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Names, Nations, and the New Testament will explain in brief how the nations of the world arose from the sons of Noah, how they spread across the face of the whole earth, and why that should matter to you. These chapters discuss the history of all the people starting with the Table of Nations and continuing with language, DNA, culture, and records from around the world, inc ...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published September 25th 2020 by Rosewood Publishing
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Nov 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Ever wonder why those huge genealogies are listed in the bible over and over again? This book goes through each of those families, from the flood to pentecost. I found it best to read it as a companion to the Bible to better help me understand the people and the geography in the Biblical narratives. The book definitely makes you better understand that we are all related by blood in one human race and that the Biblical history is not just internally consistent, but actually makes sense with the a ...more
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Names, Nations, and the New Testament digs into the origins and history of mankind from Creation to Babel, Pentecost to the present, and connects people across the globe as part of one family, one race, one blood. This is the story of the world, our ancestors, and you!
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Madelyn Rose Craig is an award-winning author and speaker from Southeast Michigan. She has been an avid scholar of creation research for over a decade and enjoys sharing the message of the Gospel through the written word. Madelyn began writing at a young age, but her passion for writing and sharing her work grew when she was 16. She received her Bachelor’s degree in English and Art from Concordia ...more

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