Revising Genesis by James Quatro

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This volume is best understood as a stimulus to further study, and a thoughtful chastening of the facile belief that religion and science are diametrically opposed. As an introduction to that philosophical possibility, this is an intriguing, lively effort.
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It might seem inconceivable that the Book of Genesis would need revising after all these millennia. But that is exactly what this author shows using the latest methods and evidence available, including a literary analysis of the Genesis text, testimony from the most ancient witnesses, and recent scientific discoveries. Using all pieces of the puzzle, this book gives us a more complete and up-to-date story of mankind than ever before. This book reveals the true story of what happened and when it happened, bringing down the walls that have divided Genesis and science all those millennia."
 

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Published May 13, 2016 by Infinity Publishing (PA). 236 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.
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This volume is best understood as a stimulus to further study, and a thoughtful chastening of the facile belief that religion and science are diametrically opposed. As an introduction to that philosophical possibility, this is an intriguing, lively effort.

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