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Although I most certainly believe in God almighty and in His infallibility, because of what I believe to be false interpolations I've found in the Bible, I no longer believe today's version of the Bible to be flawless and infallible. However, that is entirely man's fault, not God's. I still believe that the original Bible was divinely inspired and given to man by God, but I believe that it has been interpolated down through the ages until, after a millennium and a half we have todays flawed Bible. I point out these flaws, inaccuracies and errors in my book. I believe the Bible we have today has mistakes in it and it is not the same Bible that was divinely inspired and handed down to the writers of old. Most of it is, but not all of it. But don't take my word for it. I want you to look up every error that I point out in this book in your own copy of the Bible and then make up your own mind. As an example of the errors that I point out in my book, check the following two Bible scriptures (emphases added are mine) in your own Bible. 1 Chronicles 21:1 And Satan stood up against israel, and provoked David to number Israel. 2 Samuel 24:1 And again the anger of the Lord was kindled against Israel, and he moved David against them to say, Go, number Israel and Judah.
One of the two scriptures noted above has to be a mistake in today's Bible. The book I use, and have used ever since I became a Born Again Christian twenty years ago is the King James Version. Although I most certainly believe in God Almighty and that God is infallible, because of the intpolations I've found in the Bible, I no longer believe that today's Bible is flawless and infallible. Again, I believe this is entirely man's fault, not God's. In spite of the doubt I have regarding the veracity of today's Bible, I still believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who died for my sins and was raised again. Jesus Christ is my personal Lord and Saviour. I still believe the original Bible was divinely inspired and given to man by God, but that the interpolation down through the ages has resulted in today's flawed Bible. I point out these flaws, inaccuracies, and errors in my book. I became a Born Again Christian back in the early 1980's after being born and raised Catholic. When I first heard priests, preachers, ministers and televangelists talk about the Bible being flawless, unerring, and infallible because it is the Holy Spirit-inspired Word of God, I automatically accepted it as fact. Now, after well over a decade of Bible study, I believe the Bible originally was the divinely inspired Word of God. However, I don't believe today's versions of the Bible are 100% as it was originally handed down. I was never taught the flaws and errors that are in the Bible in the different Bible Colleges from which I have graduated. Flaws and errors in the Bible weren't pointed out in any of my postgraduate work either. Just because I became a Born Again Christian, it didn't mean I checked my brain in at the door. No way! I believe it is my duty and responsibilty to use the brain God blessed me with to investigate things and check them out for myself. I now believe that many scriptural references have been interpolated over hundreds of years. I wrote this book to specifically point these out. The Bible we have today is not the same Bible that was divinely inspired. As children of God, each and every one of us has a duty and responsibilty to read the Bible, check it out for ourselves and then make up our own minds on whether the Bible is flawless, unerring, and infallible. This is why I also tell everyone who reads my book to not just take my word for it. Look up every errant scripture in your own Bible and then use your own God-given brain to make up your own mind.
Formal Semantics and Proof Techniques for Optimizing VHDL Models presents a formal model of VHDL that clearly specifies both the static and dynamic semantics of VHDL. It provides a mathematical framework for representing VHDL constructs and shows how those constructs can be formally manipulated to reason about VHDL. The dynamic semantics is presented as a description of what the simulation of VHDL means. In particular it specifies what values the signals of a VHDL description will take if the description were to be executed. An advantage of the approach is that the semantic model can be used to validate different simulation algorithms. The book also presents an embedding of the dynamic semantics in a proof checker which is then used to prove equivalences of classes of VHDL descriptions.
Formal Semantics and Proof Techniques for Optimizing VHDL Models is written for hardware designers who are interested in the formal semantics of VHDL.
First published in 1934 and revised in 1962, this book gathers journalist and historian Joel Augustus Rogers' columns from the syndicated newspaper feature titled Your History. Patterned after the look of Ripley's popular Believe It or Not the multiple vignettes in each episode recount short items from Rogers's research. The feature began in the Pittsburgh Courier in November 1934 and ran through the 1960s.