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The Pentateuch as narrative – John Sailhamer

I sent this review to a creationist magazine. I am not sure if it was published.¬† The Pentateuch as narrative: A Biblical-Theological Commentary (Library of Biblical Interpretation series), John H. Sailhamer, Zondervan publishing house (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1992, 522 pages) … Continue reading

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Teaching About Scientific Origins: Taking Account of Creationism (Book Review)

This review appeared in the British Creation Society (BCS)’s Origins Journal no. 53. Teaching About Scientific Origins: Taking Account of Creationism edited by Leslie S. Jones and Michael J. Reiss. Peter Lang, New York. 2007. ISBN 978-0-8204-7080-1 Reviewed by David … Continue reading

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Book Reviews

Normal length reviews ¬†Teaching About Scientific Origins: Taking Account of Creationism edited by Leslie S. Jones and Michael J. Reiss “Creation or Evolution – do we have to choose?” – off-site (creation.com) The Pentateuch as Narrative – John Sailhamer Extended … Continue reading

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