kuro be so Hene wrote:Not enough is known of the past. People, do some research on the gap theory
Q' lypse wrote:kuro be so Hene wrote:Not enough is known of the past. People, do some research on the gap theory
people dnt wanna know, its a bitter red pill, the blue pill makes it all ok u c
Coach Prekese wrote:The word of God is true and yes God created the earth and everything in it.
Kwakwe Last Stop wrote:Coach Prekese wrote:The word of God is true and yes God created the earth and everything in it.
Because the bible says so? How about becoming a muslim cos the koran claims that Allah created the world.
RAS wrote:Mr Coach Prekese,
Are you aware of the fact that Moses, who was born and raised in Egypt and author of the Pentateuch, inherited the concept of "One God" from the Egyptians? His own Hebrew people were idolators who worshipped many deities. So where from this "God of Israel" stuff?
Unless it was created for them by Moses.
Coach Prekese wrote:Your question is not totally right. The Ten Commandments are NOT found in the Book of the Dead, (and there is no one single book of death) but they bear some resemblance in the form they were written.
If you read ''the Book of Dead'' and the Ten Commandments, you will see that there are a lot of fundamental differences in the belief and contents of it (Example: the Egyptians believed in a dualistic world, where if you die, your soul goes wherever it goes)
also the commandment about the Sabbath was not found in the Book of the Dead.
Can you prove that the Ten Commandments were copied from the Egyptian Book of the Dead?, if so provide the proof that you have. I believe the account of the Ten Commandments is older than the Egyptian Book of the Dead!!!
Coach Prekese wrote:How do you explain the seventh-day Sabbath? Did the Egyptians follow a seven day sunset cycle and rest on the seventh (friday sunset to saturday sunset)? Did the Egyptians acknowledge a creator who made the heavens and the earth in six days and ceased from works on the seventh? I think not. -.-
Egyptians were sun worshippers. Egyptians also used idols in worship, but the Ten Commandments forbid idols. The rest of those commandments are universal anyway, but the Sabbath and forbidding of idols is unique to monotheism.
In traditional Judaism, there is no book of the dead because they didn't believe that the soul and body could be separated (thus no afterlife until a resurrection of the body). The Jews were more concerned about life and had no thoughts about death (to them it was pointless because dead people are.. well.. DEAD).
And oh, wasn't the "Book of the Dead" supposed to be read *during* the dying process to help the dying person navigate the transition more successfully?
MAKE YOUR OWN CONCLUSION AFTER READING
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