2 thoughts on “Adam and His Kin by Ruth Beechick, a Review

  1. Jeanne

    I loved this book for the thorough analyzing of the Bible
    and putting into word pictures what the early times of man’s
    history may have been like. There is much that we read and
    wonder about, but don’t stop to really think about from the
    evidence we have. This author does that in a refreshing way.
    Most interesting to me was the chart that shows the overlap
    of the lives of the patriarchs. Adam died just a few years
    before the birth of Noah! There would still be people living
    who remembered Adam during Noah’s lifetime. These kinds of
    revelations make the book fascinating.

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