After the Flood

by Bill Cooper

Internet Edition

 

 'When all men were of one language, some of them built a high tower, as if they would thereby ascend up to heaven; but the gods sent storms of wind and overthrew the tower, and gave everyone his peculiar language; and for this reason it was that the city was called Babylon....After this they were dispersed abroad, on account of their languages, and went out by colonies everywhere; and each colony took possession of that land which they lighted upon, and unto which God led them; so that the whole continent was filled with them, both the inland and maritime countries. There were some also who passed over the sea in ships, and inhabited the islands; and some of these nations do still retain the names which were given to them by their first founders; but some also have lost them...The Sybil (Josephus. Antiq. i. 5.)

 
 

 Acknowledgements

My special thanks must go to Dr David and Joan Rosevear whose active encouragement and support over the years in the face of bitter disappointments and setbacks, have ensured that this book has reached completion and may now, at long last, reach the public. My thanks must also go to Andrew Yeuille of Reading, a CSM member whose freely offered skills produced the excellent OHP slides without which my lectures on the Table of Nations would have been that much less successful. To Dr Andrew Snelling who published articles of mine on this subject in the Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal, and to Laurel Hemmings his very able assistant. To those numberless librarians up and down the land whose burrowings produced so much material over the years, and who freely opened their priceless archives to me. And finally, but by no means least, to my wife Eileen, to whom this book is dedicated, and whose patience and understanding over the years ensured my release from all those domestic chores which otherwise would have diverted my time away from my researches. Thank you all.

Copyright 1995 by Bill Cooper.

Mailing Address: Bill Cooper
Creation Science Movement,
Box 888,
Portsmouth PO6 2YD, UK.

 Published in England by
New Wine Press
PO Box 17
Chichester
West Sussex PO20 6YB, England

 Available in the United States from
Answers In Genesis
PO Box 6330
Florennce, KY 41042
http://www.AnswersinGenesis.org

 

Table of Contents and Introduction

Additional Material by Bill Cooper: The Table of Nations from Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal (PO Box 302, Sunnybank, Qld. AUSTRALIA 4109)

The Sixteen Grandsons of Noah by Harold Hunt with Russell Grigg. First published in: Creation Ex Nihilo 20(4):22–25, September–November 1998.

Table of Nations and Geanealogy of Mankind.

History from the Flood to Modern Times, by Mike Gascoigne.

Chronicle of the Eary Britons, by Bill Cooper, translated from Welsh. (Mike Gascoigne)

New Book: Forgotten History of the Western People: From the Earliest Origins by Mike Gascoigne. Anno Mundi Books, 2002.



Originated, June 6, 1998. Corrections, January 2, 1999. August 15, 2000. January 3, 2002. December 13, 2002. July 15, 2004.
Special thanks to Moza, moza@butterfly.mv.com, for proofreading and corrections April 14, 1999.

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