Biblical Anthropology

Biblical Anthropology : The Doctrine of Adam Man

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For millions the world over, and the clergy who lead them, Adam is the progenitor of every kind, or species, of man on earth. Others hold the idea that Adam is not the father of all races, and that each race had its origin as a separate and distinct creation. Moreover, many remnant Christians believe that God's Word does not allow for the unity of all races in Adam. Before evolution was in vogue, a majority of all Christians held this latter view. Many remnant Christians are convinced that the eight Adamite souls who walked off the Ark cannot be the progenitors of all the racial types (kinds or species) of man found on this planet. Remnant Christians believe that the separate and distinct races created at the beginning survived the world-wide flood of Noah's generation aboard the Ark itself. Was Adam the father of all races? Do all the distinct races share a common beginning in Adam? Mainstream Christianity stands wholly convicted that God knows nothing of racial distinction. They believe heart and soul, from pulpit to the pew, that all races share a common beginning in Adam, that all are alike save for the pigmentation of the skin. Since they share a common need to be washed in the redeeming blood of Christ and are all God's family of redeemed people, is it acceptable then to share a common biological union in marriage? Read on and find out!
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  • Paperback | 386 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 20mm | 445g
  • North Charleston SC, United States
  • English
  • 1470044560
  • 9781470044565
  • 59,912