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Genesis and the mystery Confucius couldn't solve
AuthorNelson, Ethel R., 1923-
Broadberry, Richard E.
Pub. LocationSt. LouisPublisherConcordia Pub. House
Date1994Phys. Desc.174 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
LocationReading RoomCall NumberPL1281.N44 1994
Genesis and the mystery Confucius couldn't solve / Ethel R. Nelson, Richard E. Broadberry. -- Rev. 1994.
Originally published: Mysteries Confucius couldn't solve. South Lancaster, MA : Read Books, 1986.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [165]-166) and index.
Staff comment: This volume presents a Creationist interpretation of ancient Chinese script, i.e. the Chinese knew the Creation story and of the promise of a Savior. There are no notes, indices, or critical apparatus, and no reviews were found. In use of archaic Chinese (as opposed to the Jesuits?), the authors never cite where these characters come from; they appear to be randomly selected. This title appears in creation science bibliographies and websites. It seems essentially figurism with a modern face. Use with caution.
Subject(s)Chinese language--Etymology
Chinese language--Religious aspects
Bible. O.T. Genesis--Miscellanea
Chinese classics--Religious aspects
Bible. O.T. Genesis--Chinese source hypothesis
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryEditionRev. ed.Rec. #1758