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The Witness of the Stars

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"The Witness of the Stars," by E. W. Bullinger, is one of the best works available on Biblical astronomy. Bullinger is very concise in his Biblical ... Show synopsis

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JOSEPH  C

WITNESS OF THE STARS

by JOSEPH C on Dec 29, 2011

FOR THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN THE GOSPEL OFJESUS CHRIST, THE ZODIAC WAS CREATED BY GOD TO TELL THE STORY OF THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE ZODIAC, STARTING WITH VIRGO AND CONTINUING ALL THE WAY CLOCKWISE TO LEO, WAS EXPLAINED BY GOD TO ADAM AND PASSED DOWN VIA ORAL HISTORY FROM ADAM TO HIS DESCENDANTS. AS THE WRITTEN WORD CAME INTO BEING SOME 2500 YEARS LATER, THE ORAL HISTORY WAS RELEGATED TO THE BACK BURNER AND EVENTUALLY FORGOTTEN. THIS BOOK, WRITTEN IN THE 1890's, RECAPTURES THE STORY AS ORIGINALLY PASSED DOWN FROM GOD TO ADAM. THERE IS TREMENDOUS ATTENTION TO DETAIL, AND TREMENDOUS SUPPLEMENTATION VIA PICTURES OF THE ZODIAC SIGNS AND THE CONSTELLATONS WHICH MAKE UP EACH OF THEM. FOR THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN THE BIBLE AND ITS SUFFICIENCY, THIS BOOK IS A REAL TREAT AND HIGHLIGHTS THE BIBLICAL FACT THAT THERE IS NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.

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budmashburn

Very helpful book.

by budmashburn on Jun 10, 2010

The author was extremely enlightened for the late 1800s. Considering inforation sources and technology of today the author did an excellent job.

estudiar

It's Not Astrology

by estudiar on Feb 18, 2008

After getting over the first impression that this book was about astrology, I was pleased to find it was much more than a simple guide to the constellations. Other sections deal with related issues, such as the "Star of Bethlehem", history of the zodiacs of the ancient world, and the interesting mention of the Arab astronomer, Abumazer, and so on. As the book points out,the constellations got their shapes and "stories" not from some ancient imagination, but from the God-given names of the stars within each constellation. Many names are repeated throughout the zodiac, in different form, but with the same meaning, tying those particular signs together. Although it was a difficult read, the book was an excellent resource for a children's course on the constellations, and gives new meaning to Ps 19.

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donr
by donr on Jan 24, 2008

Very useful resource book. Companion volume for his work on numbers.

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