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Abstract

Careful analysis of the most ancient extant Chinese pictographic character writing, found on bronzeware vessels and oracle bone artifacts, reveals identical narratives in ideographic characters to that found in the first three chapters of the Biblical Genesis. This "second Genesis" from a widely separated area of the world. gives added credibility to the human creation epic, as related by Moses.(1)

Keywords

Creationism, Chinese, characters, vessels, bronzeware, artifacts, human, creation, Genesis

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