In 1848 Édouard Roche [1820-1883] at the Paris Observatory wrote a paper that became known as The Roche Limit. It is still valid today and is defined as the distance between a planet’s center and its satellite within which the satellite cannot appr...

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Cain was Adam and Eve’s first son [Genesis 4:1] and as he grew it became evident to his father that Cain’s interests were more earthly than heavenly. Adam, the priest of the family, gave Cain the task of “tilling the ground” to pro...

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Genesis chapters 5, 9, 11, 25, 35, 47 and 50 contain the genealogy of the beginnings of the human family. From Adam through Moses, we are told who was related to whom, the age of the father at the birth of their first son and the age of these individuals ...

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God created Adam and Eve on the same day; thus, they were the same age. Following their disobedience and Fall, God cursed the serpent, placed a curse on Eve and cursed the ground for Adam’s sake [Genesis 3:14-19]. While they were still in the Garden...

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The early chapters of Genesis are concerned with the origin of the Earth and all life, including man. The Author’s intention is seemingly to present the grand picture first and then add certain details throughout the rest of Scripture; this is calle...

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The account of the creation of the universe, the Earth and the first human couple is confined to the first chapter of Genesis. We wish more details had been given, yet diligent reading of the rest of Scripture does reveal answers to many of those question...

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Death Before Adam?
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