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Title: The Tree of Life in Ancient NOK Civilization: Unmasking The Matrix of the Garden of Eden in Africa
Authors: Tambiyi, Gideon Y.
Keywords: NOK Culture
Issue Date: Dec-2020
Publisher: Jalingo Journal of African Studies
Series/Report no.: Vol. 10;No. 2: Pp 22 - 34
Abstract: The Garden of Eden in Genesis, Proverbs and Revelation has been a matrix over the years as scientific studies of the Bible emerged. The search through the tree for the knowledge of good and evil, which the first inhabitants of the Garden ate, has not been able to solve the matrix. It becomes enormously significant that biblical scholarship engages an unconventional dimension ofthe quest as an attempt to read through the tree oflife and to trace the landmarks ofthe Garden oi‘Eden. Using a biblio-cultural perspective, this work discusses the tree oflife from the ancient Nok culture and civilization in connection to historical interlude in Egypt with the intent to expose the tree oflife and the Garden ofEden.
Description: A Multi Disciplinary Journal of the Department of History and Diplomatic Studies. Taraba State University Jalingo. Nigeria
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3389
ISSN: 2276 - 6812
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