1997-06-01
Category : Education
Total pages :112
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Read evidence here that the writings in Genesis are more ancient than historians admit. Moreover, the Sumerians and other early peoples left us documents that corroborate the Genesis history.

Motel of the Mysteries

Motel of the Mysteries
Author : David Macaulay
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date : 1979-10-11
Category : Young Adult Fiction
Total pages :96
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A future archeologist finds the remnants of a mysterious ancient people—us—in a wry satire that is “a marvel of imagination and . . . wonderfully illustrated” (The New York Times). It is the year 4022, and the entire ancient country of Usa has been buried under many feet of detritus from a catastrophe that occurred back in 1985. Howard Carson, an amateur archeologist, is crossing the perimeter of an abandoned excavation site when he feels the ground give way beneath him. Suddenly, he finds himself at the bottom of a shaft, which, judging from the DO NOT DISTURB sign hanging from an archaic doorknob, is clearly the entrance to a still-sealed burial chamber. Carson's incredible discoveries, including the remains of two bodies, one laid to rest on a ceremonial bed facing an altar that appeared to be a means of communicating with the Gods and the other lying in a porcelain sarcophagus in the Inner Chamber. These dramatic discoveries give Carson all the clues he needs to piece together the entire civilization—which he gets utterly wrong. The acclaimed author and illustrator of Castle and Pyramid, David Macaulay presents a wonderfully tongue-in-cheek satire of both historical presumption and American self-importance.

Omnibus IV

Omnibus IV
Author : Gene Edward Veith (Jr.),Douglas Wilson
Publisher : Veritas Press
Release Date : 2009-12
Category : Christian civilization
Total pages :734
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When the World Was New

When the World Was New
Author : L. J. Sattgast
Publisher : Zonderkidz
Release Date : 2001-04-02
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
Total pages :48
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A tale is told That’s old but true Of long ago When the world was new.You and your child can let your imaginations soar as you go back to the time when God made the world! As you experience the first sunrise, watch the first animals play, and meet the first man and woman, you’ll understand why God looked at the wonderful world he made and said, “It is very good!”

Stories from Adam and Eve to Ezekiel

Stories from Adam and Eve to Ezekiel
Author : Celia Barker Lottridge,Gary Clement
Publisher : Groundwood Books
Release Date : 2004
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
Total pages :192
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Retells thirty-two stories from the Old Testament, including those of Abraham, Joseph, Noah, Moses, David, and Jonah.

World History Made Simple

World History Made Simple
Author : Ruth Beechick
Publisher : Mott Media (MI)
Release Date : 2006-04-01
Category : Religion
Total pages :121
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Teens can study this book as a course in survey of world history or plug it anywhere into their social studies. They will gain a knowledge of history past and future, and gain also a biblical worldview to help with thinking about governments and issues of today. Adults can skip the student assignments and read through this unique approach to history. Because it follows the Bible, it solves a number of mysteries that other history books cannot solve.

The Three R's

The Three R's
Author : Ruth Beechick
Publisher : Mott Media (MI)
Release Date : 2006-05-01
Category : Education
Total pages :120
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Three resources in one ? READING, WRITING, and ARITHMETIC! Learn how to take the mystery out of teaching the early grades with this practical, down-to-earth guidebook from Ruth Beechick. The book is divided into three sections that are tabbed for easy reference. The READING section tells how and when to begin phonics, and how to develop comprehension skills. The LANGUAGE section shows how to develop written language skills naturally, in the same way children learn oral language. The ARITHMETIC section explains how to teach understanding of math concepts, and not just memorization of facts.

Next of Kin

Next of Kin
Author : Sharon Sala
Publisher : Harlequin
Release Date : 2012-02-01
Category : Fiction
Total pages :400
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Beth Venable has seen too much. Witness to a major mob hit, she's placed in protective custody until the trial. But after her third safe house is riddled with bullets, she goes off-grid to save herself. What the FBI can't do, her kinfolk will. The beautiful but forbidding Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky welcome Beth back, dirt roads and rustic shacks a world apart from L.A. But her homecoming—even her blissful reunion with strong, silent Ryal Walker—is made bittersweet by the fight she's brought to the clan's doorstep. Hidden in a remote cabin with the man she's always wanted, Beth begins to dream of a new life: her old one. But after so long, with such dangers stalking her…impossible. But love can distill life down to its essence: an elixir of pure hope, nerve—and the will to survive.

A Child's History of the World

A Child's History of the World
Author : V M Hillyer
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 2020-01-16
Category :
Total pages :458
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Beautifully illustrated, A Child's History of the World is a classic, a history storybook which combines charm with facts to stimulate young minds and leave them yearning for more information. It contains 79 stories that start at the beginning of time and reach to the present

God's Babies

God's Babies
Author : John McKeown
Publisher : Open Book Publishers
Release Date : 2014-12-17
Category : Religion
Total pages :260
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The human population's annual total consumption is not sustainable by one planet. This unprecedented situation calls for a reform of religious cultures that promote a large ideal family size. Many observers assume that Christianity is inevitably part of this problem because it promotes "family values" and statistically, in America and elsewhere, has a higher birthrate than nonreligious people. This book explores diverse ideas about human reproduction in the church past and present. It investigates an extreme fringe of U.S. Protestantism, including the Quiverfull movement, that use Old Testament "fruitful" verses to support natalist ideas explicitly promoting higher fecundity. It also challenges the claim by some natalists that Martin Luther in the 16th century advocated similar ideas. This book argues that natalism is inappropriate as a Christian application of Scripture, especially since rich populations’ total footprints are detrimental to biodiversity and to human welfare. It explores the ancient cultural context of the Bible verses quoted by natalists. Challenging the assumption that religion normally promotes fecundity, the book finds surprising exceptions among early Christians (with a special focus on Saint Augustine) since they advocated spiritual fecundity in preference to biological fecundity. Finally the book uses a hermeneutic lens derived from Genesis 1, and prioritising the modern problem of biodiversity, to provide ecological interpretations of the Bible's "fruitful" verses.

Adam Bede

Adam Bede
Author : George Eliot
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1859
Category : Carpenters
Total pages :129
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The Hebrew Bible and Environmental Ethics

The Hebrew Bible and Environmental Ethics
Author : Mari Joerstad
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2019-05-23
Category : Bibles
Total pages :254
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Engages with the social cosmos of the Bible, in which all creatures, even 'inanimate' ones, are alive and able to interact.

Life in the Great Ice Age

Life in the Great Ice Age
Author : Michael Oard,Beverly Oard,Gloria Clanin
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1996-09-01
Category : Juvenile Nonfiction
Total pages :72
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Combines the story of Jabeth, a Cro-Magnon boy living in a cave during the Ice Age following Noah's flood, with information about Ice Age life from a creationist perspective.