What We See from Afar

Xulon Press, 2008 - 152 pagina's
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What We See From Afar is an exposition of major biblical themes using the microscope of what we know today in genetic research and current religious, sociological, and geopolitical structures. Among the topics examined are: . Why Eve contributes only Adam's gene pool to the human race. . The first DNA transplant recipient. . Why did Jesus use His DNA to heal? . Did Mary, the mother of the Messiah, contribute her own DNA at conception? . Is there a difference between Abraham's promised sand and star offspring? . What great event must happen before the Jewish Third Temple is constructed? . Islamic immigration into Europe and its place in prophecy. . The reasons for the fall and demise of Mystery Babylon. The author uses his background and skill to make simple biblical truth profound and complex subjects simple. James Berry is a gifted expository writer who uses history and science to polish biblical truths. For over three decades he served as a pastor, missionary to Africa, and teacher. He is a graduate of California State University, Stanislaus and Bethany University. Presently, he and his wife, Judith, reside in Central California where he spends much of his time writing.

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The First DNA Donor
Another Steganographic DNA Story
Abrahams Sand and Star Descendants
The Back Side of God
Europes Feet of Iron and Clay
My Fathers House The Third Temple
ATale of Two Men
The Two Women Riders of Genesis and Revelation
Musings About Pinchbeck Gold

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