Volume 9, Issue 3: Footnotes
Our impeachable sources
Quotations in Order of Appearance
Since the quotes in verbatim this time were largely uncontroversial slogans, we were too tired to enter our usual long, detailed bibliography for Verbatim. So we were wondering how many folks would notice and be grieved at not having that information.
1 Idaho Code Section 32-303. There is no federal law of marriage and divorce. Each state governs the marriage covenants formed within it, but the laws tend to remain fairly uniform from one state to another. Idaho law is that with which I am most familiar, and will be the example throughout.
2 Idaho Code Section 32-501.
3 Idaho Code Sections 32-604 - 608.
4 In 1945, Idaho added a provision allowing divorce if the couple had been separated for at least five years. This was still a far cry from the current "no-fault" laws.
5 Our Sunday Visitor, March 10, 1996 (Internet)
6 Idaho Code Section 32-616.
7 ABA Press Release 10/18/96 "Family Law Attorneys Reject Return To Fault-Based Divorce Finds ABA Survey" URL: http://www.abanet.org/media/home.html.
1 Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols (New York: Penguin Books,  1978) pp. 30,31,32.
2 Harrold Tarrant, Plato: The Last Days of Socrates (New York: Penguin Books, 1993) 66eff, p. 119.
3 Friedrich Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil, trans. Cowan (Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1955), pp. 100-11.
Repairing the Ruins
1 Peters, F.E., The Harvest of Hellenism, (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970) pp. 62,89,91.
2 Josephus, Flavius, The Complete Works of Josephus: New Updated Edition, translated by William Whiston, (Hendrickson Publishers, 1991), The Antiquities of the Jews, Book 12, Chapt 5:248256.
3 As an example, Israel Abraham's lecture, Campaigns in Palestine from Alexander the Great, published by the British Academy in 1927 (subsequently by Argonaut, Inc., Publishers, Chicago, 1967) often refers to the author of the book of Daniel not giving a fair account of Antiochus IV by suppressing his more amiable characteristics, or omitting historic details that obviously existed during the reign of Antiochus IV and were available to authors writing subsequent to the events, such as the use of horns on heads of the emperors that were embossed on the coins of the Seleucid empire. What should be noted is that the lecturer clearly believed and saw the historical events in Daniel despite his unbelief in the date of the early writing and divine inspiration of the text. (pp. 17,21)
* For further Scriptures relating to divine sovereignty, see Gen. 18:14; 50:20; Ex. 11:7; 12:36; 14:17; Num. 23:19; 2 Sam. 16:10-11; Ezra 6:22; 7:6; Neh. 9:6; Job 14:15; 36:32; 42:2; Ps. 33:10-11; 37:23; 104:21; 115:3; 135:6; 139:16; Prov. 21:1; Is. 14:24-27; 45:7; 46:9-11; 55:11; 64:8; Jer. 32:17; Ez. 36:27; Dan. 2:21,28; 4:17,35; Amos 3:6; 4:7; Hab. 1:6; Matt. 5:45; 6:26; 10:29; 25:34; Mark 14:30; Luke 22:22; John 6:64; Acts 1:24-26; 3:18; 17:28; Rom. 8:28; 11:36; 1 Cor. 4:7; Eph. 1:11; 4:6; Phil. 2:13; Col. 1:17; Heb. 1:3; James 4:15; 1 Pet. 1:20.
1 Dave Hunt, Whatever Happened to Heaven? (Eugene, Oregon: Harvest House, 1988) p. 249.
2 Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Before Jerusalem Fell, Dating the Book of Revelation (Tyler, Texas: Institute for Christian Economics, 1989).
3 Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., The Beast of Revelation (Tyler, Texas: Institute for Christian Economics, 1989).
4 Gentry, Beast, p. 90-91.
5 Ibid, p. 54-55.
6 Bahnsen, Greg L. and Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. House Divided, The Break-Up of Dispensational Theology. (Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, 1989) p. 259-260.