In this unique study, Dr. Ethel R. Nelson and Richard E. Broadberry examine ancient Chinese characters and the mysterious Border Sacrifice and conclude that the inventor of these symbols knew the creation story and the promise of a Savior. ShangTi, who was worshiped at the Border Sacrifice was the Triune God, according to the authors. Dr. Ethel R. Nelson is a pathologist, and her years of medical research were of help as she undertook this massive research project. She was also a resident of Thailand for many years. Richard E. Broadberry adds expertise as one fluent in the Chinese language and a medical laboratory specialist in Taipei.
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Date:July 26, 2007
This is an excellent, well researched book. It is exciting to see how the ancient Chinese worshiped our same God and even had the foretelling of a Saviour to redeem humanity in their ancient writing. The whole creation account is there. A great source of information. This is a wonderful subject to bring up with your Chinese friends, especially those who are not saved.