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Bridging The Gap Volume 15 No. 1

We are excited about our most recent issue of Bridging the Gap. In this issue, we continue are discussions on the Origin of Man and introduce some exciting thoughts about the Garden of Eden, the unraveling of the paradox around the Capsian sea, and the further insight into the Biblical age of man. We know you will enjoy these articles.

  • The Biblical Age of Man Chronology provides a framework whereby isolated facts can be transformed into a continuous, coherent, sequel of events. The task of the historian, archaeologist, and anthropologist is to determine the chronological relationships of ancient events through the study of documents, artifacts, and fossil bones. The more accurately an event can be dated, the more valuable witness ...
  • Geology Unravels the Paradox Geology of the Caucasus, Elbruz, Hindu Kish Mountains A well known British Pleistocene geologist, Professor Charlesworth, in his 1957 book, THE QUATERNARY ERA, (p.604-605)9 wrote: “The Pleistocene indeed witnessed Earth-movements on a considerable, even catastrophic scale. There is evidence that it created mountains and ocean deeps of a size previously unequalled– the Pleistocene indeed represents one ...
  • The Garden of Eden Adam and Eve were the first human beings on planet earth. They were the first inhabitants of the Garden of Eden. There is a mystery that surrounds the Garden of Eden. Where was it located? When was it formed and created? What was it like? The Two Garden’s of Eden The Bible describes two separate and different ...
  • The Origin of Man There is a mystery that surrounds the origin of Man. When did man appear on the earth and how? The Bible is definite as to how God created man and woman. However, the Bible is not definite as to the exact time in terms of Earth years that Man was created by God. Atheists have ...