"Credo ut intelligam; et vos vestros servate, meos mihi linquite mores."
Readers of my prior installments will know that I’ve already elaborated upon why Exodus does not seem to align with “world history” and why the Gospels have most likely undergone manipulation upon seemingly-minor points of “history”. What I have not elaborated upon are certain facts pertaining to theology.
The following points of reference are items which a Wikipedia article on “The Tower of Babel” mentions:
OK, folks, for those who have been following these installments, I had written last installment that I would delve into the question of “What started all this misinformation and disinformation?”, but it seems more reasonable to me at this point to explain what I meant by the quoted question “What difference does it make?” pertaining to the “hypothetical” marriage of Yeshua haMashiach (or more properly perhaps, Yeshua bar HaShem) and Mary Magdalene (or more properly, Miriamne Magdal…Continue
As I had finished my blog on why no one has been able to align Exodus to a specific date in world history, I had said that this would be my next installment in this “great work” in which I am involved. Were he still alive in this world, my oldest brother might be gratified that I’m finally taking his advice about “farming it out a little at a time”. Look, first I’ll cut to the chase and issue my decision, then I’ll delineate the whys and wherefores, etc. As to Dan Brown’s The DaVinci Code,…Continue
This is a treatise to address the question of why the book of Exodus in the Old Testament (or Tanakh, if you prefer the Jewish nomenclature) does not seem to align with world history accounts. Since I was baptized into Christianity at 11 years of age, but had yet to pass through various stages of disillusionment, I initially did not question all that I was taught to be true. Then, during my military service term, the first round of de-programming from former brain-washing…Continue