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The Garden of Eden – Revealed in the Chinese Language

The Garden of Eden – Revealed in the Chinese Language

June 18, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

The Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve.
What images these words bring! You can read it all in the first three chapters of Genesis.

I’m a speaker of Chinese, as a second language. One of the discoveries I made over the last thirty years is that The Chinese Language reveals many of the stories of the Bible. It only makes sense. Chinese is the oldest written language in the world. Wouldn’t people four, five thousand years ago have known about Adam and Eve?

Consider this — at the time of the Tower of Babel, men were only three generations away from Adam himself. It is unthinkable they would not have known about The Garden of Eden, Adam, Eve, Cain, Abel. . .

Today we have the Bible to give us the knowledge of God. Don’t be surprised then, when you look deeper into the Chinese language and find out that people knew these stories before the Bible was ever written.
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