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HOW THIS SITE LED TO the BOOK
Does anyone really want to debate the time periods of the Days of Genesis any longer?  I know I certainly don’t.  So if you think this site is going to numb you once again with wordy arguments over what amounts to an opinion, you are mistaken.  The book actually shows what the days are about in a way I have never been able to locate anywhere else.  It’s about order out of chaos.  It’s also about how God described to men (men barely within the age of alphabetic writing) what happened in a way they could remember and pass on to their descendants, and beyond.  

Proof of God
If anyone wants to prove who God is they will have a dickens of a time if they rely strictly on their personal beliefs or faith.  No matter how charming or articulate they may be.  On the other hand, if you can come up with a mass of irrefutable, inter-related evidence that cannot be discounted, you just might be able to convince those not totally biased against anything along those lines.  
    Can the book show you God’s true identity?  Yes.  A very bold statement I know.  And if I were to tell you that I needed nothing more to prove my assertions than the words of any mainstream Christian Bible, you would think me mad, yes?  What about history, archeology, the refutation by some scientists of Noah’s flood, the Exodus from Egypt, the 6 Day Creation?  My response to all of those who take issue with the Bible’s inerrancy is to suggest “open your mind”!   To Christians that adhere to the idea of Biblical inerrancy and think they already know what the words mean, I say, “open your eyes”!  
     The Bible contains an enormous amount of “data” that is as good as set in stone.  Numbers that don’t change with “interpretations” or get shoved around with the hair-splitting of words, confusing roots or battles over contexts. When such numerical data comes together in a tangible way with indisputable significance, it becomes proof.  Read on.

How I got started
As a brand new Christian at age 35, I was suddenly struck by (among many other things) the number of occasions in the Bible where information was provided that appeared to have no apparent significance other than to add mind-numbing details to an already hard-to-follow series of events. The most obvious of these details is what is commonly referred to as the "begats", the machine gun presentation of years attached to people and events from Adam's line through Seth. This sort of detail seems to me to beg for examination and some sort of explanation as to why it was apparently necessary.
    For example, why did God want us to know that the flood waters at the time of Noah were "15 cubits higher, and the mountains were covered." (Genesis 7:20)  This is a peculiarly specific reference and it appeared to me to be some sort of lead.  Also, why did Enoch walk "300 years" with God before he was "taken" (Genesis 5:21-24)?  Too is there more than one reason for the Jews being made to wander 40 years in the desert before entering the land of Promise?
     Over time I came to realize that these supposed details are pieces of information meant for a unique perspective and not just story dressing.  I began to address Bible statements with such peculiarity as passages I must eventually come to understand, even if they seemed to make little or no sense after multiple readings.  
    The only way I thought I could sort out these peculiarities was to create diagrams and charts in hopes of finding where they might lead.  I now believe that it takes a graphics approach to see the added import, and sometimes primary meaning, of many of these passages.  It is in the graphics, as is demonstrated in my book, that we find what eludes us when we stick exclusively to words – and what has eluded us is the relevance of so many of the Bible’s details.

A way of seeing
This work involves seeing the Creation Days of Genesis 1, not as a series of time periods, but as the framework to an overall, perfect plan, to an as yet incomplete creation.  Incomplete? Yes, at present God still rests.  Ask yourself, would God plan a creation in which He would not eventually dwell?  Or complete a creation in which He would not be visible to us and present with us?  According to Revelation, God will dwell with man so we know there is more to come.
     The words of the Bible are used make the graphics that are presented in the book - with the exception of a few illustrations that were added solely to lend understanding.  Some captions are added by me to help show the ideas behind the drawings.

Please proceed to the Days of Genesis


DEDICATION & HISTORY    IN THE BEGINNING: THE WORD = LANGUAGE    ADAM TO THE LAND OF PROMISE
THE LANGUAGE OF GRAPHICS - THE DAYS    WOMEN CALLED TO THE PLAN OF CREATION    TWO CREATIONS? TWO ADAMS?
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER    VERY UNUSUAL FINDINGS


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DEDICATION & HISTORY:
HOME PAGE
IN THE BEGINNING:
THE WORD = LANGUAGE
ADAM TO THE LAND
OF PROMISE
THE LANGUAGE OF
GRAPHICS - THE DAYS
WOMEN CALLED TO
THE PLAN OF CREATION
AFTER THEIR KIND,
AFTER ITS KIND
TWO CREATIONS?
TWO ADAMS?
PUTTING IT ALL
TOGETHER
VERY UNUSUAL
FINDINGS