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The Legacy of Adam and Eve

 

CHAPTER-BY-CHAPTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter Title

Page

 1 R The Adamic Problem F 1
  2
R
 A Living Record
F

9

  3
R
The Gods of Mythology
F 21
  4
R
 An, The Father
F 27
  5
R
 Hawa, The Creator
F 32
 6
R
Oc, The Fallen Brother
F 40
  7
R
 Other Place Names
F 44
 8
R
The Adamic Place Names
F 52
  9
R
 Social Honorifics and Titles
F 58
  10
R
 The Hebrew Verb Root, Don
F 65
  11
R
 Folk Origins
F 70
  12
R
 An Adamic Thesis
F 75
  13
R
 The Origins of Myth
F 82
  14
R
 Hebrew-Sumerian Myth Parallels
F 88
 15
R
Blood and Fertility Myths
F 96
  16
R
Marriage Practices 
F 106
  17
R
Our Great Granddaddy
F 115
  18
R
Myth and Reality 
F 122
  19
R
 History Through Linguistics
F 130
  20
R
 The Egyptian Book of Life
F 140
  21
R
Egyptian Religious Comparisons 
F 147
   22
R
  The Meaning of the Traditions
F 156
  23
R
World Ages
F 161
  24
R
Earth Upheavals
F 169
  25
R
The Dispensations of the Earth 
F 177
  26
R
The Ancient King Lists of the World
F 185
  27
R
The Flood 
F 193
   28
R
The Date of the Flood
F 202
 
R
 An Assessment
F 210
  29
R
 The Mysterious Habiru
F 216
  30
R
 A Covenant With Israel
F 236
  31
R
The Twelve Tribes 
F 248
  32
R
A Sifting Among the Nations 
F 256
  33
R
 Some Practical Realities
F 266
  34
R
 Mediterranean Ferment
F 272
  35
R
The Iberians
F 282
   36
R
The Kimmerians 
F 292
  37
R
The Kelts 
F 300
  38
R
The Stone of Destiny 
F 310
  39
R
The Apostles on the Twelve Tribes
F 324
  40
R
Focus
F 338
  41
R
Motivations
F 346
  42
R

Evidence of Language

F 348
  43
R
A Great Light Shall Shine 
F 354
  44
R
Coming Over
F 362
  45
R
 Other Linguistic Evidence
F 370
  46
R
The Pronouns
F 378
  R

Appendix A: The Word

F 384
  R

List of References

F 388

 

Following are Papers on Hebrew-English Cognates
Letter to Calvert Watkins How did Kaisar get his Title
Sir and Sar Abash Fire and Ash Bawl
Tour Dumb Adore Plea
Break Shade Oath Bore
Part Shiver Gaze Laugh
A Life of Love Spy Disperse-Parse Hush
Cleave Omen Dagger Idea

List of References

BDB: Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament, F. Brown, S. R. Driver, and C. A. Briggs, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1951. Now available electronically from Logos Bible Software, as Enhanced Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon, electronic edition, Logos Research Systems, Oak Harbor, WA, 2000.

SEC: Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, J. Strong, Abingdon Press, New York, 1890. Now available on line from multiple sources, such as BIBLESOFT, 22014 7th Ave. South, Seattle, WA 98198.

OED: Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford University Press, 1971. Now available on line from Online Subscription Department, Oxford University Press, 198 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016.

TWOT: Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament by R. Laird Harris, Gleason L. Archer, and Bruce K. Waltke, Moody Press, 1980. Now available on line from multiple sources, such as BIBLESOFT, 22014 7th Ave. South, Seattle, WA 98198.

The Word: Isaac Mozeson, SPI Books, New York, 1989

Indo-European Lexicon; Pokorny Master PIE Etyma: A catalogue of words with references to individual IE languages. Refer to:

http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/ielex/PokornyMaster-X.html

I offer no references for words that come from various other languages, and that can be traced by browsing the World Wide Web.

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