Genesis 1-11, Can you Believe It? -- this series is being posted upon request. We have a home Bible study once a week here and those who cannot attend either because of distance or time have asked if we can put up what we cover. It has been repeated with several groups through the years and material is occasionally added. This study has been reformatted and updated as of 2/12.
The Alexandrian Septuagint -- why is it different? Is it more or less accurate?
Sons of God, Sons of Men -- a list of Bible references and quotes
Abraham a study of the man himself
Signs in the Stars? the Zodiac today is occultic. This may be a horrid perversion of its original meaning and use.
Is There a Gospel in the Stars? (this is now complete)
Hebrew Scripture Chronology
Genesis, the Land of Havilah, and its Gold
Are Job and Jobab the Same Person?
Noah's Ark and Mt. Ararat
Egypt and the Exodus
A Story Behind the Book of Ruth
What about the book of Jasher?
Joint Presentations by Barry and Helen Setterfield, and the Matter of Women Teaching in 1 Timothy 2:12
Morgan Answered Responses to a series of 'absurdities' Morgan has claimed are in the Bible
Material in the Discussion Section:
Did lightspeed start to decline at
the time of the Fall?
Lightspeed at the time of Noah
The Long Day of Joshua and the Axis tilt of Earth
Council of Jamnia
Where was the Tower of Babel?
Dividing Between the Light and the Darkness
The Primal Dust of the World
Joshua's Long Day
Where were the Garden of Eden and the Exodus Crossing?
Changing Atomic time to Orbital Time
Geologically, when did the Ark land?
Would Adam and Eve have been 'toast'?
The meaning of "Malachi"
Response to a Mormon statement of faith
My Response to Calvinism
Who are the elect?
Esau I have hated
Response to a Calvinist
The Christmas Star-- in place of the article we used to have is the DVD which contains all the information and the explanations. We can figure the actual date of Christ's birth extremely closely from information given in the Bible as well as historical data. The wise men were NOT three old men on camels (which were used only as beasts of burden by the Persians, and not as transportation for people), but the upper house of the Persian Parliament. The astronomical events were so unique and significant that the Romans thought the heavens themselves were applauding Caesar Augustus, whom they considered their prince of peace! The innkeeper, long maligned in sermon and legend, probably never existed, for the word translated in most versions as 'inn' was no public facility at all, but rather a reference to the guest rooms in each house. The biblical, historical, cultural and astronomical data all come together to tell us what happened during that incredible time. The DVD may be ordered here.
Further technical information regarding calendars and other data have been taken from the original article and are still available as notes here.