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Ancient Post-Flood History [Kindle Edition]

Ken Johnson
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)

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Book Description

This book is a Christian timeline of ancient post-Flood history based on Bible chronology, the early church fathers, and ancient Jewish and secular history. This can be used as a companion guide in the study of Creation science. This revised edition adds the background history of nine new countries. Learn the true origins of the countries and people of France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Ireland, Scotland, Greece, Italy, Russia, Egypt, Israel, Iraq, Iran, China, the Arabs, the Kurds, and more. Some questions answered: Who were the Pharaohs in the times of Joseph and Moses? When did the famine of Joseph occur? What Egyptian documents mention these? When did the Exodus take place? When did the kings of Egypt start being called "Pharaoh" and why? Who was the first king of a united Italy? Who was Zeus and where was he buried? Where did Shem and Ham rule and where were they buried? How large was Nimrod's invasion force that set up the Babylonian Empire, and when did this invasion occur? What is Nimrod's name in Persian documents? How can we use this information to witness to unbelievers? Brought to you by Biblefacts Ministries, Biblefacts.org


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About the Author

Ken Johnson is an author and lecturer who speaks on a variety of issues related to Bible prophecy, ancient history, and the apostasy that will form in the church in the last days. He received a Doctorate in Theology from the Christian College of Texas, Texarkana Tx, in 1989. He is also the author of the website Biblefacts.org

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  • File Size: 526 KB
  • Print Length: 190 pages
  • Publisher: Biblefacts.org (June 12, 2012)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008B7WWTG
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
There is a lot of delicious material to be discovered in these pages, and definitely a lot of scholarship. Johnson's thesis is convincing on all but his synchronism of Egyptian dates and thus dynasties, with biblical events and persons.
I came to this topic with high expectations but felt let down by the author's method of recording his data without footnotes or index. Using A.M. dating without corresponding Gregorian calendar dates is a continuing irritation.
But one can only be grateful for another author to go against the grain of those with closed minds who refuse to consider that biblical sources are a reliable source of our true ancestry.
There are many, many more ancient documents he could have consulted and listed with ancestries carefully preserved right back to Noah and his sons. Johnson seems not to have taken into account the extensive, ground-breaking data in Bill Cooper's "After the Flood, the early post-flood history of Europe back to Noah", New Wine Press, England, 1995.
And where are the footnotes!?How I longed for references so I could check for myself and thus feel on solid ground if I needed to back up so many of his bold statements. It is not good enough to list two or three books at the end of a chapter as your source.
Why no index? If you are going to argue for a strongly contested point of view - then an index and footnotes are essential for other scholars, even if the average reader may not wish to check out any point raised.
For instance from where did he glean the statement that an inscription on a 'black granite Naos at Ismailia' refers to Pharaoh's entire army being destroyed in a 'whirlpool'?
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72 of 82 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Want to know real history? June 21, 2008
Format:Paperback
Dr. Ken Johnson's book, Ancient Post-Flood History, is quite possibly one of the finest and most accurate historical books written in our time. He looks at history through the scope of the Holy Bible and the historical documents that have been preserved throughout the generations to give a more accurate account of what really happened in times long past. I would highly encourage anyone, especially Bible believing Christians, to read this book.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A plus historical read October 10, 2012
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The author has impressive knowledge that anyone interested in biblical history, geographical and prophetical information would want to read ken Johnson's expertly researched and defining truth of biblical information. I read this book once, sat it down, picked it up within 30 minutes and started reading it again. I wanted to grasp every word he wrote. As a bible prophecy researcher, I would recommend all of Mr. Johnson's books. He has a way of sending you through biblical timelines like they took him only minutes to put together but you know the process took him so much more time than that. He has charts, timelines, explains the different varieties of prophecies in the bible and supplies the bibles chapters and verses to back up everything he adds to his writing.

I have read his other books as well and I would recommend every book by this author. Ken Johnson has a way of taking you to the places mention in the bible like you were standing next to the people he talks about. The stories come alive, make sense and to my knowledge his books are biblically researched along with many excerpts from ancient church fathers. These men give their insight into the prophecies that Johnson writes about. He has a website in the back of his book that is an excellent resource that will help you to further your knowledge of the bible and prophetical happenings and future prophecies that are in a short time will begin to happen.

He discusses the shepards of Israel, amazing stuff. Read it! you will read it again and maybe even the third time. It is that type of book.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Sensational but Unsubstantiated December 7, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
As a conservative Christian, I approached this book with high expectations but was greatly disappointed.
I majored in history and spent 13 years overseas during my Army career visiting many of the areas Mr. Johnson discussed in his short book. After leaving the Army, I taught world and U.S. history in high school for 13 years and have been teaching Sunday school for many years. I feel that I am knowledgeable concerning ancient history.
I found Mr. Johnson's assertions to be generally unfounded. It troubled me for him to make unsubstantiated claims in one chapter and then refer to them as proof in subsequent chapters. His lack of footnotes, reliance on uncorroborated sources, and his often convoluted logic strained my credulity concerning his writing.
Some, perhaps many, fundamentalist Christians may cite this book as an authoritative source, but I personally feel that it detracts from the great sweeping stories of the Bible many of which must be taken on faith. Christians have an awesome story to tell. Alas, this book does not support their efforts. I cannot recommend this book to anyone for any reason. I took advantage of the Amazon Prime lending library to read this book for free.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars It would be OK if.... January 17, 2014
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The book is based on the acceptance of 'The Book Of Jasher'. Which I also purchased. But the book of Jasher is not found with the dead sea scrolls, the earliest manuscript is from the 1400 AD, And it does not jive with the Bible, which we have plenty of ancient manuscripts of. In my opinion, the book of assure was written in the 1300-1400, and is not acceptable as a history except where it matches the Bible. I do not agree that the Book of assure is the same one mentioned in the Bible, as the two conflict. Where the book follows the Bible, I think it is accurate enough, and interesting, but because it is tainted by a book that really has historical standing, I take the whole thing with a grain of salt!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
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Published 17 days ago by Bob Charles
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Read
This is the sixth book by Ken Johnson I have read and so far, it is the favorite. After reading this one, I decided I had to read the Ancient Book of Jasher.
Published 20 days ago by Ben
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
interesting
Published 1 month ago by Steven
3.0 out of 5 stars Great book with lots of historical references cited
Great book with lots of historical references cited, the downside is that the Author continues to insert comment paragraphs on his interpretations of the things cited in his books.
Published 1 month ago by Sonny Turner
5.0 out of 5 stars Good history of Noah's family and the nations they developed.
Well researched document that notes the sons of Noah, their families, and the lands/peoples that developed from them. Easy to read and understand. Good history of those times.
Published 1 month ago by Dee
5.0 out of 5 stars From Noah to the history of nations
I have been searching everywhere for that hard to find history between the Flood and the beginnings of nations and recorded historical names. I found some of what I needed here. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Mark D. Hornbogen
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent dating method to eliminate the BC AD method with ...
Excellent dating method to eliminate the BC AD method with its constant going backwards and foreward to arrive at what is being said. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Duane D. Alexenko
4.0 out of 5 stars A good reference book to the chronology of the world history ...
A good reference book to the chronology of the world history based in the biblical chronology, that is the most acurate that we know.
Published 2 months ago by Fernando P. Cbmara
5.0 out of 5 stars You'll learn things in this book you've never learned or read before....
This and the book of Jasher should be bought together. Both educational, and informative of our ancient Biblical past.
Published 2 months ago by Llittle Dove
5.0 out of 5 stars Ken Johnson does a great job bringing together ancient documents from...
Ken Johnson does a great job bringing together ancient documents from the Jews and other cultures to show a cohesive account of the birth of the major nations of the world.
Published 3 months ago by mikebragge
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Ken Johnson was born in 1965 and became a Christian at the age of 12. He quickly realized there were differences in doctrine in various denominations and sought out to prove to himself the correct interpretation of these issues that divide Christians. After an intensive study of the first century church he sought to bring back the teaching of the disciples of the 12 apostles. He has authored numerous books and made ancient Jewish scrolls available to the English speaking world.

He currently travels to churches inside the USA, speaking on these and other topics. He currently attends Calvary Chapel of Johnson County, located in Olathe Kansas.

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