This is a catelogue of Dr Bill Cooper's Books and Media on sale. They are published by the 'Creation Science Movement' and now available to purchase through the Genesis Expo website, or visit CSM at the Genesis Expo in Portsmouth Harbour, UK...
After The Flood - Revised & Expanded
This popular book lays out the astonishing evidence showing how the earliest Europeans recorded their descent from Noah through Japheth in meticulously kept records, knew about Creation and the Flood, and had encounters with creatures we would call dinosaurs. These records from other nations lend chapters 10 and 11 of Genesis a degree of accuracy that sets them apart from all other historical documents of the ancient world.
Updated and expanded edition with an extra chapter on historically attested dinosaurs, a dozen coloured illustrations of dinosaurs from sculptures, paintings, a ship’s figurehead and ancient seals.
The Authenticity of the Book of Judges
A look into the question of the Book’s early writing, and into its integrity and truthfulness as an historical record.
Of particular consideration will be the many microscopic details which will tell us either way if the Book of Judges is authentic or not. These corroborative details are the ones that the critics seem to miss all the time. They will happily disparage Judges, just as they do the rest of the Bible, with baseless allegations of late composition, error, misinformation, propaganda, or just plain fraud, whilst referring to each other for their evidence and authority. We will also look at the Tell El-Amarna Tablets, a rich source of contemporary documentation.
The Authenticity of the Book of Esther
Of all the books in the Bible, not once – it is said – does it mention the Name, nor even a title of God. One would think, therefore, that on that account the critics would have left it alone. But no. Over the years the Book of Esther has been left at the hands of the critics to lay under the same stultifying fog of ignorance and misinformation that they lay upon all the other Books of the Bible. That says more about the critics than the Bible, of course, but it does mean that even the diligent Bible reader has been deprived of the considerable amount of archaeological evidence which rings out the fact that the Book of Esther is corroborated at every level.
The Authenticity of the New Testament
The critics say they were written after the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70, beyond the lifetime of eyewitnesses, and the author addresses this in the opening chapters. He points out that parts of six New Testament books including Mark were found among the Dead Sea Scrolls, sealed in caves before the place was overrun by the Romans in AD 68. None of the NT books contains any reference to the fall of Jerusalem, so they evidently predate that event. Later chapters are devoted to interesting details confirming the authenticity of the four individual Gospels. A couple of chapters are concerned with the mathematical structure of passages such as the last twelve verses of Mark and MORE....
The Authenticity of the New Testament
Here we learn about Roman laws of adoption, explaining why Saul of Tarsus changed his name to Paul, enabling him to appeal to Caesar. This book concludes with an appendix showing how the Codex Sinaiticus, claimed by the critics to be the oldest and most accurate version of the Bible, is actually a 19th century forgery. Sadly, it has since influenced most modern versions of the Holy Bible. Footnotes and an extensive bibliography enable the reader to delve further into the remarkable facts that this volume unearths.
The Authenticity of the Book of Jonah
The biblical book of Jonah is written from a historical standpoint. Its historical places, events and personages can be verified from archaeology and written records of Assyria.
The creature (not a whale) that swallowed Jonah (Greek: ketos) is known from sculptures, paintings and writings over many centuries. No later story-teller could be aware of the fine details found in this contemporary account.
Discover why the people of Nineveh so readily repented, and the change this made in the fortunes of their empire.
The Authenticity of the Book of Daniel
There are few today who are aware of the sheer historical excellence of the Book of Daniel. Archaeological and documentary evidences combine in the most remarkable way to demonstrate – in defiance of all the critics – its historical accuracy and authenticity. That evidence is presented in this book, and is fully documented. Why it is not more widely known is down to the systematic suppression of evidence that has been applied over the last century and a half by academe to all the books of the Bible, but to Daniel especially. It’s not that scholars have been unaware of the evidence. Quite the contrary. But they have simply refused to allow it to reach the public.
William Paley’s Natural Theology (1802) was a standard textbook in British universities for more than a century.
His argument from design seemed to be overthrown by Darwin’s natural selection.
However, modern molecular biology has vindicated Paley and thrown out Darwin. Cooper has merely updated the English to make Paley accessible to the present generation.
The Wycliffe New Testament - 1388 AD
This was a translation from the Latin Vulgate, and has now been put in modern spelling, with the original prologues and the Epistle to the Laodiceans.
The impact of this translation was so great that a law was quickly passed making reading of it a capital offence.
William Tyndale New Testament - 1526
The British Library published this New Testament in Tyndale’s original spelling as its Book of the Millennium.
The basis of the Authorised Version, it was a major turning point in the history of the English speaking people.
Here it is printed for the first time since 1526 AD.
The Forging of Codex Sinaiticus
Codex Sinaiticus is by now perhaps the most famous (many would say infamous) book in the world. Its impact when it surfaced in the mid 19th century was immediate, and even today is powerfully felt in the world of Bible scholarship. That is because it is pretended to represent a version of our Bible which is quite unlike the Received Text, and is trumpeted abroad as representing the original text of the Bible before the Protestant church and its bishops got their political hands on it, changing it into the Bible that we know today.
So, where did this strange book come from? Who wrote it, and why? Under what circumstances did they write it?
New Testament Fragments amongst the Dead Sea Scrolls
The unusual – and unexpected – feature of Cave 7 was that all of its fragments were in Greek, as opposed to the exclusively Hebrew and Aramaic scrolls that had been found in the other caves. Apart from two of the fragments, they were all catalogued as unidentified, and were considered indeed to be unidentifiable.
That’s how things remained until 1972, when the papyrologist, Dr José O’Callaghan, thought that he would try to identify them.What he discovered concerning them was to shock the academic world – the fragments belonged to books of the New Testament.
The Authenticity of the Book of Genesis
Why Genesis can be trusted to speak about origins.
In this single volume Dr Bill Cooper takes on the challenge of the globally accepted media’s opinion of the Scriptures we call the Bible. He argues from hard evidence that the Bible is historically accurate throughout – in everything, prophetical, geographical, linguistic and doctrinal.
So whether you come to its perusal from jeering atheism or a longing to know how your own conviction of its truth can be substantiated, read on. Be challenged and be completely reassured. God’s Word is true!
The Authenticity of the Book of Joshua
Is the Book of Joshua nothing more than a book of myths? Was it written nigh a thousand years after the events it pretends to treat of? Had the 15th-century BC Canaanite kings truly never heard of Joshua, and do they not mention him or his people, or even the fall of Jericho in their surviving correspondence?
According to the critics, the answer to the first two of these questions is yes. The answer to the third is no. So what is the poor Bible reader to do? And how is the Bible-believing Christian supposed to cope with such scholarly assurances?
We shall see.