Genesis 2 0

Author: Les Howarth
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595262872
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Genesis 2 0 from the Author: Les Howarth. It is probable that the superstitious people in the Middle East who wrote down their theory on how the universe, Earth and life were formed about 4,000 years ago were largely ignorant of the sciences of cosmology, physics, chemistry, biology, paleontology and geology, etc. However, in spite of the huge progress and success of science over the last few hundred years there are still a number of people who insist that the biblical creation story is literally true in spite of a number of serious difficulties. Genesis 2.0 was written as a result of discussions with such fundamentalist, literalist creationists and provides a review of published scientific evidence that leads to a personal presentation of an updated version of the story of how the universe was formed from a quantum vacuum through to the origin and evolution of life from chemical processes. This book should interest and inform you whether you are a curious Believer, agnostic or non-Believer and whether you believe that science is the best tool that we have for determining the truth or a fundamentalist creationist who has accepted the indoctrination of an extremist religious sect. Also, if you consider that the latter group of people poses a potential threat to the future safety of mankind then you should find this of interest.

Genesis Kinds

Author: Todd Charles Wood
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1606084909
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Genesis Kinds from the Author: Todd Charles Wood. A belief in creationism, even in young-age creationism, does not necessitate belief in the unique creation of each species. Instead, many creationists accept a secondary origin of species from ancestors originally created by God. In this view, groups of modern species constitute the "Genesis kinds" that God originally created and beyond which evolution cannot proceed (if it can even be called 'evolution'). In this collection of papers, six scholars examine the species and the Genesis kinds. Topics covered include the history of creationist and Christian perspectives on the origin of species, an analysis of the Hebrew word min (kind) from the perspective of biblical theology, a baseline of minimum speciation within kinds inferred from island endemics, a comprehensive list of proposed kinds from the mammalian fossil record, the occurrence of discontinuity between kinds, and the origin of new species by symbiosis. - Abstract.

The Biblical One Flesh Theology Of Marriage As Constituted In Genesis 2 24

Author: Rene Gehring
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1620328496
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The Biblical One Flesh Theology Of Marriage As Constituted In Genesis 2 24 from the Author: Rene Gehring. This book provides a thorough study of the sole biblical foundation of marriage as given in the short description of Genesis 2:24: "For this reason a wipfpass

The First Book Of Moses Called Genesis

Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 9780802136107
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The First Book Of Moses Called Genesis from the Author: . The publication of the King James version of the Bible, translated between 1603 and 1611, coincided with an extraordinary flowering of English literature and is universally acknowledged as the greatest influence on English-language literature in history. Now, world-class literary writers introduce the book of the King James Bible in a series of beautifully designed, small-format volumes. The introducers' passionate, provocative, and personal engagements with the spirituality and the language of the text make the Bible come alive as a stunning work of literature and remind us of its overwhelming contemporary relevance.

African Genesis

Author: Sally C. Reynolds
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107019958
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African Genesis from the Author: Sally C. Reynolds. "The discovery of the first species of African hominin, Australopithecus africanus, from Taung, South Africa in 1925, launched the study of fossil man in Africa. New discoveries continue to confirm the importance of this region to our understanding of human evolution. Outlining major developments since Raymond Dart's description of the Taung skull and, in particular, the impact of the pioneering work of Phillip V. Tobias, this book will be a valuable companion for students and researchers of human origins. It presents a summary of the current state of palaeoanthropology, reviewing the ideas that are central to the field, and provides a perspective on how future developments will shape our knowledge about hominin emergence in Africa. A wide range of key themes are covered, from the earliest fossils from Chad and Kenya, to the origins of bipedalism and the debate about how and where modern humans evolved and dispersed across Africa"--

The Role Of Volatiles In The Genesis Evolution And Eruption Of Arc Magmas

Author: G.F. Zellmer
Publisher: Geological Society of London
ISBN: 1862396892
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The Role Of Volatiles In The Genesis Evolution And Eruption Of Arc Magmas from the Author: G.F. Zellmer. The subduction zone volatile cycle is key to understanding the petrogenesis, transport, storage and eruption of arc magmas. Volatiles control the flux of slab components into the mantle wedge, are responsible for melt generation through lowering the solidi of mantle materials and influence the crystallizing phase assemblages in the overriding crust. Further, the rates and extents of degassing during magma storage and decompression affect magma rheology, ultimately control eruption style and have consequences for the environmental impact of explosive arc volcanism. This book highlights recent progress in constraining the role of volatiles in magmatic processes. Individual book sections are devoted to tracing volatiles from the subducting slab to the overriding crust, their role in subvolcanic processes and eruption triggering, as well as magmatic-hydrothermal systems and volcanic degassing. For the first time, all aspects of the overarching theme of volatile cycling are covered in detail within a single volume.

Space Studies Board Annual Report 2010

Author: Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309217857
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Space Studies Board Annual Report 2010 from the Author: Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences. The Space Studies Board (SSB) was established in 1958 to serve as the focus of the interests and responsibilities in space research for the National Academies. The SSB provides an independent, authoritative forum for information and advice on all aspects of space science and applications, and it serves as the focal point within the National Academies for activities on space research. It oversees advisory studies and program assessments, facilitates international research coordination, and promotes communications on space science and science policy between the research community, the federal government, and the interested public. The SSB also serves as the U.S. National Committee for the International Council for Science Committee on Space Research (COSPAR). This volume reviews the organization, activities, and reports of the SSB for the year 2010.

Genesis Of The Financial Crisis

Author: R. Macdonald
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137026898
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Genesis Of The Financial Crisis from the Author: R. Macdonald. A complete and accessible explanation of the factors contributing to the onset of the 2007 financial and economic crisis. The myriad factors are explained in an orderly way with simple terms. The anticipation (or not) and reception of the crisis by mainstream economists and by Austrian economics leads to reflection on the state of economic theory.

Grappling With The Chronology Of The Genesis Flood

Author: Steven W. Boyd
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
ISBN: 0890517096
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Grappling With The Chronology Of The Genesis Flood from the Author: Steven W. Boyd. Understand this highly debated flash point for scientific debate, academic criticism, and common confusion with this unique presentation. Delve into the technical aspects of the chronology, historicity, and significance of understanding this landmark event, including what we can learn from the Hebrew words used to describe it.Examine the numerous geological, geophysical, and paleontological indications pointing to the reality and global scope of the Flood.Learn how and why the authors' exhaustive research began, putting forth objectives, criticisms they would address, and identifying obstacles to be resolved. The Flood as described in the Book of Genesis not only shaped the global landscape, it is an event that literally forms our understanding of early biblical history. Now an experienced team of scientists and theologians has written a definitive account of the Genesis Flood with detailed research into the original biblical text and evidences unlocked by modern science and study. Often recounted and discounted as just a myth or children's story, what we find with deeper study is instead a cataclysmic event, one that truly wiped out life on our planet with the exception of those preserved through God's plan. The devastation the Genesis Flood wreaked upon a rebellious world remains an important part of the biblical narrative we should understand for what it was - a divine act of judgment on a sin-immersed world.