The Natural History Of The Bible

Author by : Henry Baker Tristram
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The Natural History Of The Bible

Author by : Daniel Hillel
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Publisher by : Columbia University Press
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Description : Combining his scientific work as an ecologist with a life-long study of the Bible, Daniel Hillel offers fresh perspectives on biblical views of the environment and the origin of ethical monotheism.


The Natural History Of The Bible

Author by : Thaddeus Mason Harris
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Description : This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.


The Natural History Of The Bible

Author by : Thaddeus Mason Harris
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The Natural History Of The Bible Or A Description Of All The Quadrupeds Birds Fishes C Mentioned In The Sacred Scriptures

Author by : Thaddeus Mason Harris
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The Natural History Of The Bible Or A Description Of All The Beasts Trees Metals Precious Stones Etc Mentioned In The Sacred Scriptures Collected From The Best Authorities And Alphabetically Arranged

Author by : Thaddeus Mason HARRIS
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The Bible Cyclopaedia Or Illustrations Of The Civil And Natural History Of The Sacred Writings By Reference To The Manners Customs Rites Traditions Antiquities And Literature Of Eastern Nations

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The Bible Protestantism And The Rise Of Natural Science

Author by : Peter Harrison
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : An examination of the role played by the Bible in the emergence of natural science.


A Bible For A Thoughtful Skeptic

Author by : Thom Pain
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Description : This book makes the case for realistic faith in the power of intelligence as opposed to blind faith in the pronouncements of those who claim infallibility or divine guidance. The author, Thom Pain, identifies the discoveries of systems and information theory early in the twentieth century as the key to a naturalistic explanation of purposeful life and intelligence and to the last stage in the emancipation of science from theology. He begins his story with the discoveries that revealed the memory mechanism as a built-in "tropisms for truth" that gave even primitive creatures a logical tool for improving their decisions and solving their problems. It is a story that reveals a surprisingly early version of intelligence and an amazing versatility in the types and range of intelligence. When one species developed symbolic languages, it becomes the story of the cultural developments of the human species. As civilization evolved, Thom identifies the rulers and the ruling classes as both the leaders and the obstacles to intellectual progress. In their new role, the rulers either claimed to be gods or the representative of the gods and often led the exploitation that had become the privilege of conquers and of the ruling classes. Indoctrinated faith and loyalty became authoritarian tools of aggression and oppression. In this cruel environment, religion also became a source of moral strength and initiative for the oppressed and religious rebels were often the leaders in the struggles for political and intellectual freedom. These struggles were not about the belief in God but about the abuses of authority by those who claimed to be the representatives of God. Thom follows this story as it sharpened the distinction between reason and theology and led to the modern concepts of democracy and personal and religious freedom.


A Selection Of Moral Lessons Natural History Bible Lessons And Poetry

Author by : Alexander Spencer
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