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So the Bible is still the most historical account of the truth of what really happened. Just like it is reguarding the great flood.
Even though there has been found an ancient layer of sediment found in every region of the world showing there was once a great flood.
No one is disputing that.
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Awww man, what a party pooper.

Can I still believe that the video of the UFO being hit by lightning is genuine, or are you gonna poop all over that one too?
This one?

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Myth confirmed by a few odd artifacts unrelated to any significant event except by imagination.
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I still think that National Geographic was spot on about there not being anything recoverable from such a long time ago. Or it's all going to buried by centuries of mud and silt at the bottom of a sea. The only way that I can see where it might be discovered is that it would be Gods will that we did. Your not going to just dive down there or use a submersible and bring back a chariot wheel.

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The dead sea is awful salty.

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The dead sea is awful salty.
It isn't called the Dead Sea for no reason.
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So what they show us a photo of an ancient Egyptian sword. That could have came from any number of museums, or exhibits.
This isn't the Titanic we are talking about here. Anything that would still be around would be small, metal, and covered under tons of mud.
These guys act like they went down there, in the correct spot, with a shovel and just dug it up. Entirely is correct, unless preserved there would not be anything that was wood that would have survived all these centuries.
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God said it happened, it happened. When NG looked into this they went out looking for any historical records.They really saw no sense in trying to find any artefacts. They researched anything that might have been mentioned by those in the surrounding areas, like tribes or something like that. But all they really had to go on was the Biblical accounts. Anything Greek was only used to validate the time period.
But they did coincide with each other about the Exodus of the Hebrew slaves out of Egypt. But the Greeks did see a significant decrease of the Egyptian army's, which they did take advantage of.
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Interesting subject through, both Biblical and scientific. It's one where the two do seem to have a common ground.
I can't see how the Greeks had any reason to make things up.
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