The original copies of the Old Testament were written in Hebrew and Aramaic, the Apocrypha in Greek and Latin, and the New Testament in Greek. Different aspects of these three sources were translated into English and compiled into the King James Bible, commissioned in 1604 by King James the Sixth and published in 1611. According to Manly P. Hall, it was edited by Francis Bacon and prepared under Masonic supervision, which can be seen on its title page.
If the Table of Nations accounts for all the racial diversity in the world then this idea should harmonize with genetics.
On one particular Saturday, Grandpa was offended by the way the “young minister” giggled and snorted about the myth of Santa Claus. To Grandpa’s way of thinking, such shenanigans were not becoming a minister of God.