Wednesday, July 11, 2007
This is the opening of a story about the discovery that one name from the old testament has been confirmed.
THE British Museum yesterday hailed a discovery within a clay tablet in its collection as a breakthrough for biblical archeology - proof of the accuracy of the Old Testament.
The cuneiform inscription in a tablet dating from 595BC has been deciphered for the first time - revealing a reference to an official at the court of Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, that proves the historical existence of a figure mentioned in the Book of Jeremiah.
It is rare evidence in a non-biblical source of a real person, other than kings, featured in the Bible.
This is from a major australian news source, not World Nut Daily. Proof of the accuracy of the old testament? Ok. I am going to stop mixing fabrics, and rape and plunder a town killing all the men and non virginal women to honor God.
Venus btw is a real planet. L. Ron Hubbard mentions that he was on a train trip to Venus during one of his hallucinations. This proves that Scientology is accurate.
Posted by trifecta at 7:54 PM