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Genesis and early man : volume 2 ; the doorway papers / Arthur C. Custance. [print]

By: Custance, Arthur C [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: The doorway papers ; 2.Publication details: Grand Rapids : Zondervan Pub. House, [(c)1975. Description: 331 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0310229618; 9780310229612Subject(s): Counterpoints. Bible & theology | Creationism | Religion and scienceLOC classification: BS543.G464 1975BS543.A1.C987.G464 1975COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Genesis and early man (Studies in the origin of mankind) ; Fossil remains of early man and the record of Genesis Primitive cultures: Their historical origins Establishing a Paleolithic IQ The supposed evolution of the human skull The fallacy of anthropological reconstructions Who taught Adam to speak? ; Light from other forms of cultural behavior on some incidents in scripture
Summary: "[Provides] biblical answers to the questions raised by the existence of fossil remains of early man and theories of man's animal origin. Whether Adam and Eve existed historically, as the Book of Genesis implies, is the focal point of the author's anthropological research...Custance holds to the literal interpretation of the Genesis record. With this belief he accepts the idea of the instant creation of man, followed by a real temptation involving a real tree in a real garden; he contends also that the evidence supports the traditional biblical chronology which places a recent date on the origin of the first human pair" ;
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Genesis and early man (Studies in the origin of mankind) ; Fossil remains of early man and the record of Genesis Primitive cultures: Their historical origins Establishing a Paleolithic IQ The supposed evolution of the human skull The fallacy of anthropological reconstructions Who taught Adam to speak? ; Light from other forms of cultural behavior on some incidents in scripture

"[Provides] biblical answers to the questions raised by the existence of fossil remains of early man and theories of man's animal origin. Whether Adam and Eve existed historically, as the Book of Genesis implies, is the focal point of the author's anthropological research...Custance holds to the literal interpretation of the Genesis record. With this belief he accepts the idea of the instant creation of man, followed by a real temptation involving a real tree in a real garden; he contends also that the evidence supports the traditional biblical chronology which places a recent date on the origin of the first human pair" ; BACK ColoradoVER.

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