Page 1: God's Timetable Part 2

God’s timetable starts with the creation of Adam after God rested on day 7, exactly as written. Intriguing issues are simply explained and the heart of the Father for His son is revealed. God did this so that He could be there continuously for His children? Though most assume Adam was created on day 6, the evidence overwhelmingly points to day 8, unlocking many beautiful revelations of God. More

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The author has Bachelor degrees with distinctions in Physics and Electrical and Electronic Engineering; a Master’s degree in Communication Systems. He has worked at Adelaide University as a Research Officer and as a Limited Term Lecturer in Engineering. However, the majority of his professional life has been in software engineering of radar and communication systems. He is currently retired.

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About the Series: Page 1: God's Timetable
God's Timetable unlocks a prophetic view of the entire history of mankind, encrypted in the Genesis 1 text. But that is only Part 1. Part 2 builds on this to show us a new picture of God creating Adam in Genesis 2, with flow on effects that impact all the Bible. This new image preserves all the original understandings but beautifully reveals God’s heart for His children. You walk away wondering why we never saw it before. Finally, Part 3 explores how the symbols and entities described in the creation account point powerfully to God Himself; the Father and the Son. This reveals creation as God saw it. These various revelations allow us to picture God and man in a new refreshing light, but they all present serious challenges to existing assumptions. It seems that God has held back these revelations for the generation that will see Jesus return.

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