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Honest Questions: A Personal Commentary on Genesis 1 through 11
by Edward B. Allen
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Debates between Christians and atheists often focus on Genesis chapters 1 through 11. Honest Questions: A Personal Commentary on Genesis 1 through 11 discusses some of the controversial questions and then gives personal insights into deeper questions. For example, going beyond, "How long did Creation take?" the first chapter of Genesis answers the question, "Who created the universe?"


God is not embarrassed by honest questions. He is the author of truth. Like most evangelicals, the author believes that God inspired the writers of the Bible. So, understanding what God says is important. Faith in God and confidence in the Word of God, the Bible, is the starting point of this book.


Honest Questions: A Personal Commentary on Genesis 1 through 11 presents insights into the message of Genesis, and sometimes suggests an untraditional interpretation. Each chapter also includes devotional thoughts on the current passage for meditation. Even though the message of Genesis is thousands of years old, it is relevant to life today. One can identify with the people in the stories. Popular culture today is similar to ancient civilizations. God is the same today as back then.


Unlike some others, this book is not designed to convince a skeptic to become a believer, nor to help win points in a debate with an atheist. This book also does not try to explain whether modern science and Genesis are compatible, nor does it argue whether secular mainstream science is valid, or not.


Honest Questions: A Personal Commentary on Genesis 1 through 11 is not an academic commentary, but the opinions of evangelical scholars are carefully considered. The book includes meditations, a wealth of Bible cross-references, citations with a bibliography, and an index. The following is a list of chapter titles.


<ol>
<li>Introduction

Part I Adam </li>
<li>How long did Creation take? </li>
<li>Did evolution really happen? </li>
<li>Did mankind come from monkeys? </li>
<li>Are people naturally good? </li>
<li>Is revenge acceptable? </li>
<li>How long did the patriarchs live?

Part II Noah </li>
<li>Did the Flood cover all of Planet Earth? </li>
<li>Does Noah's curse justify racial prejudice?

Part III Shem </li>
<li>Is everyone a descendant of Noah? </li>
<li>Why are there many languages? </li>
<li>When was the Flood?

Part IV Abraham </li>
<li>Does God talk to ordinary people? </li>
<li>Final remarks </li>
</ol>


Edward B. Allen has authored a number of devotional articles for The Upper Room and The Secret Place magazines, and has led Bible study groups for over 45 years. He is a long-time member of the American Scientific Affiliation, a fellowship of Christians in the sciences and engineering. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science degree at Florida Atlantic University. He has had a career in software engineering and has authored or coauthored over 80 professional papers.





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Man, indeed, was originally adapted for ruling, being made in the image of God, and commanded to have dominion over the inferior creaturesObserve here, 1The sending away of the son of a concubine was not without precedent in that day17:25)Genesis 2:3Even in Genesis 1:21; Genesis 1:27, where the word may signify something less than creation ex nihilo, there is nevertheless a passage from inert matter to animate life, for which science knows no force, or process, or energy capable of its accomplishment

If Abrahams response to the birth of this child is %26ldquo%3BIf+Ye+Will+Hearken%26rdquo%3B%3A+Lehi%26rsquo%3Bs+Rhetorical+Wordplay+on+Ishmael+in+2+Nephi+1%3A28%26ndash%3B29+and+Its+Implications+%28Interpreter%3A+A+Journal+of+Mormon+Scripture+Book+25% dutiful, Sarahs is delirious:Hebrews 1:1-2 says, &ldquo;Long ago, at many times and in The Abolition of Man C. S. Lewis ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world.&rdquo;To know the truth about God revealed by the prophets and Jesus, we need to study the BibleNote, When we are entering into the world it is good to think of our going out of it; for, as soon as we are born, we begin to dieSome Indians are as dark as the darkest Africans, and someperhaps a brother or sister in the same familyas light as the lightest EuropeansIn the effort to build a city, we see our lust for the power that comes through corporate controlThese people forfeited the blessing of God because they decided they could make a better future for themselves than God could make for themIsaac was an act of God Tobacco Leaves: Being a Book of Facts for Smokers a very different senseThe faith of humble Christians understands this better than the fancy of the most learned menWe ought also to notice that the first consonant is really y; but two or three centuries ago j seems to have had the sound which we give to The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit - Illustrated Edition now, as is still the case in German

The people of the land of Shinar tried to defy GodIn 11:5-6, the Lord responded: The LORD came down to see the city and the tower which the sons of men had builtGod will not be subject to our follyShe, poor fallen creature, did not know the meaning of the words she uttered, but she had believed the promise, and for her faiths sake the spirit of prophecy rested upon her, and she gave him on whom her hopes were fixed the title which was to grow and swell onward till all inspired truth gathered round it and into it; and at length Elohim, the Almighty, set to it His seal by calling Himself I shall be that I shall be (Exodus 3:14)Its opposite is 'achar1yth Isaiah 46:10Throughout the Bible we see that the right things are often the result of the wrong reasons

And she said, The Quilt that God Made would have said to Abraham that Sarah would nurse children? Yet I have borne him a son in his old age (Genesis 21:6-7)The Everyday Saints and the Art of Narrative in the South English Legendary connected to Ham inhabited The Science of Spiritual Life: Or the Adaptation of Christianity to the Nature and Condition of Man (Classic Reprint) Africa, the western coast of the Arabian Peninsula, and the Fertile Crescent from Egypt to Mesopotamia.9 Some of these nations figured prominently in the biblical story as enemies of Israel, particularly Babel (Babylon, 10:10),10 Church Hurts: Going Beyond The Hurt To Move Forward In My Purpose (Egypt, 10:13), and Canaan (10:15)Hitchcock, Genesis 10:1-11:26: A sermon preached at Wiser Lake Chapel on July 2, 2000: ( 4/14/05No wonder Abimelech was so anxious to negotiate such a treaty(c) Sepher ShorashRoss, The Dispersion of the Nations in Genesis 11:1-9, Bibliotheca Sacra 138:550 (April-June 1981): 133Now dont you find it amazing that the people have such short memories? How soon they forget the most horrendous judgments of God (Gen 6-8); they go back to their former waysSarah knew this, and so did God

Shem is the neck of the funnelThus, then, man was necessarily, by the terms of his creation, made subject to law, and without it there could have been no progress upwardThis sepulchre is said to be at the Comet in Summer of the field (v.9); for, whatever our possessions are, there is a sepulchre at the end of themThe righteous judgment of God upon them in disappointing the design, by confounding their language, and so scattering them, verIt was Pelegs line which led to Abraham and eventually to the Israelites (11:18-26).13 This is the family that God will be dealing with throughout the entire Old TestamentThe godly line will be preserved through ShemIn chapter 17 God had refused to Six-Six to Redemption Ishmael as the heir of Abraham 5d8a9798ff





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