[b-hebrew] Jericho/Eden(6)

Ephraim49 at aol.com Ephraim49 at aol.com
Sun May 23 17:34:17 EDT 2004


Dear Comrades:

Come..come..now.  I hope that I'm not surrounded by
only scoffers.  Don't rely on those that don't understand 
the written word of God.

I have two trump cards, which I want to retain as my
"signature identification".  Theology in general has not given
mankind the correct information.  One "card" is the confirming
scripture for the length of 260 years for the existence of the
Northern Kingdom.

If Jericho has only one instance of fire damage, determined to
be at about 1550 BC, what is the problem?  My expertise is
in Genesis.  Were any other cities destroyed by fire?

We can always come from the other direction.  After the
Ice Age, God made Adam in about 7200 BC (my guess).
Eve didn't come along until about 7000 BC.  It took
Satan almost 3000 years, but he finally was able to 
obtain possession of mankind's souls (the Fall) in 4267
BC.  

By adding up the geneologies from the Fall (when Adam 
began to "age"[die]), we have 1,656 years which gives
us the year 2611 BC for the flood of Noah.  The flood ended
in 2610 BC, and Shem fathered  Arphaxad two years after the 
flood (Gen. 11:10).  The earth (dry land) was divided just after
Peleg was born, in 2509 BC (1st Chronicles 1:19).

Afterwards, 191 years later, Abram was born in 2318 BC.
One year before Isaac was born, Sodom and the Cities of the
Plain were destroyed in 2219 BC.  Jacob was born in 2158
BC, and when he was ninety years old, Joseph was born
in 2068 BC.  When Joseph was 17, in the year 2051 BC,
he was taken by caravan to Egypt.  When he was twenty,
he was put in prison, and made governor when he was 30
years old, in 2038 BC.

This is the chronology of modern man in Genesis.  Any
comments?

Regards,
Herman (Ephraim49 at aol.com)



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