Thanks for the welcome, Tim. I just ordered your book. If I understand CC right, it appears to be a Christian Gentile version of what certain ancient Jews taught—""The Lord possessed me in the beginning of his way, and before he had created anything I was with him" (Prov. viii. 22); and by this brashith (beginning) he created the heavens and the earth, the foundations of which were based on "berith" (law or covenant), the letters of which are contained in br(ash)ith. It is of this berith that scripture speaks: "If the law (or covenant) I have made had not existed, there would have been no day nor night, heaven nor earth" (Jer. xxxiii. 25)..." (Tractate Zohar Ch. 8, 24b). Anyway, I look forward to reading your book.
almost done reading your book.probably one of the most influencial books i have ever read.it puts everything in perspective and helps me realize what my purpose is here on the earth 20 centurys after the end of all things.i am still grappling with modern day issues such as the population explosion since 1900-the technology revolution and the hatred and murder on this earth.can god really look down on this planet and say it is "very good"? what will the earth be like 2000 years from now?
I actually registered on this site three weeks ago, but haven't been back on since!
I left a message for Duncan McKenzie when I first signed on, and he just got back to me today. So I had two emails reminding me to come back and check things out here. I did a search on John Walton and found a review of his book by Ken Ham! That gave me a little insight into what he's proposing (although from a very negative standpoint, obviously). Can't wait to get the book... thanks for the tip!
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