James Usher

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Noun1.James Usher - Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581-1656)
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There is still a lot of work to be done, but we are committed to reopening the canyon just prior to Memorial Day, said Project Director James Usher.
4004 BC: According to Archbishop James Usher, this is the day God created the world.
Lindley wasted little time finding a response, striking back within five minutes with a Matthew Dearnley try and James Usher conversion to level the scores at 6-6 at the break.
It read: "Technip UK Ltd staff and the crew of Skandi Achiever are deeply saddened by the loss of their colleague James Usher who died after being found unconscious in a recreation area on the vessel.
Oil worker James Usher, 24 , was on the vessel at Commercial Quay, Aberdeen , when he took ill.
James Usher, from Chester-le-Street in County Durham, appeared at North Tyneside Magistrates Court charged with breaches of two Northumberland Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority byelaws (NIFCA).
Earth was created on the evening of Saturday, October 22, 4004BC, according to James Usher the 17th Century Archbishop of Armagh who came to this conclusion by adding up the family histories mentioned in the Bible - such as Adam, Eve, Cain and Abel.
Until the middle of the 19th century, the dominant view of history in the West located the origins of man Within a Biblical timeframe; 4004 BC became the preferred date of the Creation, following the research of the 17th-century churchman James Usher.
As part of 11 Million Takeover Day, Paddy Ware, 17, James Usher, 16, Jenny Taylor, 17, Terry Ware, 15, and Kirsty Molyneux, 19, spent the day as council bosses.
But I would prefer that rather than the lunacy of 'faith-based' schools, where kids are taught that evolution is 'a hoax' and that the heavens and Earth were created in six days, God clocking on, according to Archbishop James Usher, on a Monday morning in 4004 BC to give the Universe a kickstart.
El arzobispo James Usher, en 1640, preciso que la Tierra fue creada el 3 de octubre de 4004 antes de nuestra era, es decir que la aparicion de este numero de Siempre
After the introductory chapters and an account of the impact of the Marian exiles (with special attention to John Foxe) on the rise of the Puritan tradition, the author organizes the book chapter by chapter on the following theologians/writers--the Anglican bishop James Usher, the Scots Presbyterian George Gillespie, the famous poet John Milton, the lesser-known Irishman John Rogers, and the well-known dissenter John Bunyan.