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Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestors

Tower of Babel The Cultural History of Our Ancestors Study the real life event of the Tower of Babel and its impact today In today s culture the battle over Genesis is raging on One of the key battle points is the account of the Tower of Babel in

  • Title: Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestors
  • Author: Bodie Hodge
  • ISBN: 9780890517154
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback
  • Study the real life event of the Tower of Babel and its impact today In today s culture, the battle over Genesis 1 11 is raging on One of the key battle points is the account of the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11 Many today, even within the church, attack this account as mythology or that it has little to no value in history and needs to be reinterpreted Do their claimsStudy the real life event of the Tower of Babel and its impact today In today s culture, the battle over Genesis 1 11 is raging on One of the key battle points is the account of the Tower of Babel in Genesis 11 Many today, even within the church, attack this account as mythology or that it has little to no value in history and needs to be reinterpreted Do their claims stand up Not at all Don t be deceived, come and learn what the world has tried to hide from you Was the Tower of Babel real and what did it look like Where does your ancestry come from What about the great ages of the patriarchs and how does that relate to pagan ancestor worship The world s religion of evolution and millions of years has done what they can to suppress ancient history and try to rewrite it Sadly, the next generation is being taught this evolutionary make believe history often called revisionist history.

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    1. Faith on said:

      I first found Bodie Hodge's writing at Answers In Genesis, and his articles have helped me and been a blessing to many Creationists.He has now written a new book "The Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of our Ancestors."When I saw this book coming in the Spring review list for New Leaf Publishing Group I jumped at the chance, and I found that this is a very interesting, thorough, and clearly written book.As Creationists, we know that Genesis One through Eleven is under attack. Evolutionary ide [...]

    2. Stacie Wyatt on said:

      I read the Tower of Babel, in exchange for review from New Leaf Publishing group. I received the Kindle edition of the book. The book was written by Bodie Hodge and published by Master Books.The book starts out with a discussion on how some people don't believe in the bible. Some people doubt the bible. Some people think the stories are made up (Noah's Ark and the Tower of Babel for example). The bible is under attack. The book is also easy-to-read, which is good for any theology book. The chapt [...]

    3. Bonny on said:

      What greater treat for a genealogist like myself than this genealogy of the entire world, tracing people groups back to Noah through the dispersion at the Tower of Babel! A fascinating insight into the early history of our ancestors. It was especially exciting to see the names of locations still used today that reflect the names of their original namesakes, grandchildren of Noah!

    4. Michael Burkes on said:

      Awesome!A very good and understandable explanation of Babel, as well as many other points in Genesis and 'salvation history'. I no longer have any doubts that any of these events actually took place. I am a devout Catholic, but Bodie Hodge makes this book a precious jewel for all believers.

    5. John Friend on said:

      Very good book great info but a very hard read, 4 stars for information it contains but pretty sleepy reading

    6. Foundations Creation on said:

      Rating: 5 Stars Difficulty: Easy to read and understand, layman's terms.Age Recommendation: Preteens, Teens, and Adults.Often times, when eating a meal with our extended family, the topic of of ancestry is brought up in discussion. We hear of a famous actor or sports player who was related to us in some distant way, or of a strange marriage arrangement which connects two related families, and so on. Oftentimes, the conclusion of such conversations is simply the old saying, “It’s a small worl [...]

    7. Holly Sullivan on said:

      The Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestorsby Bodie HodgeOne of my favorite books of all time is After the Flood, by Bill Cooper. I always hoped that somebody would have the time to do a little more in-depth research on the history of the various families after the dispersion of Babel, so I was thrilled when I found out that Bodie Hodge had done just that! (Being an aspiring polyglot, a genealogist, and a lover of history, there really isn't anything a book could offer that could b [...]

    8. RH on said:

      This book will blow your mind----It was an absolutely fascinating read! I thought at first that it would be a bit dry, but within two chapters, author Bodie Hodge had captured my attention, and kept it for the duration of the book. I had to slow my reading down when I hit the various people groups and their dispersion, and there's no doubt that new information could be gleaned if one read the book several times.Chapter 17 is definitely the longest chapter as it comes in at 70 pages. Entitled "Wh [...]

    9. Robert on said:

      "Tower of Babel" by Bodie Hodge is a new book that traces the ancestry of modern humans back to the dispersion of mankind at the Tower of Babel". I found that Mr. Hodge's research was very in-depth and thorough. At times, I was actually overwhelmed by the amount, and the detail, of his findings.For anyone who believes that the Biblical record is true, this is a faith-building book. Mr. Hodge treats the account of the global flood, and of the language-confusing dispersion of the people at Babel, [...]

    10. Jalynn Patterson on said:

      About the Book:The Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestors reveals our shared ancestry as never before! Many are familiar with the Biblical account of Babel, but after the dispersal, there was a void beyond Biblical history until empires like Rome and Greece arose. Now, discover the truth of these people groups and their civilizations that spread across the earth and trace their roots back to Babel as well as to the sons and grandsons of Noah.Many of today’s scholars write off wh [...]

    11. Mazzou B on said:

      The Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestors reveals our shared ancestry as never before! Many are familiar with the Biblical account of Babel, but after the dispersal, there was a void beyond Biblical history until empires like Rome and Greece arose. Now, discover the truth of these people groups and their civilizations that spread across the earth and trace their roots back to Babel as well as to the sons and grandsons of Noah.Tower of Babel Reviews AvailableAuthor Bodie Hodge res [...]

    12. Heather on said:

      Master Books has never failed to disappoint in the books they publish. Author, Bodie Hodge, takes the reader through impeccable research and Biblical truths that reveal the hand of God that moved people across the globe after mass disobedience on the plains of Shinar (which means "between two rivers").Bodie Hodge details how the true history of the Tower of Babel is being attacked: evolution-based racism, mythological ideologies, and the reinterpretation of historical events into philosophical i [...]

    13. Jeff Randleman on said:

      A few years ago, a friend gave me a copy of After The Flood, by Bill Cooper. I was fascinated, and read through the entire book, appendices and all, in a couple of evenings. It was full of research and details about what happened just after Noah's Flood, and how mankind was forced to spread out across the face of the earth after God's actions at the Tower of Babel.I loved the information presented in After The Flood. But I wasn't aware of much else along the same lines until recently.A few days [...]

    14. Vera Godley on said:

      I believe it is rather obvious that the lay person (I'm one of those "lay persons") can only take at face value what is taught by "authorities" on the subject of civilizations and events in history, especially ancient history. However, Christians do have an authority on which to base how they individually interpret history and that is God's Word, the Bible. But that, too, you see is open to interpretation by various scholars. So looking at the scholarly work of authorities in the field of archeo [...]

    15. Julie Campbell on said:

      I was drawn in right away with the first chapter, How Do You Pronounce Babel, Anyway?. It seems like a rather unimportant topic to be worthy of a whole chapter, but it goes show that we are still affected by the language division that occurred at Babel. Hodge also uses it to show how hung up we get on the details and tend not to focus on the bigger picture of what led to the dispersion, sin and rebellion against God. If language roots are not as exciting for you, keep reading because it only get [...]

    16. Joe Cortez II on said:

      Several years ago, I embarked on a quest to build my family tree. I wanted to know where my family line led and what my roots were. In theory, this is an easy task; just look up documents from various resources including family interviews, Internet searches, and other places. Well, that research is not as easy as it sounds. Bodie Hodge succeeds in this endeavor. The Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestors provides us with an insightful and revealing look into our human family tree. [...]

    17. Jimmy Reagan on said:

      How would you like a book that addresses parts of the Bible that you have always found difficult to get anything out if? How about, for example, genealogies? How about questions on the races and languages of our world and how exactly the Tower of Babel episode really played out and shaped the world we know today? Then you might really enjoy The Tower of Babel by Bodie Hodge and published by Master Books.I’ll confess some of the material may be too narrow in its appeal your taste. Discussing ho [...]

    18. Rebecca on said:

      This upcoming school year, we are back to year 1 history- Ancients in our 4 year cycle. I'd been planning the upcoming year and when hearing Master Books was looking for reviewers to review Bodie Hodge's new book "Tower of Babel, the cultural history of our ancestors" I was SUPER excited. Unlike Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Chinese, etc. times, the earliest history is a bit hard to cover, due to lack of written resources. This book is a big step in the direction of remedying that problem. My thoughts [...]

    19. Tammy Gisel on said:

      youtube/watch?v=_4QWH2Could all the languages of today truly have come from Babel? Isn’t the Tower of Babel Just a myth? Are the genealogies of the Bible really important? These questions and much more are answered in Bodie Hodge’s “The Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestors.” As a homeschooling family we teach that the Bible is our true, literal history. This book, written in laymen’s terms, is easily understood and upholds the authority of God’s word and supported by [...]

    20. David Green on said:

      I recently Tower of Babel: The Cultural History of Our Ancestors by Bodie Hodge. It is a new book, just published by Master Books, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group. I have always been a fan of Master Books, and am very interested in history, so was very excited to get the book and started reading it as soon as it arrived.Wow! I only thought that I had done a thorough study of the Tower of Babel, until I started reading this book! Mr. Hodge does a very excellent job of defending the accura [...]

    21. Darren Lauser on said:

      I will admit my bias up front, I think I would recommend any book published by Master Books.When browsing the contents of the book, I noticed that there was one appendix, and it was discussing the chronological placement of the book of Job. So, of course, I skipped to that part first! This provided a good deal of helpful information to shape the bibliography for my own research. Thank you Mr. Hodge! WhenHisVoiceIsHeard.wordpressStarting with the pronunciation of the word Babel, as an example, Mr [...]

    22. Heather on said:

      Tower of Babel is packed with so much information and detail that you really can’t just sit down and read it through all at once. It’s not light reading; rather, it’s one of those books that you need to read the section, think about the implications of what is being stated, and then read a bit more. I found myself thinking outside of the box and looking at the tower of Babel in a different light. Yes, I’ve studied the Biblical account of the chaos at the tower, but this book is so much m [...]

    23. Tony Breeden on said:

      Tower of Babel by Bodie Hodge is probably the last book you’ll ever need on anything related to the Biblical Tower of Babel and the Table of Nations. It’s exhaustive and very enlightening.Granted, some of the chapters could have been chopped up into more bite-sized chunks; there was at least one that could have merited being a book all its own. In fact, that chapter [you’ll know it when you come across it] is likely the nucleus around which the rest of this book was constructed.I’ve been [...]

    24. Brandon Lehr on said:

      The Tower of BabelIf you're like me, you probably think of bad guys building a big tower and God confusing their languages. What else is there?Well it turns out there is more to the story than first meets the eye. Bodie Hodge reveals the often overlooked truths to this world changing event in his book, Tower of Babel. If you've ever wanted to explore this subject in greater detail, then this is the book for you.The book is arranged in concise, easy to read chapters, covering everything from the [...]

    25. Tintinrulz on said:

      "Tower of Babel" by Bodie Hodge, is a fantastic look at human history since the scattering at Babel. The author treats the event as biblical history, not truthful mythology. Explored are the remarkable records of ancient nations and early historians related to Babel. Studies in ancestry that trace the history of nations back to Noah's sons - Shem, Ham and Japheth. Also included are the connections between the longevity of the patriarchs and pagan ancestor worship (eg. Nimrod = Baal, the Greco-Ro [...]

    26. Jacob on said:

      Bodie Hodge uncovers massive amounts of data from the families that departed from the Tower of Babel. He tracks down local legends from around the world, sites ancient accounts of history-some often overlooked by many a historian, and he connects them to the families recorded in Genesis. There are far too many names and too many legends to know precise details, but the book is ambitious in nature and does not disappoint. He even provides solid arguments for connecting certain gods in myths with [...]

    27. Tim-melissa Williamson on said:

      As I read I felt as if I were myself digging in the desert to uncover the truth of ancient history. I learned why the biblical account is clearly the source of all the other accounts found in other cultures. I already knew this was true, but now I'm equipped with the reasons why it is true beyond simply my understanding of the truth of Scripture. Now I can answer the questions of unbelievers who care nothing about the Bible in an informed way.I had two favorite parts as I studied. One was learni [...]

    28. Jim on said:

      Pretty interesting, clearly did lots of research for this book and attempted to address some difficult issues. Covers topics like ziggurat structures, the 7,000 plus languages, DNA and human genome project, table of nations, the plethora of old European genealogies tracing back to son's of Noah (all totally lost in our current public education structure). He even dipped into some pseudepigraphical material in his topics. Other interesting topics includes the origin of writing and the source mate [...]

    29. Lee Anne on said:

      Great summary study of the subject, facing & answering questions many may never have even had! A easy read, tho also thoroughly footnoted, researched, etc. Highly recommend for your reference/commentary shelf! So glad I heard about it! Ties in with one's interest in genealogy, languages, movements & connections among the people of Earth.

    30. Paul Bailey on said:

      First part of the book is excellent, second gets a little wrapped up in the endless geaniologies that Paul warns against. Bottom line, you need to read this, babel is happening again and this time there wont be a soft correction from God like confusing our languages to nudge us away from the disaster that comes from this pride and blasphemy.

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