September 17, 2012
Here now the Jewish New Year 5773 since the six days of creation, many wonder why Bishop Ussher reckoned 4004 b.c. for the creation, he having counted back time linkages in the generations back to Adam and Eve, accurate reckoning actually, because within the millennia between the creation and today, the book Seder Olam Rabah written circa 300 a.d. compresses jewish history from the time of Daniel to the time of Jesus’ incarnation, death, and resurrection, by over two hundred years.
You don’t need to ponder long why Jews against Jesus circa 300 a.d. would want it seem that Jesus did not fulfil the Daniel 9 prophetic chronology that he would be on earth when he was, so probably only that is the reason that the Jewish New Year 5773 differs significantly from the studious Bishop Ussher’s 6,000 years ago, now see the big picture here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.
September 17, 2012
Jared Diamond in his Pulitzer prize winning book Guns, Germs, and Steel, posits that Eurasian nations have produced the most advanced societies because of natural resources and climate, not because of religious and political views, yet ancient Mesopotamia, the Fertile Crescent (the mountains outlining the north), was as advanced as any, with minerals in the mountains and a river system flowing into the sea for world trade.
So why did not advancement continue in Mesopotamia while it continued in Europe through some dark ages? It’s because the Middle East was green until circa 1500 b.c. when the Ice Age began to end, vast stretches of previously fertile real estate turned to dust, and submerged ruins since that time prove this late date for the end of the Ice Age when kingdoms became deserts, see more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.
September 17, 2012
Christian young earth creationists Nicholas Steno and Antonio Snider Pellegrini were the fathers of modern geology, the uniformitarian geology of gradualism which would comport with darwinism later proposed by James Lyell then Charles Hutton to explain the geologic record en lieu of the catastrophism clearly evident in geology (http://globalflood.org).
Steno established the law of superposition in geology, that shallower layers of sedimentary material are younger than deeper ones, unless subsequent tectonic activity has folded the strata such that the older appears younger, his notion predicated on biblical Noah’s Flood when the sedimentary material was laid down, then Lyell and Hutton chose to see no flood there, claiming instead it happened slowly over billions of years.
Pellegrini first fostered the notion of continental drift, plate tectonics, that crustal movement rapidly accelerated through the flood year when the supercontinent Pangea broke apart to move to roughly today’s continental configurations, now only moving slowly an inch or two per year, this rate projected billions of years back by the uniformitarians when but Pangea is said to have broken apart ‘only’ 90 million years ago! See history after Noah’s Flood, http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.
September 14, 2012
Little known to the general public is that theorists of the Big Bang must predicate that the matter of the universe if bounded, because it all began at a point, the matter having expanded away from that point, so there must be a bound to matter’s edge, yet in their calculations, they sadly incorporate the assumption that the universe is boundless, without end.
You may ask why they calculate with the contradictory boundless universe template, the reason being perhaps that if they would calculate with the bounded universe template, the stars would be only thousands of years of age, due to gravitational time dilation during the creation week actually. See the history of the earth here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.
September 13, 2012
If it were announced to the world that the two great old kingdom Egyptian port cities from the time that the Great Pyramid was built were discovered on the shallow seafloor in the Mediterranean near Alexandria, don’t you think it would make big news? There are stone ruins of two cities on both sides of the now extinct canopic branch of the Nile, of Menouthis and Heraklion, extensive ruins, square miles of them, twenty miles northeast of Alexandria, yet what school kids know of them?
The extinct canopic branch of the Nile is a key to understanding these bronze age megaliths on the shallow seafloor, that branch of the Nile which began to go dry when the depth at width of the Nile at Giza for instance began to lessen greatly circa 1500 b.c. at the time the Jews would leave Egypt, for the rainfall lessened greatly at that time when the Ice Age was ending, when the sea level was rising to consume Heraklion, Menouthis, and all the other ice age port cities of the world.
So is it any wonder that documentarians who normally would be all over this kind of thing are asleep at the wheel, falling asleep despite this no-doze of archaeological renaissance? The Ice Age ending at the time of the Exodus of course has everything to do with it, biblical, and scientific, like kryptonite to those of the darwinian bent, read much more information here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.
September 13, 2012
When you think of the Ice Age, do you think of elephants on a clear day near icy morasses in the snowy north like in the animated movie? Think again, frozen buttercups, ferns, trees, and grasses are entombed in the tundra with the mammoth carcasses along the Arctic ocean, so that region was green with pastures and forests during the Ice Age, and clearly, lots of cloudy days with lots of rainfall.
Why was there rainfall in the frozen north now considered a desert for lack of precipitaion? The key is the cloudcover, lots of it during the Ice Age, not what people think much about, but consider all the snow which need have fallen to have covered some portions of continents with two miles deep of snow and ice?
During the Ice Age it was cloudy virtually all the time, with snow falling in the exteme latitudes and high elevations, and rainfall where now are deserts in the middle latitudes as well as near the coastlines even in the far north where the coastal regions were pastures and forests during the Ice Age, because the nearby world ocean was much warmer, see more http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.