The Ancient 360 Day Year: What It Was... How It Changed
Advantage Media Group, 2006 - 144 páginas
Ancient peoples of the world kept a calendar having 360 days in a year and 12 months of 30 days. So what happened? Why did it change? Scientists can provide no reasonable explanation of why they kept a different year than we keep now. The answer to one of the greatest mysteries of all time has been hidden in the Bible, waiting to be discovered. Only God can change the length of a year by 51/4 days. Is this proof that God exists? Read The Ancient 360 Day Year: What It Was And How It Changed and decide for yourself!
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Naked Eye Astronomy
Orbital Characteristics of the Planets
Conjunction of the Sun Moon and Earth
Medes and Persians Breast and Arms of Silver
The New Testament Calendar
Divine Purpose behind the Change
Appendix C Calculating the Time of Lunar Eclipses
Appendix F Calculation of Universal Time
Time Position and Velocity at the Time of Transfer in the 360Day Orbit
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