First Life on Earth Resolving Creationism vs evolution
The Bible tells us about first life on earth that God created us in the Garden of Eden. We have been told that the first humans came out of Africa, but we found the Garden of Eden in what is now Iran. We have recently found human bones in this area which tends to substantiate that the first humans was in this area, not Africa.
Creationism vs Evolution
The Bible tells us that God created man in the Garden of Eden. But scientific evidence points to us evolving from lower animals. All life shares some of our DNA.
Eden Evolution analyzes the dichotomies between Creatism and Evolution and suggests how both can be correct.
L, M, S, XL, XXL
Black, Blue, Brown, Gray, Green, Light, Pink, Red, White, Yellow
We are beginning to learn more and more about life and how it developed.
A very large number of studies and tests have been conducted to date the original human parents of those of us living today.
Adam and Eve most likely lived 228,000 years ago.
Read this book to see what I have learned.
You may want to follow your own DNA back to Adam and Eve.
The enduring question has been: "Where did Cain get his wife?" Cains Wife Liliths Daughter provides the answer.
This story of Cain’s Wife is my initial attempt to reconcile the Bible with the undisputable scientific evidence for creative evolution. I have combined 4 sets of information: The current Bible, the old Bible before the major changes in late BC and early AD, other Ancient Literature, and the scientific facts of creation/evolution.
The Bible gives 2 accounts of the creation of Adam and Eve. The Bible actually describes the creation of 2 women for him. The first was Lilith (Genesis 1:27) but her name was removed from the current Bible. However her name can be seen in the older version of the Bible that existed before later day changes were made.
Learn the facts.
Hormones, Melatonin, Testosterone, Human Growth Hormone
The purpose of this book is to describe the major problems caused by the decline of our hormones with age and to describe what we can do about it.