Education Essay

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After the Flood by Bill Cooper CONTENTS Introduction: In the Beginning Chapter 1 The Knowledge of God amongst the early Pagans Chapter 2 Where to Begin Chapter 3 Nennius and the Table of European Nations Chapter 4 The Chronicles of the early Britons Chapter 5 The History of the early British Kings Chapter 6 The Descent of the Anglo-Saxon Kings Chapter 7 The Descent of the Danish and Norwegian Kings Chapter 8 The Descent of the Irish Celtic Kings Chapter 9 Ancient Chronologies and the Age of the Earth Chapter 10 Dinosaurs from Anglo-Saxon and other Records Chapter 11 Beowulf and the Creatures of Denmark Chapter 12 Conclusion Chapter 13 What the CSM is all about Appendices Appendix I The Nations of Shem Appendix 2 The Nations of Ham Appendix 3 The Nations of Japheth Appendix 4 Surviving MSS of the early Welsh Chronicles Appendix 5 The Latin Text of Nennius 17 and 18 Appendix 6 The Molmutine Laws and Pagan Britain Appendix 7 The Genealogy of the early British Kings Appendix 8 The Descent of the East Saxon Kings Appendix 9 The Historical Characters of Beowulf Appendix 10 Zoologically applied terms in the Beowulf Appendix 11 Epic From Japheth to Brutus Appendix 12 The Descent from Japheth of the Miautso Appendix 13 Britain's First Christian Appendix 14 The Irish Chronicles and the end of the Ice Age Bibliography AFTER THE FLOOD The Early post-Flood History of Europe Introduction In the Beginning It is commonly thought in this present age that nothing is worthy of our belief unless first it can be scientifically demonstrated and observed to be true. This idea, known today as 2 empiricism, has been around since the 1920s, and says basically that nothing is to be taken on trust, and that anything which lacks direct corroboration must be discarded from mankind's find of knowledge as simply not worth the knowing. Not surprisingly, a

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