God's Truth
by Alan Hayward

Notes and References

The symbol * against the title of a book means that it is specially recommended.

Biblical quotations are usually from the Authorised Version unless otherwise stated.

RV = Revised Version NEB = New English Bible RSV = Revised Standard Version mv = Todav's English Version

Chapter 1

1 Mark 12:37

2 Luke 7:22

3 Fish Handling and Processing. Published by H.M.S.O., London, 1965, for the Torry Research Station.

Chapter 2

1 Deut. 28:64-6 and 37

2 Lev. 26:33-4

3 Jer. 30:11

4 Hos. 3:4-5

5 Ezek. 11:17

6 Ezek. 36: 22-24

7 Jer. 30:7-10

8 Rabbi Dr. L. I. Rabinowitz, The Land and the People. Israel Digest, Jerusalem, 1964

9 William Rees-Mogg, in The Times, London, February 17th, 1970

10 Gen. 27:29. See also Gen 12:3 and Num. 24:9

11 Dr. Wernher von Braun has used these and similar words in numerous public speeches; they are quoted by his permission.

12 Amos 3:7

13 Deut. 18:21-2

Chapter 3

1 John Urquhart, Wonders of Prophecy. Pickering & Inglis, London, 1939

2 Isa. 13:19-21

3 Jer. 50: 39; 51:26, 37

4 Ezek. 26:12, 14

5 Dan. 2:4

6 Dan.2:6 RSV

7 Dan.2:27,28

8 Dan. 2:36

9 Dan. 2:47

10 Dan. 2:37, 38

11 Dan. 2:39

12 Dan. 2:39

13 Dan. 2:40

14 Dan. 2:41-43

15 Dan. 2:44

16 H. G. Wells, A Short History of the World. Thinker's Library, London, 3rd (revised) impression, 1934.

17 Dan. 5:28, 31

18 Dan. 8

19 Edward Gibbon, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol. I, chapter 3

20 Dan. 2:28

21 Isa. 46:9, 10

22 Luke20:18

Chapter 4

1 Luke 18:31-33

2 Ps. 22:16

3 Ps. 22:15

4 Ps. 22:12

5 Ps. 22:13, 17

6 Ps. 22:7

7 Ps. 22:8

8 Ps. 22:18

9 Isa. 53:3

10 Isa. 53:5

11 Isa. 53:8, 12

12 Isa. 53:7

13 Isa. 53:9

14 Isa. 53:10

15 Isa. 53:12

16 Dr. J. H. Greenstone, in The Encyclopedia of Jewish Knowledge, edited by J. De Haas. Behrman, New York, 1934.

17 Dan. 9:24-26

18 For example, Exod. 31:14; Ps. 37:34; Ezek. 17:17

19 See Num. 14:34 and Ezek. 4:4-6

20 Mic. 5:2

21 Zech. 9:9, 10

22 Mark 11:9, 10

23 Ps. 45:2

24 Ps. 45:7

25 John 8:46

26 1 Pet. 1:18-19; 2:22; 3:18

27 Ps. 16:9-11

28 Acts 2:24-32

29 Ps. 110:1

30 Ps. 110:4

31 Matt. 22:41-46

32 2 Chr. 26:16-20

33 Gen. 14:18-20

34 Heb. 7:1-4

Chapter 5

1 Matt. 24:14

2 White Paper, Statements Relating to the Atomic Bomb. H.M.S.O., London, 1945

3 Presidential Address to the Conservation Society, London, 1968

4 H. E. Salisbury, Pan Books, London, 1969

5 Matt. 24:3

6 Luke2l:20,21

7 Luke 21:22

8 Luke2l:24

9 Luke 21:27

10 Ezek. 36:24-26

11 Zech. 8:7, 8; 12:10, 11; 13:6

12 Luke2l:25,26

13 Isa. 13:10

14 Ezek. 32:7

15 Joel 2:10

16 Joel 3:15

17 Joel 3:1

18 Joel 3:15

19 Dan. 12:1

20 Grimm and Thayer, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament

21 H. G. Wells, Mind at the End of its Tether. Heinemann, London, 1945

22 Isa. 57:20, 21

23 For example, Isa. 34:1-5

24 Rev. 11:18

25 John 14:24

26 2 Pet. 3:3-7, 10

27 L. M. Davies, The Bible and Modern Science. Constable, Edinburgh, 4th edn. 1953

28 For example, Ezek. 36-39; Joel 2, 3; Zech. 14

Chapter 6

1 Quoted by A. R. Short, in Why Believe? Inter-Varsity Press, London, 7th edn., 1958

2 1 Cor. 1:23

3 Matt. 26:50-53

4 For example, Matt. 5:38-48; 10:16; Rom. 12:17-21

5 See G. C. Field, Pacifism and Conscientious Objection. Cambridge University Press, 1945. Also Bertrand Russell, Power (chapter 7), George Allen and Unwin, London, 1938. These two eminent philosophers cannot have been biased in favour of Christian pacifism, since they both declared themselves to be non-Christian and non-pacifist. (It is a common mistake to think of Bertrand Russell as a pacifist. His philosophy was to support what he regarded as "just" wars, and oppose "unjust" wars. Thus he opposed the first world war and the Vietnam war, but supported the war against Hitler.) Yet both writers accepted as a fact that the early Church was, by and large, a pacifist community. For a detailed statement of the historical evidence, see C. J. Cadoux, The Early Church and the World. T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1925

6 Acts 28:22

7 Life of Jesus, in Collected Works of Theodore Parker, edited by F. P. Cobbe. Trjibner, London, 1863-71

8 John Stuart Mill, Essays on Nature, the Utility of Religion and Theism. Longmans, London, 1874

9 John 13:1

10 Luke 22:15-20

11 For example, Matt. 26:2

12 John 13:5, 12-14

13 Matt. 26:21, 22

14 Mark 14:37-40

15 John 13:11

16 Luke 22:41-44

17 John 18:4-8

18 Acts 6:15

19 Mark 15:3-5

20 John 19:11

21 Luke23:27-29

22 Matt. 27:46

23 Luke 23:34

24John 19:25-27

25 Luke 23:39-43

26 John 19:30

27 Luke 23:46

28 Mark 15:39

29 The Acts of the Apostles, by Luke; the Book of Revelation and three short letters, by John

30 1 Sam. 16:7

Chapter 7

1 Observations on the History and Evidences of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, by Gilbert West. To which are added Observations on the Conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul, in a Letter to Gilbert West, by Rt. Hon. George Lord Lyttleton. London, 1785

2 *Frank Morison, Who Moved the Stone? First edn. Faber & Faber, London, 1930. (Many hardback editions and a paperback edition have since been published.)

3 John 20:15

4 Luke 24:13-18

5 Luke 24:39, 40; John 20:20, 25-28

6 Luke 24:41-43

7 Luke 24:45; Acts 1:3

8 Luke 24:51; Acts 1:9

9 Acts 17:6

10 Acts 6:7

11 Acts 2:14-41

12 1 Cor. 15:14, 20, 5-8

13 Acts: 22, 26

14 Matt. 28:12-15

15 Justin Martyr, Dialogue with Trypho, io8

16 Tertullian, On Spectacles, 30

17 Mark 14:50

18 Luke24:18-25

Chapter 8

1 Lev. 19:18

2 Punch, London,

3 Lev. 19:34

4 Lev. 19:16

5 Deut. 25:3

6 Deut. 25:4

7 Exod. 22:25; Lev. 25:36, 37; Deut. 23:19, 20

8 Lev. 25:35, 36

9 Deut. 24:1()~13

10 Deut. 5:6, 7 (RV marginal rendering)

11 Deut.6:4,5

12 Deut. 18:9-12

13 A. R. Short, The Bible and Modern Medicine. Paternoster Press, Exeter, 1964

14 Aldo Castellani and Albert John Chambers, Manual of Tropical Medicine) Bailliere, London, 1910

15 Lev. 13:45, 46

16 Num. 19:11-19

17 Deut. 23:12, 13 (Moffatt's translation)

18 Lev. 11; Deut. 14

19 C. Roth, The Jewish Contribution to Civilisation. Horovitz, London, 1956

20 Constitution of The Conservation Society, London, 1966

21 Deut.22:6,7

22 Lev. 25:1-7

23 Deut.20:19,20

24 Exod.10:8-10

25 Exod.20:10

26 Quoted by Roth in Reference 19

27 C. Roth, op. cit.

28 Quoted by S. J. Prais in the symposium, Jewish Life in Modern Britain, edited by J. Gould and S. Esh. Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1964

29 E. Kransz, in Reference 28

30 Deut. 21:13-16; 22:13-19

31 Deut. 24:1-4

32 Gen.2:18,24

33 For example, Deut. 4:9, 10; 6:7; 32:46

34 C. Roth, op. cit.

35 E. Kranz, in Reference 28

36 Deut. 4:7, 8, 12, 14 (RV)

Chapter 9

1 Winston S. Churchill, Thoughts and Adventures. Thornton Butterworth, London, 1932

2 Nicodemus, Park I, chapter 1.

3 Gen. 1:1-3 (RV)

4 Mal. 3:7

5 J. J. Blunt, Undesigned Coincidences in the Writings Both of the Old and the New Testament~an Argument of Their Veracity. First published in 1847. This Anglican divine's great classic came to be neglected by the twentieth-century scholars of his own church. For many years it was out of print. Fortunately it is now available again, having-rather surprisingly-been reprinted by one of the small extremist sects (Christadelphian Magazine Publishing Association Ltd., Birmingham, 1967)

6 Num. 13:33

7 Josh. 11:21, 22 (RV)

8 1 Sam. 17:4 (RV)

9 2 Sam. 15:12

10 Ps. 41:9

11 Ps. 55:12

12 2 Sam. 23:34, 39

13 2 Sam.11:3

14 2 Sam. 16:21

15 2 Sam. 16:22

16 2 Sam. 11:2

17 W. Paley, "Horae Paulinae", with notes and a supplementary treatise entitled "Horae Apostolicae" by T. R. Birks. London, i850 and 1855

Chapter 10

1 Exod. 4:22 (RV)

2 The Hebrew of Gen. 10:21, is ambiguous. It does not say (as the English version implies) that Japheth was Noah's eldest son

3 Gen. 5:32

4 Compare Gen. 8:13 and Gen. 11:10

5 Gen. 9:24

6 Gen. 11:27

7 Compare Gen.11:26 with Gen. 11:32 and Gen. 12:4

8 Gen. 16:12

9 Heb, 12:16

10 Gen. 49:3, 4

11 Gen. 48:17-19

12 Gen. 38:7

13 Exod. 7:7

14 1 Sam. 16:1

15 2 Sam. 3:2-5

16 1 Chr. 28:5

17 Compare 2 Kgs 21:19, 26 with 2 Kgs 22:1

18 Ps. 89:27; John 3:16

19 Exod. 4:22

20 Gal. 6:i6. See also Gal. 3:29, and Matt. 21:43

21 Gen. 3:19

22 Rom. 6:23

23 1 Cor. 15:45

24 John 6:35

25 Luke 22:44

26 Luke 22:42

27 Rev. 21:1-3

28 Ezek. 44:18

29 Rev. 19:8

30 2 Pet. 1:21

31 Matt. 1:3, 5, 6

32 Deut. 23:3

33 1 Kgs 15:17

34 2 Chr. 15:9

35 2 Chr. 19:4

36 2 Chr. 21:2

37 1 Kgs 12:21

38 2 Chr. 13:3

39 2 Chr. 14:8

40 2 Chr. 17:14-18

41 2 Chr. 34:9

42 Ezek.9:8,9

43 Jer. 51:5,6

44 1 Chr.9:1-3,in RSV

45 Ezra 6:14-17; 7:13; 8:29, 35

46 Jer. 31:15, quoted in Matt. 2:18

47 Hos. 10:7-9, quoted in Luke 23:30

48 Luke 2:36

49 Acts 2:22, 36

50 Acts 13:24

51 Acts 26:4, 7

52 Jas. 1:1

Chapter 11

1 Heb. 11:1

2 Mark 9:23,24

3 1 Pet. 1:13

4 Isa. 66:2 (RSV)

Chapter 12

1 Heb. 1:3

2 John 7:16; 14:24

3 John 7:48

4 John 6:15

5 Matt. 26:52

6 Matt. 27:42

7 Matt. 13:55

8 John 7:15

9 John 8:41

10 John 6:69

Chapter 13

1 Lord Acton, Historical Essays and Studies (Appendix). Macmillan, London, 1902

2 2Chr.34:1-7

3 Alan Wood, Bertrand Russell the Passionate Sceptic. George Mlen

and Unwin, London, 1957

4 ibid.

5 Ambulance Hand-Book, i9th Edition. St. Andrews Ambulance

Association, Glasgow, 1954

6 First Aid Handbook, 2nd Edition. Published jointly by Red

Cross and St. John and St. Andrews Associations, London, 1965

7 New Scientist. June 20th 1968, p.615

8 Nature. (London). August 17th 1968 (Editorial) New Scientist, September 5th 1968, p.497

10 Z. A. Medvedev, The Rise and Fall of T. D. Lysenko. Columbia

University Press, New York and London, 1969. (Translated by

Prof. I. M. Lerner of the University of California.)

11 Medvedev, p.175

12 Medvedev, p.182

13 Medvedev,p.240

14 Medvedev, p.244-5

15 Medvedev, p.246

16 David F. Horrobin, Science is God. Medical and Technical Publishing Co. Ltd, Aylesbury, 1969

17 Horrobin, p.35

18 Horrobin, pp.82, 83

19 Horrobin, p.95

20 Horrobin, p. 106

21 Horrobin, p.163

22 Jer. 5:30, 31

Chapter 14

1 1 Cor. 15:21, 22

2 Rom. 5:12-17

3 John 13:13; Matt. 23:8, 10

4 Luke 6:40, 46

5 Luke 10:39

6 John 10:35

7 Luke 16:17

8 John 5:46, 47

9 Luke 16:29-31

10 Matt. 4:4, 7, 10

11 John 5:46; 7:19; Luke 20:37

12 Matt. 22:29

13 Matt 12:3; 12:5; 19:4; 21:16; 21:42; 22:31

14 For example, Matt. 21:13; Mark 7:6; Luke 10:26; 20:17; John 6:45; 8:17

15 John 12:49,50; 14:10

16 For example, 5:19

17 Matt. 16:21

18 Luke22:44

19 Luke 22:42

20 Luke 18:31-33

21 Matt.26:24

22 Mark 9:12

23 John 5:39

24 "Kenosis"~enved from the Greek word translated "made (Himself) of no reputation", in

Philippians 2:7

25 Matt. 28:18

26 Luke 24:25-27, 44

27 Dr. Ren~ Pache, The Inspiration and Authority of Scripture. English translation by N. I. Needham, Chicago, 1969, Moody Press.

28 Two examples from among more than a hundred are Exod. 24:4, and Lev. 17:1

29 Josh. 1:1

30 Judg. 6:8

31 1 Sam.3:21

32 2 Sam.23:2

33 Isa. 6:,7-9

34 Jer. 1:6-9; 20:9

35 Acts 4:25

36 Acts 28:25 (RSV; I have used this version here and in similar quotations because it employs the modern term "Holy Spirit" instead of the old-fashioned equivalent, "Holy Ghost".)

37 Heb. 1:1 (RSV)

38 Acts 24:14

39 Acts 26:22

40 John 16:13

41 John 14:26

42 1 Peter 1:12 (RSV)

43 2 Peter 3:2

44 1 Thess. 2:13

45 Gal. 1:11, 12

46 Neh. 9:20, 30, 33, 34

47 2 Pet. 1:20, 21 (RSV)

48 Acts i:8 (RSV)

49 2Tim.3:16

50 Ps. 33:6

51lChr.28:19

52 Jer.26:2;36:2

53 John 6:63

54 1 Cor. 2:13 (RSV)

55 Rev. 22:19

56 Jer. 1:5

57 Jer. 1:6-9, 17-19

58 *L. Gaussen, Theopneustia: The Plenary inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. Translated by D. Scott, revised by B. W. Carr, London, 1888. Current edition published by Kregel, Grand Rapids, 1972

59 B. B. Warfield, The Inspiration and Authority of the Bible. London, 1951, Marshall, Morgan and Scott. (Previously published in Philadelphia, Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. Co.)

6o E. J. Young, Thy Word is Truth. London, 1963, Banner of Truth Trust. (Previously published in U.S.A. by Eerdmans.)

61 See note*,'

Chapter 15

1 Exod.20:1

2 Exod.20:18-22

3 Acts 7:38; 2 Cor. 3:1-7; Heb. 12:18-21

4 W. Temple, Nature, Man and God. Macmillan, London, 1934

5 Sunday Pictorial, London, August 12th 1962

6 The Observer, London, December 4th 1966

7 John 13:34

8 Exod. chapter 2

9 Luke 10:30

10 lCor.10:11(RV)

11 Matt. 19:4, 5

12 Luke 11:51

13 Matt. 24:37

14 Luke 17:29-32

15 Mark 12:26

16 John 6:31-51

17 Matt. 12:42

18 Luke 4:26

19 Luke 4:27

20 Matt. 12:39-41

21 1 Cor. 15:12-17

22 John l0:35,36

23 Luke 20:27-38

24 See, for example, Prof. R. V. G. Tasker, in Our Lord's Use of the Old Testament (Westminster Chapel, London, 1953); Dr. J. I.Packer, in Fundamentalism and the Word of God (Inter-Varsity Fellowship, London, 1958); Dr. D. M. Lloyd-Jones, in Authority (Inter-Varsity Fellowship, London, 1958)

25 1 Cor. 1:2~29 (NEB)

26 Luke 10:21 (NEB)

27 National Geographic Society, Washington, 1967

28 Luke 5:17

29 Luke 5:21

30 Luke 10:39

Chapter 16

1 Judg. 8:13-14 (RSV)

2 Num. 21:14

3 Josh. 10:13; 2 Sam. i:i8

4 1 Kgs. 11:41; 15:31; 2 Chr. 9:29; 12:15; 20:34; 33:19

5 For example, Lex Mosaica, a symposium of papers by Prof. A. H.Sayce and other eminent scholars, edited by R. V. French. Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1894

6 Gen. 12:1-3; 13:14-17; 22:15-18; 26:1-4; 28: 3, 4, 12-15

7 Gal. 3:7-9, 29; Hebrews 11:8, 9, 13, 17-19.

8 The rabbis pointed out that in Deuteronomy 11:21, the land of Israel was referred to as a land that God had promised to give "their fathers" (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob). But they never received it in their lifetime; consequently they must be raised from the dead to receive it. Sanh. 90b; quoted in The Babylonian Talmud, Soncino Edition, p.605. (Compare the argument developed in the New Testament passages quoted above.)

9 *P. J. Wiseman, New Discoveries in Babylonia about Genesis. Marshall, Morgan and Scott, London, 1936

10 Rom. 16:22

11 O. Roller, Das Formular der Paulinischen Briefe. Stuttgart, 1933. Cited by E. E. Ellis, Paul's Use of the Old Testament. Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, 1957

12 See, for example, 1 Cor. 16:21-24

13 P. J. Wiseman, op. cit.

14 Gen.10:19 (RV)

15 R. D. Wilson, A Scientific Investigation of the Old Testament (Revised by E. J. Young). Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, 1959

16 ibid.

17 Dr. L. E. Lockwood, Lexicon to the English Poetical Works of John Milton. Macmillan, New York, 1907

18 Dr. C. B. Williams, FRS, "Writers, readers and arithmetic". New Scientist, 13th July 1967, p. 88-91

19 W. F. Adeney, article "Criticism" in Dictionary of the Bible (editor, J. Hastings). T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1909

20 A. Richardson, Preface to Bible Study. Movement Press, London, 1943

21 A. J. Pollock, Why I Believe the Bible. Central Bible Truth Depot, London, 1941

22 H. H. Rowley, The Old Testament and Modern Study-A Generation of Discovery and Research. University Press, Oxford, 1951

23 Prof. A. Sperber, A Historical Grammar of Biblical Hebrew. E. J. Brill,Leiden, 1966

24 R. M. Grant, A Historical Introduction to the New Testament. Collins, London, 1963

25 1 Cor. 15

26 Known to scholars as "the Didache"

27 Professor F. F. Bruce, The New Testament Documents. Inter-Varsity Fellowship, London, 1960

28 Sir Frederic Kenyon, The Bible and Modern Scholarship. John Murray, London, 1948

Chapter 17

1 For example: the Letter of Aristeas; the writings of Josephus; and the Talmud

2 Deut. 31:9; 2 Chr. 23:11

3 Professor F. F. Bruce, Second Thoughts on the Dead Sea Scrolls (3rd edition). Paternoster Press, London, 1966

4 ibid.

5 Quoted by Dr. C. W. H. Amos, Christ or the Critics. Marshall, Morgan and Scott, London, 1933

6 John 20:19-29

7 Luke 11:50, 51

8 For example: B. M. Metzger, An Introduction to the Apocrypha. Oxford University Press, London, 1957. Also: J. S. Wright, in The Evangelical Quarterly, April 1947, p.97

9 Rom. 3:1, 2 (RV)

10 F. F. Bruce, The Books and the Parchments. Pickering and Inglis, London, 1962

11 J. Willoughby, The New Testament Canon. Bible League Quarterly, Oct.-Dec. 1964, p.117-120

12 H. J. Ridderbos, "The Canon of the New Testament". In C. F. H. Henry (editor) Revelation and the Bible. Tyndale Press, London, 1959

13 E. W. Bullinger (editor) The Companion Bible) Appendix 47. Oxford University Press. London

14 Exod.24:4,7

15 Num.33:1,2

16 Deut.4:2

17 Deut. 17:18

18 Deut. 31:9

19 Deut. 31:24-26

20 Deut. 18:17, 18

21 Acts 3:22

22 Josh. 24:26

23 1 Sam. 10:25

242 Chr. 23:11

25 Jer.26:18

26 Dan. 9:2

27 Mic. 3:6

28 Mal.4:2-6

29 John 8:12

30 Acts 1:8

31 1Tim.5:18

32 2 Pet.3:16

33 1 Cor. 14:37 (NEB)

34 1 Cor. 12:7-10 (NEB)

35 2 Thess. 2:2

36 Rev. 2:2

37 1 Thess. 5:19-21 (NEB)

38 I John 4:1 (NEB)

39 Gen. 9:25-27 (RV marginal rendering)

40 Judg. 1:28 (RSV)

Chapter 18

1 J Skinner, in Dictionary of the Bible (editor, J. Hastings). T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1909

2 W. F. Mbright, The Archaeology of Palestine. Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, 1960

3 W. F. Albright, The Biblical Period from A bra ham to Ezra. Harper and Row, New York, 1963

4 Dan. 5

5 Revised Standard Version

6 Gen. 33:3

7 Gen. 31:19

8 Isa. 37:33-36 (RSV)

9 The Bible as History, by W. Keller (Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1956) is probably the most popular book of this kind; it suffers from a lack of detail and precision, and some of its conclusions are outdated, but it is very readable. *The Biblical World, by C. F. Pfeiffer (Pickering and Inglis, London, 1966, published in U.S.A. by Baker Book House) contains a wealth of accurate information in dictionary form, and is quite intelligible to the non-specialist.

10 N. Glueck, Rivers in the Desert. Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, New York, 1959

11 Professor F. F. Bruce, Archaeological Confirmation of the New Testament. In C. F. H. Henry (editor) Revelation and the Bible. Tyndale Press, London, 1958

12 ibid.

13 John 19:13

14 J. C. Whitcomb, Darius the Mede. Eerdman, Grand Rapids, 1959.

15 Professor D. J. Wiseman, "Some Historical Problems in the Book of Daniel", in Notes on Some Problems in the Book of Daniel, Tyndale Press, London, 1965

16 E. R. Thiele, The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings. Eerdman, Grand Rapids, 1951

17 1 Kgs 17:12

18 Dr. R. E. D. Clark, "The Large Numbers of the Old Testament". J. Trans. Victoria Inst., 1955, 87, p.82

19 Sir W. Ramsay, The Bearing of Recent Discovery on the Trust-worthiness of the New Testament. Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1915

20 Adolf Harnack, New Testament Studies No. 1:Luke the Physician. Williams and Horgate, London, 1907

21 Prof. C. H. Gordon, "Higher Critics and Forbidden Fruit". In F. E.

Gaebelein (editor) Christianity Today. Spire Books, New Jersey, 1968

22 P. J. Wiseman, New Discoveries in Babylonia about Genesis. Marshall, Morgan and Scott, London, 1936

Chapter 19

1 Matt. 27:37

2 Mark 15:26

3 Luke 23:38

4 John 19:19

5 John 19:20

6 Luke 2:16

7 Luke 2:11

8 Verse 12

9 Matt.2:11

10 Verse i6

11 Verse ii

12 Hos.6:6

13 Matt. 9:13; 12:7

14 Deut. 5:3

15 1 Sam. 28:6

16 1 Chr. 10:13, 14

17 1 Sam. 13:8-13

18 Isa. 28:16

19 1 Pet.2:6(RV)

20 Rom.10:18

21 Ps. 19:1

22 Mark 1:2. (All the ancient Greek manuscripts include the name Isaiah, although it is omitted from the English Authorised Version.)

23 This theme is dealt with very fully in: *A. Jukes, Characteristic Diflerences of the Four Gospels. Nisbet, London, 1886. Republished as Four Views of Christ by Kregel, Grand Rapids, 1972

24 Matt.21:9

25 Matt. 24:15, 16

26 Luke 21:20,21

27 The Synoptic Problem

28 Lev. 26:44

29 Deut. 28:20

30 Amos 9:8

Chapter 20

1 Matt. 21:18, 19

2 Matt. 4:1-4

3 See Joel 1:7; and Hos.9:10,16

4 Luke 13:6-9)

5 Gen.2:24

6 Matt. 19:4-6

7 Verses 7, 8

8 Deut. 17:17

9 1 Kgs.11:3,4

10 Gen. 24

11 The Book of Ruth

12 John 8:1-11

13 Matt. 19:9

14 Matt. 19:11, 12

15 Rom. 16:1,2

16 1 Cor. 7:1-5 (Read in RSV, preferably).

17 Verse 7

18 Verse 26

19 Ezra 9:1 to 10:17

20 Sir Arthur Quiller Couch, On the Art of Reading (Chapters 8-10)

Cambridge University Press, London, 1920

21 Exod. 34:6, 7

22 1 John 4:~io

23 Lev. 19:18

24 l John4:21

25 Gen.13:13; 19:24

26 Matt. 13:40, 41,42

27 See Acts 12:23, for one such exceptional case

28 See, for example, 2 Thess. 1

29 1 Chr.28:3

30 For example, Micah 4:1-4; Isa. 11:1-11; Zech, 9:10

31 John 11:49-52

32 Isa. 45:5

33 Judg. 11:24

34 Josh. 24:27

35 Judg. 9:8-15

36 Isa.14:9-11

37 Rom. 9:17, 18 (RV)

38 Compare Exod. 3:9, 10 with 4:21

39 Matt. 19:28

40 For example: Deut. 30:19; Josh. 24:15; 1 Kgs. 18:21; Ezek. 18; Rom. 2:6-8

41 G. W. Foote and W. P. Ball, The Bible Handbook (9th edition) Pioneer Press, London, 1942

42 John 6:54

43 Ezek.29:10-13

Chapter 21

1 Rom. 6:23

2 David F. Horrobin, Science is God. Medical and Technical Publishing Co., Lancaster, 1970

3 Matt. 4:1-10

4 Heb.4:15(RSV)

5 1 Cor. 15:i2-19

6 Josh. 10:13

7 Acts 1:9

8 Concise Oxford Dictionary, 3rd Edition. Oxford University Press, London, 1934

9 J. R. Powell and D. Finkeistein, Ball Lighting. American Scientist,

1970, 58, pp. 262-80

10 R. Houwink, Data: Mirrors of Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1970

11 G. McReady Price, The New Geology. Pacific Press, Mountain View, California, 1923

12 Professor H. M. Morris and Professor J. C. Whitcomb, The Genesis Flood. Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., Philadelphia, 1962

13 Dr. F. A. Filby, The Flood Reconsidered. Pickering and Inglis, London, 1970. See also Chapter 6 of Professor B. Ramm, The Christian View of Science and Scripture. Paternoster Press, Exeter, 1964. (Previously published in U.S.A. by sEerdmans.)

14 Gen.41:57

15 Deut. 2:25

16 1 Kgs. 18:10

17 Dan. 2:38

18 Ezra 1:2

19 Col. 1:23

20 Gen. 7:19

21 Verse 21

22 Gen. 8:4, names the mountains of Ararat (in Armenia) as the place where the ark eventually came to rest

23 Luke 17:26, 27

24 Gen. 1:1

25 A. R. Ubbelohde, Man and Energy (Chapter 13). Pelican Books, London, 1963

26 Ubbelohde, Chapter 16

27 Sir Harold Spencer Jones, Continuous Creation. Proc. Royal Inst., 35, 1952, p.336

28 ibid.

29 *Dr. A. D. Norris, Believing the Bible. Pickering and Inglis, London, 1947

30 Dr. F. A. Filby, Creation Revealed. Pickering and Inglis, London, 1963

31 Jer. 4:23

32 Dr. L. M. Davies, The Bible and Modern Science. Constable, Edinburgh, 1953

33 Romanes, in Nature (London), 11th Aug., 1881. Quoted by W. H.

Turton in The Truth of Christianity. Wells, Gardner, Darton and Co., London, 1919

34 2 Pet. 3:8

35 Ps. 90:4

36 *P. J. Wiseman, Creation Revealed in Six days. Marshall Morgan and Scott, London, 1948

37 Gen.1:1

Chapter 22

1 *Professor H. M. Morris, The Twilight of Evolution. Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. Co., Philadelphia, 1963

2 R. J. Rushdoony, The Mythology of Science. Craig Press, Nutley, New Jersey, 1967

3 Zygmunt Litynski, "Should We Burn Darwin?". Science Digest, Jan.1961, 51, p. 61

4 G. A. Kerkut, Implications of Evolution. Pergamon Press, London and New York, 1960

5 Professor W. A. Thompson, F.R.S., Introduction to The Origin of Species, Centenary Edition (Everyman Library No. 811). J. M. Dent and Sons, London, 1956

6 H. G. Wells, Mind at the End of Its Tether. Heinemann, London, 1945

7 Professor K. Walker, Meaning and Purpose. Pelican Books, Harmondsworth, 1950

8 John Pfeiffei; "Man-Through Time's Mists". The Saturday Evening Post, 1966, 239th Year, no. 25, p.41

9 R. T. Bakker, "Ecology of the Brontosaurs". Nature, 1971, 229, p.172

10 Theoretical Blow to the Origin of Life (Anon.). New Scientist, February 19th 1970, p.344

11 Dr. Desmond Morris, The Naked Ape. Jonathan Cape, London, 1967

12 "RNA Evolves by itself in a Test Tube" (Anon.). New Scientist, December 11th 1969

13 J. Millot, The Coelacanth. Scientific American, December 1955, p.37

14 Sir Julian Huxley, Evolution: The Modern Synthesis. Allen and Unwin, London, 1942

15 Matt.5:5

16 Gen.ii:7,8

17 Gen. 1:24 (RV)

Chapter 23

1 Luke 3:38

2 Matt. 19:4, 5

3 Rom. 5:12-17; 1 Cor. 15:20-23, 45-49

4 W. H. Green, "Primeval Chronology". Bibliotheca Sacra, 1890, 47. pp. 285-303

5 *J. Urquhart, How Old is Man? James Nisbet and Co., London, 1904

6 For example, B. C. Nelson, Before Abraham: Prehistoric Man in Biblical Light. Augsburg Publishing House, Minneapolis, 1948. Also, Appendix 2 in Reference 12 of Chapter 21

7 Matt. i:8 (RV)

8 Verse 17

9 Verse i2-i6

10 Ezra 7:1-5

11 Gen. 11:12

12 Luke 3:36

13 Gen. 11:26

14 Gen. 11:32; 12:1-4; Acts 7:4

15 Based on a comparison of Gen 10:22; Gen. 11:10; and I Pet. 3:20

16 For an example of a younger son becoming a "reckonable firstborn", see Gen. 25:31-33

17 F. Bordes, 'Modern Man's Origins". New Scientist, October 23rd 1969, p.204

18 Dr. B. G. Campbell, "Science and Human Evolution". Nature, 1964, 203, pp.448-51

19 T. Molleson. New Scientist, June i5th 1972, p.647-648

20 J. D. Ratchif, "How Man Began". Reader's Digest (British Edition), November, 1965

21 M. A. Tamers and F. J. Pearson, "Validity of radiocarbon dates on bone". Nature, 1965, 208, p.1053

22 Dr. L. S. B. Leakey, The Progress and Evolution of Man in Africa.

Oxford University Press, London, 1961

23 Gen. 1:27

24 See Col. 1:15, i6; 2 Cor. 4:4; and Heb. 1:3

25 Dr. Jane Goodall, My Friends the Chimps. National Geographic Society, Washington, 1967

Chapter 24

1 Gen.3:16,17

2 Gen.3:19

3 1 John 4:8

4 John 14:15

5 Ps. 145:20

6 Prov. 13:13

7 2Thess.1:8,9

8 Matt. 10:28

9 R. E. Nixon, in The New Bible Commentary Revised. Inter-Varsity Press, London, 1970

10 William Tyndale, Exposition upon Certain Words in Holy Scripture

11 Luther's Works, vol.2, folio 107. Wittemburg, 1562

12 Acts 14:19

13 Acts 14:22

14 Eccles.9:11,12

15 Heb.5:8

16 See Matt. 27:44; and Luke 23:39

17 Luke 23:40, 41 (NEB)

18 Luke 23:42,43

19 Rev. 7:14-17

Chapter 25

1 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, "The Boscombe Valley Mystery". (From The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.)

2 Evening Citizen, Glasgow, February 6th 1971

3 Gen. 25:29-34

4 Josh. 6:26 (NEB)

5 1 Kgs. 16:34

6 Luke 17:2~30

7 Rom.5:12

8 Gal. 5:17 (RSV)

9 Exod. 16:2, 3; Num. 14:2-4

10 Luke 13:34

11 Luke 18:13

12 John 12:48

Chapter 26

1 Ps. 119:18 (RSV)

2 Published by Pickering and Inglis, London.

3 2The Interlinear Bible (AV and RV). Aletheja Books, London,1969

4 Gal. 3:8

5 John 8:56

6 1 Cor. 10:16

7 2 Cor. 13:14

8 2Cor.6:14

9 Rom. i5:26

10 2Cor.9:13

11*Dr. R. Young, Analytical Concordance to the Holy Bible. Lutterworth Press, London, 8th edition, 1939

12 Dr. J. Strong, The Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. Hodder and Stoughton, London, 29th edition, 1970

13 *Dr. J. D. Douglas (editor), The New Bible Dictionary. Inter-Varsity Fellowship, London, 1962

14 *Dr. D. Guthrie and J. A. Motyer (editors), The New Bible Commen tary Revised. Inter-Varsity Fellowship, London, 1970

Quoted by C. W. H. Amos, in Christ or the Critics? (Appendix B) Marshall, Morgan and

Scott, London, 1933

16 Readings Cards (published yearly); Daily Notes (published quarterly). Scripture Union, London

17 2Tim.3:15-17

Chapter 27

I 2Tim.2:9(NEB)

2 W. E. H. Lecky, History of European Morals. Lonamans, London, 1869

3 Quoted in the introduction to the Gideon International edition of the Bible

4 Yong Choon Ahn, The Seed Must Die. Inter-Varsity Fellowship, London, 1965

5 Rev. 2:10

6 1 Cor. 6:7

7 Ps. 34:7

8 2Tim.3:1-5

9 R. Pache, The Inspiration and Authority of Scripture. Moody Press, Chicago, 1969

10 Luke 8:11

11 Verse8

12 Verses 5-7

13 Mark4:26-8(TEV)

14 1 Pet. 1:23

15 Heb.4:12

16 1 Thess. 2:13

17 Jas. 1:21,22 (RV)

18 2 Tim. 1:12 (RV)

192 Cor. 7:5, 6

20 Matt. 26:75

21 Ps.34:8

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