A rare blending of the Bible account with information from sciences, archeology, ancient traditions and other sources Reads as easily as a story, yet teaches actual history Narrates from creation to Abram, encompassing the whole period usually called prehistoric Charts, maps and illustrations help to give a clear picture of times and places Gives insights into the world before the great flood and into the rebuilding of civilization afterward Shows the sources of all pagan beliefs Used as supplementary reading with the course above on Genesis For the whole family....
|Title||:||Adam and His Kin: The Lost History of Their Lives and Times|
|Publisher||:||Mott Media July 2, 1990|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
|File Size||:||761 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Adam and His Kin: The Lost History of Their Lives and Times Reviews
Fascinating! Adam and Noah seem so far removed from us that we often don't think of them as real people. Beechick creates a bit of a storyline around them that goes along with the Bible and with what we know from history. It gave me a new understanding of this part of Genesis. Thanks.
The book itself was pretty good. It fit seamlessly with our history lessons thru Veritas Press. Some parts were mundane and unnecessary to the story, so I skipped over those, but it offered great imagery.
I wanted to like this book. I really wanted to like it. But...
This book takes scary liberties in telling Biblical accounts. The author states that it would be tiring to have to say so often that Adam might have thought something like this. Or Cain might have done something like this, etc. So she leaves out the "might haves", and makes it all sound like this is the way it happened - mixing the truth of Scripture seamlessly with her own conjecture. I think it is a dangerous book for anyone not intimately acquainted with Scripture, because it can be hard to tell what is God's Word, and what is her imagination.
Love this book - It's an all-time favorite of mine. it presents a very plausible suggestion that Seth, son of Adam & Eve who came along after Cain died, was the first Bible historian. It some great insights. It really holds water and I read it many years ago and just bought another copy to lend out.
Wow, this book was surprisingly good! I know a lot about the bible but learned new a lot more reading this book to my kids, that I treasure now. I was just expecting the usual christian book but blown away with this one. This is quick must read!
this was a bit long winded for me and i felt the draw to become distracted during our readings. there isn't much available like it but i didn't feel like it was awesome.
A great story book of what might be the happenings of Adam's family.