This is the first part in a series of podcasts featuring Bill Finck that analyze the End Times as described in Revelation. But before you can understand the end you must first understand the beginning. Below is an excerpt from Bill’s essay The Race of Genesis 10
Don’t let the antichrists fool you, Genesis Chapter 10 begins the historically verifiable Biblical narrative.
This is a lengthy paper which describes the nature and historicity of the Genesis 10 Nations of the Bible. It presents a Biblicalweltanschauung of White origins and history. We are only going to travel the history of this planet once. There are no second chances. One history, one Bible, one trek from the garden of Eden to the gathering of the Wheat. If we find not the foundations of our race in Genesis chapter 10, then our history – our Bible – is absolutely unreliable and we are mired in futility, with no purpose for living and no record of our origins, and no hope of a future. I often begin oral explanations of Genesis chapter 10 by quoting Epictetus, borrowed from the opening pages of Thayer’s Greek English Lexicon of the New Testament άρχὴ παιδεύσεως ἡ τῶν ỏνομάτων ἐπίσκεψις, or “the beginning of learning is the investigation of names”, and how I must agree with Epictetus!
The chronology of the Greek Septuagint translation of the Bible may be much more reliable than the Masoretic Text, and according to many (i.e. Adam Rutherford) from that source the date of the flood of Noah may be fixed around 3245 B.C. I would purport that Genesis chapter 10 is a snapshot, a profile of those tribes of which our race – the family of Noah – first blossomed into in the first few centuries after the Deluge. I would think that, five thousand years ago, one would find no “Aryan” or “Caucasian” civilization outside of these Genesis chapter 10 people, and that all of these people are indeed “Aryan” or “Caucasian”. Of course it cannot be discounted, that during the nearly 1800 years before the deluge, some Adamite groups or individuals may have wandered off, departing from the land of the flood and in that manner escaping destruction, yet any of these have no definite history which is known to us today.
It is certainly no mistake that, as it may be made evident here, so many of the tribes listed in Genesis 10 are found with names so similar to those gleaned from the earliest secular records of our race. Although it is frustrating that some of the Genesis chapter 10 people seem to have vanished at an early time, too early to be identified in secular records uncovered thus far – that I have been able to access – surely enough of these peoples may be identified that one may see the truth of these words concerning Genesis chapter 10 fully demonstrated.
Acts 17:26: “And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;” (KJV).
Deuteronomy 32:8-9: “When the Most High divided to the nations their inheritance, when He separated the sons of Adam, He set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Israel. For Yahweh’s portion is His people; Jacob is the lot of His inheritance.”
Scripture must always be understood within the context of other scripture, and so Acts 17:26 must be viewed through the filter provided at Deuteronomy 32:8. Even most Bible cross-references relate these two verses. Here it should become evident that whenever the Bible discusses “the nations” it intends only those nations descended from Noah, listed in Genesis chapter 10, and originally all of those nations were of the same race. An example of “the times before appointed” in relation to the Genesis chapter 10 nations is found at Jeremiah 46:17, where the implication is that Egypt was finished as a nation, and although in Roman times the Greeks in Egypt maintained a high level of civilization for several centuries, history surely proves Jeremiah correct concerning the Egyptians themselves. Another example lies in Daniel chapter 2, and the vision of a succession of world empires given there, along with the parallel vision described in Daniel chapter 7.
Since these nations, as we shall see, were dispersed into a wide geographical area, reading Deuteronomy 32:8 along with II Sam. 7:10 indicates that a good deal of land was reserved uninhabited by Yahweh to be eventually used by the children of Israel. It is also clear that this land is outside of Palaestine. Ancient history and archaeology reveal that the Israelites eventually settled much of Europe. Before one can understand the importance of the promise of preservation (often translated “salvation”) for Israel, uttered in many places in the Old Testament, one must understand the history and fate of the rest of these nations of Adam which are listed in Genesis chapter 10.