By Henry M. Morris
Critics of the doctrine of construction usually try and marginalize the nice truths of God's artistic acts. the truth, although, is that production is pointed out in all the Bible's sixty six books. this can be one of many nice neglected truths of the trendy Church. faraway from being a trivial factor, or person who will be interpreted many various methods, God's checklist of construction screens a fabulous and transparent consistency all through. From the symphony of the production week in Genesis, to the promise of a brand new heaven and a brand new earth in Revelation, the Bible speaks of a up to date, six-day construction of the universe. A revered student, the past due Dr. Henry M. Morris spent over six a long time learning God's be aware, and his commentaries enriched the religion of many. during this striking booklet, Dr. Morris examines either the well-known construction account in Genesis, in addition to lesser-known references, comparable to Ezra and Colossians. Biblical Creationism is a devastating reaction to the Bible's critics. Henry Morris, Ph.D. , (deceased) earned the identify, "The Father of recent Creationism," via together with his a number of writings in regards to the creation/evolution debate. He used to be a revered scientist and wrote, textbook writer and the founding father of the Institute for construction study in California.
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Let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech” (Gen. 11:6–7). God had promised to never destroy all flesh again, but He could prevent them from a united rebellion, and this He proceeded to do in the most effective way. If they could not communicate, they could not cooperate. Therefore, “the Lord did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth” (Gen. 11:9).
18:1–2, 33), again confirming the promises. Angels are named as such for the second time in the account of the fiery destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah (Gen. 19:1, 15), appearing as men (Gen. 19:5, 16). There is a previous reference to the “angel of the Lord” (Gen. 16:7, 9–11) meeting with Hagar in the wilderness and giving her the remarkable prophecy concerning her expected son Ishmael and his descendants (Gen. 16:11–13). It is probable that this also was a theophany, for she recognized that it was the Lord who had spoken to her (16:13).
Finally they stopped, but then great winds began to blow, resulting presumably from the temperature changes induced by the collapse of the earth’s vapor blanket. “After the end of the hundred and fifty days the waters were abated. And the ark rested . . upon the mountains of Ararat” (Gen. 8:3–4). “Ararat” is the same as “Armenia” in the Hebrew, and the ark had grounded on the highest peak in the great mountain ranges of Armenia, as is evident from the fact that it took another two and a half months of dropping sea level before those in the ark could see the tops of any of the other mountains (Gen.