RE: [asa] biological evolution and a literal Adam- logically inconsistent?

From: Dick Fischer <dickfischer@verizon.net>
Date: Tue Sep 09 2008 - 20:06:39 EDT

Hi George:
 
As regards the "river" that watered the Garden, if you look at Ezek 1:1
it speaks of the "river" Chebar which was the Nar Kabari, "great canal,"
the largest of three or four navigable canals that watered the fields of
ancient Nippur. Further, Psa. 137:1 speaks of the "rivers" of Babylon
which can only be canals. This was exactly the case with Eridu. A
canal which at one time was an old river bed was used to divert water
from the Euphrates to provide water to the city. So literally a river
(canal) came out of the edin to water the garden. If you go to our web
site: www.historicalgenesis.com <http://www.historicalgenesis.com/> and
click on photos you'll see a map of the location where I believe is very
close to the Garden. Eridu is the city where I believe Adam raised his
family. The exact location of the Garden can be debated, but the
archaeological site of Haji Mohammed would be a candidate located along
the banks of the Euphrates and only a few miles from Eridu and Enoch.
Pottery found at Haji Mohammed and at Eridu was identical.
 
Dick Fischer, GPA president
Genesis Proclaimed Association
"Finding Harmony in Bible, Science and History"
www.genesisproclaimed.org <http://www.genesisproclaimed.org/>
 

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