God and the Nations
Here is a thorough examination of nations past and present, their relationship to God, and whether that nation stood or not. It's amazing that God's promises from the Bible still hold true, and those nations which have rejected Him have...
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Here is a thorough examination of nations past and present, their relationship to God, and whether that nation stood or not. It's amazing that God's promises from the Bible still hold true, and those nations which have rejected Him have ultimately fallen.
In the Bible, we see the interest God has in humans and their cultures. In the Old and New Testaments, the Hebrew and Greek words for "nations" occurs 720 times. Many of the nations that werw given land and resources during Bible times have now passed into history, such as the Assyrians, Babylonians, and Hittites. We also know from secular history that civilizations like the Aztecs and Greeks are also largely removed from the scene. All this is due to those nations' rejection of God's laws. Indeed, of the 200 nations in existence today, only a handful actively seek god. Among the topics Morris explores: - To want regions did the sons of Noah migrate and develop nations? - Why did God choose lsrael as His elect nation? - Does any nation today truly seek God? - Are the prophecies about God's wrath on the nations literal of figurative?- How does Islam factor into these "latter days"?
Dr. Henry Morris, with his copious writings about the creation/evolution debate, has earned the title "The Father of Modern Creationism." He is a respected scientist as well, and has written a number of textbooks in his own field. He is the founder and now president emeritus of the Institute for Creation Research in California.