If you’ve been to any of my seminars or read Freedom & Simplicity™ in HisStory you know I LOVE my Hull’s Wall Chart of World History.
If you have looked for one (they are out of print) you have probably been disappointed to find out that the revised version, that is usually all you can find, has evolutionary material on it.
I recently found out there has been a reprinting of Adam’s Chart of History that looks very similar. I’ve been trying to find out if it is the same thing.
I’ve gotten enough info now that I’m going to announce it sight unseen. I will get it as soon as CBD has it in stock and report more then, when I compare the two, but from the reviews I’ve been reading and the questions I’ve asked, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
It appears I may have something I can recommend in place of the virtually unable-to-find Hull’s Wall Chart of History.
|Adams’s Chart of History: A Chronology of Ancient, Modern, and Biblical History Accordian Style Fold Out
By Sebastian Adams / Master BooksBased on Ussher’s The Annals of the World and featuring colorful artwork representing people and events from creation to the late 19th century, this vintage biblical and historical timeline was originally published in 1871! Post it on your walls and let it inform your kids’ imaginations as they learn. Features 21 foldout 13″ x 28″ panels.
Answers in Genesis notes 3 interpretive comments they disagree with on the chart. We would agree with AiG. 1) some credence is given to the possibility of the “gap theory”. 2) it speaks of 5 “races of men” 3) it speaks of Ham as the “father of the black race”.