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Man Before Adam: A Correction To Doctrinal Theology Wallen Yep

Man Before Adam: A Correction To Doctrinal Theology

Wallen Yep

Published April 23rd 2000
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Kindle Edition
108 pages
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Man Before Adam is a cutting-edge book that will provoke your understanding of the origin of mankind. Both science and the Bible were correct, what remained in error was the interpretation of famous men who erred. The compelling arguments mountMoreMan Before Adam is a cutting-edge book that will provoke your understanding of the origin of mankind. Both science and the Bible were correct, what remained in error was the interpretation of famous men who erred. The compelling arguments mount against contemporary doctrines—man came from a monkey between 4.2 to 4.7 million years ago or God created man in 4,004 B.C. In the search for evidence the stunning finding came—the missing link of mankind was found! Both evolutionists and creationists were wrong- the evidentiary findings have to be redefined. A more plausible interpretation must be made and erred doctrines of the past must be corrected. With the use of Mitochondrial DNA trace back, the errors of interpretation become confirmed. We came from a race of humans before the creation of Adam and Eve. The Bible expositors and scholars misinterpreted the Bible. The time for the enormous truth has come. About the Author Wallen Yep, author, educator, and consultant, wrote one of the strongest change agent books for the 21st century. He is listed in Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America, and more than 20 biographical publications. This is so persuasive a book, it becomes a must read for every church member, minister, scientist, teacher, and student. The errors cannot be propagated, and they must be set right. We cannot have educated men make monkeys out of us. Christians cannot ignore the overwhelming scientific findings that man existed on earth well before 4,000 BC. Wallen Yep has also published The Sequel and Who Are You? with toExcel.