Friday, October 16, 2015

A Bible Translated by Ghosts &100 Other Books on DVDrom

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The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ as Revised and Corrected by The Spirits, by Leonard Thorn 1861

“I, Jesus, came in spirit bodily, and revised and corrected the first four hooks of the new testament, namely, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and also the Revelations…Paul came personally in the spirit and corrected the Acts of the Apostles, and all of the other books in this testament which are called Paul’s writings…James, Peter, John, Jude, all came in the spirit personally, and revised and corrected their own books.” (Introductory Remarks)

The Holy Scriptures translated and corrected by the Spirit of Revelation by Joseph Smith, the Seer 1867

1904 - The New Testament Revised and Translated, by A. S. Worrell (American Baptist Publication Society. 1904)
“...the writer, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit (as he believes), undertook the immensely responsible task of furnishing to the public, a correct and literal translation of
these Scriptures, put up in good style, with brief notes designed to help the ordinary Christian, who has no knowledge of the original Greek.”

An Old Babylonian Version of the Gilgamesh Epic by Morris Jastrow, Albert Tobias Clay 1920 (contains what many believe to be the original flood account)

The Gospel in Brief by Leo Tolstoy 1896 (the author of such classic as War and Peace and Anna Karenina, "Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy offered the world his interpretation of Jesus' teachings in the most brazen way possible: by rewriting the four Gospels.  Tolstoy justified his work by arguing that the biblical Gospels themselves could not be taken as entirely reliable historical documents, and that therefore getting a correct understanding of Jesus meant sifting and winnowing." - Eric Mader

Revealed Translation of John's Revelation, Given by Jesus Christ to Archie J Inger 1908
(Opening: "I, the Lord Jesus, am the writer of this book by revelation, through this medium, Archie Inger..."

The Apocalypse Unsealed, being an Esoteric Interpretation of the Revelation of St John by James Pryse 1910

The Woman's Bible

The Woman's Bible, written by famous 19th Century feminist Elizabeth Cady Stanton and a "Revising Committee", is one of the first attempts by women to evaluate the Judeo-Christian legacy and its impact on women through history. Stanton concluded that 'the Bible in its teachings degrades Women from Genesis to Revelation'. However she and the other contributors found much to admire in the Bible, particularly some of the Old Testament women. While many of her views are still controversial, time and advances in womens' rights have lessened some of the shock value of this book. Stanton doesn't go as far as some modern feminist theologians and proclaim 'God is a woman', but there are several contributions which discuss the gender of the 'Elohim' and the female aspects of the Kabbalah.
The book is very readable and entertaining, despite occasional references to now-moot 19th Century political issues (such as temperance and bimetallism.

The Book of Enoch by RH Charles 1893
The apocryphal Book of Enoch, suppressed by the Church and then lost for many centuries, is believed to have been written in the first century or earlier. This edition-translated by British biblical scholar R. H. CHARLES (1855-1931) tells the story of the fallen angels, who appeal to Enoch the Prophet, great-grandson of Noah, to speak with God on their behalf after He banishes them from heaven.
Makes mention of Metatron, which many Christians believe to be Jesus. The Book of Jude quoted from this work.

The letter of Aristeas. Translated with an appendix of ancient evidence on the origin of the Septuagint, by H. St.J. Thackeray (1917)
The work relates how the king of Egypt, presumably Ptolemy II Philadephus, is urged by his librarian Demetrios of Phalaron to translate the Hebrew Bible into Greek: the Pentateuch. The king responds favorably, including giving freedom to Jews who had been taken into captivity by his predecessors and sending lavish gifts (which are described in great detail) to the Temple in Jerusalem along with his envoys. The high priest chooses exactly six men from each of the twelve tribes, giving 72 in all; he gives a long sermon in praise of the Law. When the translators arrive in Alexandria the king weeps for joy and for the next seven days puts philosophical questions to the translators, the wise answers to which are related in full. The 72 translators then complete their task in exactly 72 days. The Jews of Alexandria, on hearing the Law read in Greek, request copies and lay a curse on anyone who would change the translation. The king then rewards the translators lavishly and they return home.
A main goal of the second-century author seems to be to establish the superiority of the Greek Septuagint text over any other version of the Hebrew Bible. The author is noticeably pro-Greek, portraying Zeus as simply another name for Hashem, and while criticism is lodged against idolatry and Greek sexual ethics, the argument is phrased in such a way as to attempt to persuade the reader to change, rather than as a hostile attack.

Sir Lancelot Brenton's Septuagint

Biblia cabalistica; or, The cabalistic Bible, showing how the various numerical cabalas have been curiously applied to the Holy Scriptures, with numerous textual examples ranging from Genesis to the Apocalypse, and collected from books of the greatest rarity, for the most part not in the British Museum or any public library in Great Britain. With introduction, appendix of curios and bibliography (1903) by Walter Begley

The Doctrine and Literature of the Kabalah by Arthur Edward Waite 1902

Witness to the Stars by Bullinger
(Using Astrology to understand the Bible may seem odd to some, but it is asserted that the signs of the Zodiac were originally designed by God to communicate the "gospel;" that this "Gospel in the Stars" was known to those living before the Flood; that it was later corrupted into astrology; and that the alleged recovery of the "gospel interpretation" of the Zodiac is a great "witness" to God and His Word.”)

The New Testament in Greek by Westcott and Hort

THE HYMN OF JESUS - Echoes from the Gnosis Translated with comments by G. R. S. MEAD = The Theosophical Publishing Society, London and Benares [1907]

Assumption of Moses by RH Charles
The Assumption of Moses (otherwise called the Testament of Moses) is a Jewish apocryphal pseudepigraphical work of uncertain date and authorship that provides a more consistent account of the Mount of Transfiguration experience, in which both Moses and Elijah appear to Peter, James and John, and Jesus is transfigured before them, in that none of these individuals are required to be either spirits or resurrected persons. It also provides a consistent view of Jude (1:9) in that the author of that work viewed the dispute between Michael the archangel and Satan as an actual attempt by the Devil to kill Moses.

The Gospel According to Saint Luke in the Seneca Language

The King James Version Bible - hey, a book that mentions "Unicorns" nine times....?

The life and morals of Jesus of Nazareth : extracted textually from the Gospels in Greek, Latin, French, and English (1904) by Thomas Jefferson, otherwise known as the Jefferson Bible
Thomas Jefferson's effort to extract the doctrine of Jesus by removing sections of the New Testament containing supernatural aspects as well as perceived misinterpretations he believed had been added by the Four Evangelists.

Emphatic Diaglott New Testament by Benjamin Wilson, a Christadelphian 1870

Newcome's New Testament - Corrected by Unitarians 1808

The Chaldean account of Genesis containing a description of Creation, The Deluge, the Tower of Babel, the Destruction of Sodom, the Times of the Patriarchs, and Nimrod; Babylonian Fables and Legends of the Gods from the Cunieiform Inscriptions By George Smith 1880

Notes on the amended English Bible, with special reference to certain texts in the revised version of the Old and New Testaments bearing upon the principles of Unitarian Christianity (1887)
by Henry Ierson

Rhemes and Doway; an attempt to show what has been done by Roman Catholics for the diffusion of the Holy Scriptures in English (1855) by Henry Cotton

The Relation Between the Holy Scriptures and Some Parts of Geological Science by John Pye Smith 1850

Sumerian Epic of Paradise, the Flood and the Fall of Man by Stephen Langdon 1919

The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses: Or, Moses' Magical Spirit-art by Johann Scheible, Moses, Joseph Ennemoser 1880

Light from the East, Or, The Witness of the Monuments by Charles James Ball 1899

Creation Myths of Primitive America in Relation to the Religious History by Jeremiah Curtin Indian 1898

The Book of Mormon
In translating the Book of Mormon from the Golden Plates, Smith said he used "Interpreters", a pair of crystals joined in the form of a large pair of spectacles, which he later referred to as the "Urim and Thummim." In 1823 Smith said that an angel told him of the existence of Golden Plates, along with which would be found "two stones in silver bows" fastened to a breastplate, which the angel called the Urim and Thummim and which he said God had prepared for translating the plates.

The System of Nature 1889 (the Atheists Bible)
The System of Nature (Système de la Nature) is a philosophical book by Baron d'Holbach (Paul Henri Thiry, 1723-1789). It was originally published under the name of Jean-Baptiste de Mirabaud, a deceased member of the French Academy of Science. D'Holbach wrote this book (with the assistance of Diderot) anonymously in 1770, describing the universe in terms of philosophical materialism (i.e., the mind is the same thing as the brain, there is no "soul" without a living body, etc.), strict determinism (free will is an illusion, and whatever happens, must), and especially atheism.
The book was considered extremely radical in its day; even Voltaire rebuked him for it. Though not a scientist himself, d'Holbach was scientifically literate and he developed his philosophy consistent with the known facts of nature and the scientific knowledge of the day.
The book has been nicknamed "The Atheist's Bible". It makes a critical distinction between mythology as a more or less benign way of bringing law ordered thought on society, nature and their powers to the masses and theology. Theology which when it separates from mythology raises the power of nature above nature itself and thus alienates the two (i.e. "nature", all that actually exists, from its power, now personified in a being outside nature) is by contrast a pernicious force in human affairs without parallel.

Malleus Maleficarum (English translation - searchable PDF)
The Malleus Maleficarum(Latin for "The Hammer of Witches", or "Hexenhammer" in German) is a famous treatise on witches, written in 1486 by Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger, two Inquisitors of the Catholic Church, and was first published in Germany in 1487. The main purpose of the Malleus was to systematically refute arguments claiming that witchcraft does not exist, refute those who expressed skepticism about its reality, to prove that witches were more often women than men, and to educate magistrates on the procedures that could find them out and convict them.
The book was an instantaneous success, read by clergyman, doctors, lawyers, and any others who could read. The Hammer of the Witches was so popular, in fact, that it out sold nearly every other novel for almost two hundred and fifty years, second only to the Bible.

The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - 1917

The Esoteric Basis of Christianity: Or, Theosophy and Christian Doctrine
by William Kingsland

Bhagavad Gita: The Songs of the Master by Charles Johnston 1908

The (Egyptian )Book of the Dead: An English Translation of the Chapters, Hymns, Etc by Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1898

The Kabbala: Or, The True Science of Light: Especially in its relations to Life and Health and its Applicability as a Remedy in disease
by Seth Pancoast - 1883 - 312 pages

Kabbala Denudata, the Kabbalah Unveiled, Containing some Books of the Zohar by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers, Christian Knorr von Rosenroth - 1912 - 359 pages
The Hidden Side of Christian Festivals by Charles Webster Leadbeater 1920

Zetetic Astronomy - Earth Not a Globe! An Experimental Inquiry into the True Figure of the Earth Proving it a Plane without Axial or Orbital Motion by "Parallax" 1865
Excerpt: "Again, as the Earth is a Globe and in continual motion, how could Jesus on being "taken up into an exceedingly high mountain see all the kingdoms of the world, in a moment of time?" Or, when "He cometh with clouds and every eye shall see him," how could it be possible, seeing that at least twenty-four hours would elapse before every part of the Earth would be turned to the same point? But it has been
demonstrated that the Earth is a Plane and motionless, and that from a great eminence every part of its surface could be seen at once; and, at once — at the same moment, could every eye behold Him, when "coming in a cloud with power and great glory.""
This author inspired others to take up the Flat Earth Crusade

Is the Devil a Myth by C.F. Wimberly 1913

Isaac Newton and the Trinity - have 1 John 5:7 and 1 Timothy 3:16 been mistranslated? by Isaac Newton

THE BIBLE HELL by J.W. Hanson 1888 - the Bible hell is not one of eternal fire and torment?

The Bible of Bibles; Or, Twenty-seven "Divine Revelations by Kersey Graves, Lydia M. Graves 1879
"Mosheim testifies that "several histories of Christ's life and doctrines, full of pious frauds and fabulous wonders, were put in circulation before the meeting of the Council of Nice;" and he states, like William Penn, that he had no confidence in their ability to distinguish the true from the false. We will here quote another statement of William Penn: "There are many errors in the Bible. The learned know it: the unlearned had better not know it."

 Witness to the Stars by Bullinger
(Using Astrology to understand the Bible may seem odd to some, but it is asserted that the signs of the Zodiac were originally designed by God to communicate the "gospel;" that this "Gospel in the Stars" was known to those living before the Flood; that it was later corrupted into astrology; and that the alleged recovery of the "gospel interpretation" of the Zodiac is a great "witness" to God and His Word.”)

Curiosities of the Bible: pertaining to Scripture persons, places, and things including prize questions and answers, enigmas, acrostics, facts and statistics, with many valuable ready reference tables, founded upon and answered in the Bible by John Heyl Vincent 1884

Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions - Page 304
by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg, Theodore Meyer, James Martin 1858
"That the [archangel] Michael referred to in Rev. xii. 7 is no other than the Logos (Jesus), has already been proved in my commentary upon that passage."

Proof that Jesus Christ is really the angel Abaddon/Apollyon by Heinz Schmitz

Is Jesus Christ a Cult Leader by Heinz Schmitz

The American Churches the Bulwarks of American Slavery by James Gillespie Birney 1885
"The right of holding slaves is clearly established in the Holy Scriptures, both by precept and example." Rev. R. Furman, D.D., Baptist, of South Carolina

Noted Prophecies, Predictions, Omens and Legends Concerning the Great War 1917 Bible prophecy and the 2520 years predicted World War 1

Ancient faiths embodied in ancient names (Volume 1)
by Thomas Inman - 1868
The hot cross buns of Good Friday, and the dyed eggs of Pasch, or Easter Sunday.....were used in the worship of the queen of heaven, the Goddess Easter (Ishtar)

Bel, the Christ of Ancient Times by Hugo Rada 1903
Natural Genesis: or second part of A book of the beginnings (Volume 2)
by Gerald Massey - 1883
"Ishtar as goddess is also representative of this full moon. ... and when
these were applied to the full moon of Easter they would dominate..."

Esoteric Christianity, Or, The Lesser Mysteries - Page 166
by Annie Wood Besant 1913
Easter has been traced to the virgin-mother of the slain Tammuz, Ishtar.1 It is
interesting also to notice that the fast preceding the death at the vernal...

Christianity and Mythology
by John Mackinnon Robertson - Christianity and other religions - 1900
Joshua, son of Miriam, was an early Hebrew deity, one form of the Tammuz cult
... Tammuz, being represented to be born on what we now call Christmas Day

Who Wrote the Bible?: A Book for the People (only the first 375 pages)
by Washington Gladden 1900 (What did Moses Write?)

Seven Puzzling Bible Books: A Supplement to "Who Wrote the Bible?"
by Washington Gladden 1897

Sociological Study of the Bible
by Lucy Blanche (Littelton) Masterman, Louis Wallis, William Shakespeare 1912 On this view, the men who wrote the Bible took the part of spirit mediums, acting as intermediaries between heaven, transmitting messages from God

Problems of Religion: An Introductory Survey
by Durant Drake 1916

The higher criticism and the Bible
by William Binnington Boyce 1881
St. Paul and the Mystery Religions
by John Franklin Troupe 1917

The Evolution of Man: His Religious Systems and Social Ethics
by William Wright Hardwicke - 1899
"According to Spinoza, Ezra wrote the "Pentateuch," and the books ot Joshua,
Judges, i and 2 Samuel, and i and 2 Kings; and this is made very probable by the ..."
Prolegomena to the History of Israel: With a Reprint of the Article Israel from the Encyclopedia Brittanica by Julius Wellhausen 1885
"Wellhausen was famous for his critical investigations into Old Testament history and the composition of the Hexateuch, the uncompromising scientific attitude he adopted in testing its problems bringing him into antagonism with the older school of biblical interpreters. He is perhaps most well-known for his Prolegomena zur Geschichte Israels of 1883 (first published 1878 as Geschichte Israels), in which he advanced a definitive formulation of the Documentary hypothesis, arguing that the Torah or Pentateuch had its origins in a redaction of four originally independent texts dating from several centuries after the time of Moses, their traditional author. Wellhausen's hypothesis remained the dominant paradigm for Pentateuchal studies until the last quarter of the 20th century, when it began to be challenged by scholars who saw more and more hands at work in the Torah, ascribing them to periods even later than Wellhausen had proposed."

A Primer of the Bible by William Henry Bennett 1897

The Bible; is it 'the word of God?' by Thomas Lumisden Strange - 1871

Modern Mysteries Explained and Exposed
by Asa Mahan- 1855

Demon Possession and Allied Themes: Being an Inductive Study of our Own Times by Rev. John L. Nevius 1896
Conversations on the Bible: Its Statements Harmonized and Mysteries Explained
by Enoch Pond - Bible - 1886 (one or two pages unreadable)

By-paths of Bible Knowledge
by Religious Tract Society (Great Britain - 1893

Bible Folk-lore: A Study in Comparative Mythology
by James Edwin Thorold Rogers - 1884

If the Gospel narratives are mythical-what then?
by John Taylor Brown 1869

The Truth about the Bible (the Scriptural Church)
by Sidney Calhoun Tapp - 1916
Confucious, Zoroaster, Brama, Marci, Mithras, and all of the founders of all the
religions of all ages, have had their legends of virgin conceptions and ressurections.

A Free Enquiry Into the Origin of the Fourth Gospel
by P. C. Sense - 1899

The Foundations of History: A Series of First Things
by Samuel Bradhurst Schieffelin - 1863

The Bible, the Koran, and the Talmud: Or, Biblical Legends of the Mussulmans
by Gustav Weil -1846

A Gentle Cynic: Being a Translation of the Book of Koheleth, Commonly known as Ecclesiastes Stripped of Later Additions by Morris Jastrow 1919

Pagan Christs: Studies in Comparative Hierology
by John Mackinnon Robertson 1903
The cross: heathen and Christian
by Mourant Brock - 1879

Christianity and Mythology
by John Mackinnon Robertson 1900
Sample: "Ye are of your father the devil ... for he is a liar and his father." Such are the words placed in the mouth of Jesus by the author of the fourth gospel with reference to the Jews. It is hardly credible that such language should have been used by a Jew even in Alexandria, and it is as widely separated from the tone of the Pauline Epistles, or of that writer to the Jews who terms them a "royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people,"2= as it is well possible to conceive. We know on the other hand that Valentinus of Alexandria taught that the Jewish Jehovah was a Demiurge or Creator who begat Satan from the grief of Achamoth (the female personification of Wisdom), and made him prince of this world and of the "power of the air." We know that Carpocrates, whom Irenseus calls the first gnostic, hated the Jews, and believed that although Jesus was brought up in their law he despised its precepts. We know that the Ophites in the second century revised all the Old Testament, and taught that the serpent in Genesis was instructed by Sophia (or Wisdom) to withstand Jehovah, whom they called Ildebaoth ("born of Chaos"), and that Sophia was herself the brazen serpent which the fourth gospel makes a type of Christ.

Paganism Surviving in Christianity
by Abram Herbert Lewis 1892

Manners, Customs, and Observances: Their Origin and Signification
by Leopold Wagner 1895 - 318 pages

Observations on the Attempted Application of Pantheistic Principles to the Historic Criticism of the Gospel by by William Hodge Mill 1861

History of Woman Suffrage By Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan Brownell Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage
Excerpt: Many Protestant divines have written in favor of polygamy. John Lyser, a Lutheran minister, living in the latter part of the seventeenth century, defended it strongly in a work entitled "Polygarnia Triumphatrix." A former general of the Capuchin Order, converted to the Protestant faith, published, in the sixteenth century, a book of " Dialogues in Favor of Polygamy." Rev. Mr. Madan, a Protestant divine, in a treatise called " Thalypthora," maintained that Paul's injunctions that bishops should be the husbands of one wife, signified that laymen were permitted to marry more than one. The scholarly William Ellery Channing could find no prohibition of polygamy in the New Testament. In his "Remarks on the Character and Writings of John Milton," he says: "We believe it to be an indisputable fact, that although Christianity was first preached in Asia, which had been from the earliest days the seat of polygamy, the apostles never denounced it as a crime, and never required their converts to put away all wives but one. No express prohibition of polygamy is found in the New Testament."

Astrology in a Nutshell by C.H. Weber 1902
Excerpt: Q.—Does not the Bible denounce astrology?
A.—The Bible speaks disparagingly of certain astrologers, who had abused, or misused the science, but. not of the science itself. The more one knows of both Bible and astrology the more he becomes convinced that the Bible is a book of astrology from beginning to end, and the Biblical characters most favored by the "God in heaven that revealeth secrets." were like Joseph, Daniel, Jesus and John, exceedingly well versed in astrology, and their lives and sayings fully attest the fact. lt is difficult, however, to convince average minds of that fact, until they become alike conversant with both Bible and astrology. ln the world at large, it is no doubt a fact, that the Bible is as little understood as astrology.

The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion (Volumes 1, 2 and 3 plus the entire book in text format, and an abridged  version in pdf format)
by James George Frazer 1900
"The Golden Bough attempts to define the shared elements of religious belief, ranging from ancient belief systems to relatively modern religions such as Christianity. Its thesis is that old religions were fertility cults that revolved around the worship of, and periodic sacrifice of, a sacred king. This king was the incarnation of a dying and reviving god, a solar deity who underwent a mystic marriage to a goddess of the earth, who died at the harvest, and was reincarnated in the spring....The book scandalized the British public upon its first publication, because it included the Christian story of Jesus in its comparative study, thus inviting an agnostic reading of the Lamb of God as a relic of a pagan religion."
References in popular culture
    * The M. R. James short story "Casting The Runes", references The Golden Bough.
    * Stephen King has a character refer to The Golden Bough as a demonology text in "The Mangler".
    * The book is mentioned in Raymond Chandler's novel The Long Goodbye.
    * Umberto Eco makes reference to the book in Foucault's Pendulum.
    * Thomas Pynchon makes reference to both The Golden Bough and The White Goddess in chapter 3 of V..
    * The Golden Bough is both directly referenced in and a partial framework for the plot structure of the Diana Wynne Jones novel Fire and Hemlock.
    * The book is mentioned repeatedly in the John Ringo book Kildar, part of the Paladin of Shadows series, as a reference to understand the practices of a lost tribe of pagan warriors.
    * The book is mentioned several times in Albert Sanchez Pinol's Cold Skin.
    * The book is heavily referred to in the novel The First Verse by Barry McCrea.
    * In Grant Morrison's graphic novel Arkham Asylum, psychotherapist Dr. Amadeus Arkham reads The Golden Bough as his mental health deteriorates.
    * The Golden Bough is seen in the film Apocalypse Now in the stack of reading material for Colonel Kurtz, along with Jessie Weston's From Ritual to Romance.
    * Information from The Golden Bough was used extensively for the 1973 film The Wicker Man.
    * The titular myth forms the basis of Stuart MacRae and Simon Armitage's opera The Assassin Tree, which premiered at the Edinburgh International Festival on 25 August 2006.
    * In the Japanese anime series Eureka Seven, the characters Holland and Dewey Novak are seen reading from The Golden Bough, and it is a symbol for one of the cartoon's fictional organizations. Frazer's theme of the sacrificial king is prominent throughout the series.

Leading Cases in the Bible by David Werner Amram 1905
"The fact that the case of Jephthah's daughter excites no comment on the part of the biblical writer, even though she was offered up as a sacrifice by her father in fulfillment of a vow, indicates that the writer accepted the view that Jephthah's right to kill his daughter was undisputed and indisputable."

Plus you get the following books on Creation Myths in other Lands, etc:

The Chaldean account of Genesis containing a description of Creation, The Deluge, the Tower of Babel, the Destruction of Sodom, the Times of the Patriarchs, and Nimrod; Babylonian Fables and Legends of the Gods from the Cunieiform Inscriptions
 By George Smith 1880

The Babylonian and the Hebrew Genesis
by Heinrich Zimmern 1901
The Babylonian epic of Creation begins : " Of old, when above, the heaven was
unnamed, Beneath, the earth bore not any name, While yet the ocean, ...

An Old Babylonian Version of the Gilgamesh Epic
by Morris Jastrow, Albert Tobias Clay 1920

Heathenism Under the Searchlight: The Call of the Far East
by William Remfry Hunt 1908

Genesis and science; or, The first leaves of the Bible
by John Muehleisen Arnold 1875

A new theory of geology, in which the truth of the Bible is demonstrated by J. L, John William Colenso 1867 (part of preface missing)

The Sacred and Profane History of the World Connected
by Samuel Shuckford, James Creighton 1819

Noah and His Times: Embracing the Consideration of Various Inquiries
by James Munson Olmstead 1853
"Traditional Evidence of the Noaehic Deluge, continued — Remarks on Proof from Tradition — Mythological Evidence
Inquiry as to Physical Evidence of the Flood of Genesis — Theories and Geological Facts considered
Inquiry as to Physical Evidence of the Flood of Genesis, continued
Theories and Geological Facts considered
Facts as to Drift, etc. — The forementioned Facts and Gen. 1 : 1, 2
not in conflict — Inquiry as to Physical Evidence of the Noachic
Deluge, concluded
On the Extent of Noah's Flood
On the Extent of Noah's Flood, continued — Call for the Discussion,
The Flood of Genesis produced not solely by Natural Causes — Inquiry
as to the Ark's Restingplace
Inquiry as to the Ark's Resting place, continued — Egress from the
Art — Earth's altered appearance

The Testimony of the Rocks: Or, Geology in Its Bearings on the Two Theologies by Hugh Miller 1875

Modern Science in Bible Lands by Sir John William Dawson 1889

The Relation Between the Holy Scriptures and Some Parts of Geological Science
by John Pye Smith 1850

Creation, Or, The Biblical Cosmogony in the Light of Modern Science
by Arnold Guyot 1884

Moses and geology; or, The harmony of the Bible with science
by Samuel Kinns 1885

The Epoch of Creation: The Scripture Doctrine Contrasted with the Geological Theory
by Eleazar Lord 1851

The Doctrine of the Deluge: Vindicating the Scriptural Account from the ...
by Leveson Venables Vernon-Harcourt - Deluge - 1838

The Book of Genesis in the Light of Modern Knowledge by Elwood Worcester 1901

Sumerian Epic of Paradise, the Flood and the Fall of Man by Stephen Langdon 1919

Geology and the Deluge by George Douglas Campbell Argyll 1885

Scientific Confirmations of Old Testament History by George Frederick Wright 1906

The North Pole, the Great Ice Age, and the Deluge by William Brown Galloway 1900

Noaic Deluge; Its Probable Physical Effects and Present Evidences by Samuel Lucas - 1873

The Scripture-theory of the Earth: Throughout All Its Revolutions by William Worthington 1773

Light from the East, Or, The Witness of the Monuments
by Charles James Ball 1899

Creation Myths of Primitive America in Relation to the Religious History
by Jeremiah Curtin Indian - 1898

Alsea Texts and Myths
by Leo Joachim Frachtenberg 1920

The Life of the Universe as Conceived by Man from the Earliest Ages
by Svante Arrhenius, H. Borns 1909

The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With Historical Surveys
by Charles Francis Horne 1917
man who shall inhabit the earth, That the service of the gods may be...

The Problem of Problems, and Its Various Solutions: Or, Atheism, Darwinism
by Clark Braden 1877

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