Answers from Jeanson: Revealing the Truth of Joseph’s Global Famine?

He ‘s got the whole world in His hands” – even during famines. Poor Joseph, he must have found it difficult getting grain to Latin america. Pity his sailors didn’t bring back some potatoes.

This blog takes a serious look on how Answers in Genesis deal with the world wide flood which Joseph dealt with while in Egypt. It is difficult keeping a straight face at times

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A few years ago I wrote a satire piece titled Answers from Genesis: Reclaiming the Biblical Authority of Joseph’s Global Famine. It was meant to call attention to the fact that Hebrew words used in Genesis 41 to describe the severe famine at the time of Joseph are the same as those used in the Creation Account of Genesis 1 and 2 and Noah’s Flood in Genesis 6-9.  An example of this language can been seen in verses 56 and 57 (ESV) of Genesis 41 which reads: “So when the famine had spread over all the land (erets) Joseph opened all the storehouses and sold to the Egyptians, for the famine was severe in the land (erets) of Egypt. Moreover, all the earth (erets) came to Egypt to Joseph to buy grain, because the famine was severe over all the earth (erets).”

My understanding of the original text follows…

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4 thoughts on “Answers from Jeanson: Revealing the Truth of Joseph’s Global Famine?

      1. Paul Braterman

        McIntosh continues to puzzle me. He seriously argues that radiometric dating is compatible with a young Earth, because fully ionised rubidium In stars can decay (and this is true) more rapidly than on Earth By a factor of 1 billion, by using beta-emission to the vacant 1s orbital. The combination of detailed scientific knowledge, mental acrobatics, and willingness to accept a non sequitur is something of a miracle in itself

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