Alphabetical Listing of Papers

Contrary To Genesis 4:1, Adam Was Definitely Not Cain’s Father!


The cited verse above, from the KJV, reads: And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the Lord.” This verse seems to have been corrupted even before the Septuagint!

I will cite some of the oldest manuscripts we have access to in an attempt to restore the original meanings to some current errors. An important witness is the Hexapla, and I will cite the 1881, 15-volume Library of Universal Knowledge, vol. 7, p. 514:

HEXAPLA (Gr. hexapla, ‘the sixfold’), a celebrated edition of the Septuagint version, compiled by Origen for the purpose of restoring the purity of its text, and bringing it into closer agreement with the original Hebrew. Owing to the multiplication of transcripts of the Greek text, numerous errors had crept in; and in the frequent controversies which arose between the [Judaeans] and the Greek or Hellenist (q.v.) Christians, the latter, in appealing to the Greek text, were often mortified by the discovery that it by no means represented faithfully the Hebrew original. In order to meet this evil, Origen undertook to provide a means of at least verifying the genuine Greek text, as well as of confronting it with the original. With this view he prepared what is known as his Tetrapla, or ‘fourfold’ version, which he afterwards extended into the hexapla. The Tetrapla contained, in four parallel columns, the Septuagint version, together with those of Aquila, Symmachus, and Theodotion. The hexapla contained, in addition, the Hebrew text, together with a transcript of that text in Greek characters. In some parts of the Old Testament there were superadded one, two, and even three other versions; so that in some parts the work contains nine columns, whence it is occasionally designated the Heneapla, or ‘ninefold.’ Of the origin of these latter versions little is known.

“The hexapla, however, was something more than a mere compilation of these versions. In the margin were given notes, chiefly explanatory, as, for instance, of the Hebrew names. But a still more important characteristic of the work were its restorations and corrections of the original, in which Origen was guided chiefly by the version of Theodotion. This, however, he did not effect by arbitrary alterations of the received text; but, while he retained the common text, by indicating with the help of certain signs (an asterisk for an addition, an obelisk for a retrenchment), the corrections which he sought to introduce. Both these texts, the common (koiné ekdosis)and that of the hexapla, are found combined in existing MSS. The hexapla, as a whole, has long been lost; several editions of those fragments of it which it has been possible to recover have been printed; by far the most complete of which is that of the celebrated Benedictine, Montfaucon (2 vols. fol., Paris, 1714), which retains, so far as it was preserved in the MSS., the arrangement and even the asterisks and obelisks of Origen. For a more detailed account, see the preface and Præliminaria of this learned work.” (Incidentally, these two large volumes are in PDF, and can be downloaded from my website: Volume 1, Volume 2)

Covenant Theology vs. Replacement Theology


Covenant Theology vs. Replacement Theology

The following is a reply letter from me to one of my cousins, who is a churchianity judeotard, wanting to bring all the nonwhite, unclean, race-mixed bipeds (not created by the Almighty) into our Kingdom of Heaven and violate the Covenant given exclusively to Abraham, Isaac, and the twelve tribes of Israel and their descendants! I have tried very vigorously (evidently to no avail), sending pertinent material to him in favor of Covenant Theology, and against Replacement Theology!

July 18, 2017

Dear Merrill (Samuel) …. ,

Received your letter of 7-12-17 a few days ago, along with a miniature 2½" x 2" booklet with 16 pages, published by Amazing Grace Mission; P.O. Box 289; Dayton, TN 37321, and distributed by the First Baptist Church; P.O. Box 87; Bettsville, Ohio 44815.

You stated in your letter: “God has made of one blood all the nations of the earth (Acts 17:26). God is not willing that any should perish (II Pet. 2:9). We are all the same before God. God is no respecter of persons (Romans 2:11).”

Merrill Jr., I am sure that I sent you sufficient data from several sources to confirm [that] the word “blood” is not found in many of the older Manuscripts at Acts 17:26, but evidently you did not study the matter thoroughly enough “to show yourself approved” of God, the God whom you quote so freely out-of-context!

Critical Review of E. Raymond Capt’s “Israel Judah and Jew”, Part 1


While I have a lot of respect for the research and teachings of E. Raymond Capt, here is a topic where he failed to cover the implications completely. I will be quoting from his 4-book series Biblical Antiquities, book 2, chapter 4, pp. 37-48:

Israel, Judah and Jew.

Today, there is much teaching on the subject of Bible prophecy by theologians, and it is important that there should be. It is very important for every student of the Bible to understand Biblical prophecies. However, there is one area of prophecy which is vital for us to understand fully, an area which theologians have either overlooked or failed to study adequately. This concerns the prophecies God made with His people Israel, and the distinction the Bible makes between the two houses, Israel and Judah, and their relationship with the Jews. Until this distinction is clearly understood, a great portion of the Biblewill remain a closed book.

Critical Review of E. Raymond Capt’s “Israel Judah and Jew”, Part 2


In analyzing Capt’s essay on three different entities, it appears his teachings are skewed because he identified only (1) “Israel”, (2) “Judah”, (3) and “Jew”! Because the term “jew” is so extraordinarily misleading, it might be better to distinguish Judean, Judaism and Kenite-Edomite-Canaanite-jew. By doing so, it would send a strong signal that might startle the reader or hearer into inquiring what such terms could mean. The best thing to do with the term “jew” is to avoid it like the plague. But if one cannot avoid it, at least use it in a definitive way, which Capt failed to do!

I will now return to where I left off in part #1 of this topic quoting from E. Raymond Capt’s 4-book series Biblical Antiquities, book 2, chapter 4, pp. 37-48:

Abraham and Isaac were Hebrews, but they were neither Israelites nor Jews. The twelve sons of Jacob were Hebrews and Israelites, but they were not Jews. The same may be said of Moses and Aaron, the people of the Northern Kingdom, and Elijah and Elisha. To avoid confusion over the expression ‘Israel,’ it is necessary to determine in which sense it is used in any particular passage, whether it means (1) the whole of the twelve tribes, (2) the House of Judah alone as being part of the twelve tribes, or (3) the Ten-Tribed Kingdom.

Critical Review of Peters' Dragonslayer Newsletter Vol. 3, 2009


Critical Review of an Announcement Found on Page 4 of Pete Peters’ Publication:

The Dragon Slayer Newsletter, Vol. 3, 2009

 [My references in brackets refer to the notes which follow.   Click here to see a scanned image of Peters’ original document]

 Branson, 2009

We only want Christians at this year’s gathering, i.e., those who are part of the body of Christ, i.e., the Church of Christ [see #1].

... and gave Him as head over all things to the church, which is His body, the fulness of Him who fills all in all. Ephesians 1:22-23 [see #2]

We become members of His body when we are baptized for the remission of sins (Acts 2:38) [see #3].

“For by one Spirit we were all baptized into one body ...”

Critical Review of “Scientists Create ½ Pig - ½ Human Embryo”, #1


In an article on the Internet entitled: “Scientists Create A Part-Human, Part-Pig Embryo – Raising the possibility of inter-species organ transplants” we read the following:

The experiment, described Thursday in the Journal, involves injecting human stem cells into the embryo of a pig, then implanting the embryo in the uterus of a sow and allowing it to grow. After four weeks, the stem cells had developed into the precursors of various tissue types, including heart, liver and neurons, and a small fraction of the developing pig was made up of human cells.”

This rather long composition is very interesting to me, although I am strongly opposed to their practice and motives, because it gives plausibility to a great degree of my own study, research and writings!

In my essay The Creation Of Eve From The Curved Rib (i.e., DNA) Of Adam, I got onto a similar subject stating:

I would rather not bring up the subject of cloning here, but it cannot be avoided. It is a historical fact that on February 14, 2003 it was announced that a female domestic sheep was successfully cloned using an adult somatic cell in a process known as nuclear transfer. This was done at Roslin Institute, part of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland by Ian Wilmut, Keith Campbell and colleagues at the biotechnology company PPL Therapeutics, based near Edinburgh. In a Wikipedia article on the Internet entitled ‘Dolly (sheep),’ I will cite one paragraph subtitled “Birth”:

“‘Birth: Dolly was born on 5 July 1996 and had three mothers (one provided the egg, another the DNA and a third carried the embryo to term). She was created using the technique of somatic cell nuclear transfer, where the cell nucleus from an adult cell is transferred into an unfertilized oocyte (developing egg cell) that has had its nucleus removed. The hybrid cell is then stimulated to divide by an electric shock, and when it develops into a blastocyst it is implanted in a surrogate mother. Dolly was the first clone produced from a cell taken from an adult mammal....” – Back to Part-Human, Part-Pig Embryo:....

Critical Review of “Scientists Create ½ Pig - ½ Human Embryo”, #2


The Internet link is too long to display here for the article “Scientists Create A Part-Human, Part-Pig Embryo – Raising the possibility of inter-species organ transplants”, so search ‘Part-Human, Part-Pig Embryo’ to find the posting. With part #2, I will continue to scrutinize this where it begins under the subtitle:

Human Embryo Experiment Shows Progress Toward ‘Three-Parent’ Babies:

The era of ‘three-parent babies’ (a hyperventilated term for mitochondrial replacement therapy, as we’ll explain) is getting incrementally closer – but the path forward remains bumpy. A report published Wednesday(?) in the journal Nature describes a successful, though not flawless, proof-of-concept laboratory experiment. The researchers swapped nuclear material in human eggs to create healthy embryos lacking disease-carrying mitochondrial DNA.

It was a small study involving only four women carrying the pathogenic genes. The embryos were not implanted to create a pregnancy. But the work sets the stage, potentially, for human trials, pending approval by government regulatory agencies.

The technique used in swapping the genetic material was not immaculate: Some mutant DNA remained in the fertilized eggs and the ensuing replicating stem cell lines. In some of those stem cell lines the mitochondria reverted to the mother’s disease-carrying genetic code. That happened in about 10 to 15 percent of the stem cells, which was a surprise, because that had not been seen in experiments with animal models. They concluded that, going forward, the donors of healthy mitochondrial DNA need to be carefully screened for compatibility with the mother’s mitochondrial DNA.

Dan Gayman's Position on Genesis Chapters 1 & 2



Do All Races Share In Salvation?

p 149


Genesis 5:1-3 declares: “This is the book of the genera­tions of Adam. In the day that Elohim created man, In the likeness of Elohim made he him; Male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created.” The Bible is the history and record of one race of people: Adam. After Genesis 12, the Bible confines itself pri­marily to the study of one branch of the Adamic race, the line of Shem, Eber (Hebrew), Isaac, and Jacob Israel. The Bible never claims to be the history of all races. Not one verse can be used to support any idea that the Bible is the universal history and chronicle of all the races under heaven.