What is Evolution? What is Creationism?
Want to learn more about Creationism vs. Evolution? This book proves that the Biblical story of creation is literally in sync with the concepts of modern science.
Chapters of the 248 page book
SCIENCE PROVING CREATIONISM
By Professor Solomon Huriash
Chapter 1: Creation Story of Genesis
With the use of the definitions for the key words of the creation story as understood by the Children of the Exodus and not with their modern Hebrew translation meanings, and with their explanations by the greatest of the Hebrew sages, we were able to make the case that the Biblical account of creation is indeed in sync with the teachings of modern science.
Chapter 2: The Parable of Eden
The Garden of Eden story is analyzed and the lesson of the parable is explained.
For those who insist that the story is a depiction of events that literally took place, they have to make a choice between accepting God rested on the 7th day (Period) and He was
merely commenting on the entities He created or if He was hard at work recreating everything He completed in Genesis 1. None of us could have it both ways.
The case is made that women are the equal of men and not responsible for the problems of the world.
The story of Eden is the first analysis in the history of man of the mindset of people and thus Eden could be said to be the mother of all parables.
Where was the Garden of Eden located as per the way Jesus and the Jews of that generation were taught?
Chapter 3: Challenges
Discusses the assaults on the Bible’s integrity when some academics charge Moses is guilty of plagiarism because Egyptian religious practices including animal sacrifices, the Garden of Eden story, Noah and the Ark, Abraham and human sacrifice, Code of Hammurabi, etc., concepts are already known stories to the Semitic tribes and now they are being presented in the Hebrew Bible with a different version.
In this chapter we study the explanation of Maimonides, the greatest of the Hebrew scholars since Moses, who clarifies and resolves all challenges.
Chapter 4: Noah and the Ark
With a more detailed translation of key Hebrew words we find that only a specific section of the world was destroyed and not the entire world. Those findings are further proved by science.
Chapter 5: Israel- Whose Land Is It?
The history of the land prior to the arrival of the Jews is discussed and then continued with the constant invasion by foreign armies.
The Bible’s position is discussed.
Chapter 6: Why Would Muslims Who Believe In The Koran Want To Take Israel From the Jews?
Surah 17:104 of the Koran (the Bible of the Muslims) states that the Israelites are to have the ‘Promised Land’ and they are to live there ‘securely’ (without fear or harassment).
We also discuss the case made by Muslim scholars and accepted by the highest authorities including Muslim nations unfriendly to Israel, that the Al-Aqsa Mosque was intended for Medina in Saudi Arabia and not Jerusalem.
Details of the Journey of the Hijra
Chapter 7: A Different Approach To Understanding Biblical Enigmas
Among the detailed analysis and discussions of this section of the book are explanations for understanding the logic of how drinking the contents of the smashed Golden Calf of Exodus 32, contamination of the innocent by the Red Heifer of Numbers 19, and by looking at a facsimile of a snake in numbers 21, the Fiery Serpents, could be made to serve a purpose.
Chapter 8: Of Rocks and Water
Numbers 20:1-13 receives explanation that during Creation water was trapped in stones. Yet two miracles occurred. What were they?
Chapter 9: The prohibition of wool and linen being present in the same garment is explained.
Chapter 10: Corn
Why is it okay for Sephardic Jews to eat corn at Passover and not for Ashkenazi Jews?
Chapter 11: When Fantasy Illusions Are Countered by the Horrors of Reality
Isn't the picture image of the Ten Commandments presented in the art form of being incased in two top-rounded stones beautiful? That is the illusion. The reality is it is ugly as it is learned from the fact that that art design was created by English artists in the 11th century and the stones were meant to represent tombstones to indicate that those laws of the Jews were dead.
Years later that art form were made into insignia that the Jews in England were forced to wear on their clothing to identify themselves as Jews and they were then harassed and persecuted.
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