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Why is it so hard to understand the Bible? | GotQuestions.org

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Published on 26 Nov 2023 / In Non-profits and Activism

Is the Bible unclear and or confusing? In this video, Pastor Nelson answers your question: Why is it so hard to understand the Bible?

*** Source Article: https://www.gotquestions.org/understand-the-Bible.html


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gang 3 months ago

in a recent article we established the biblical chronology for the period of the patriarchs: the first half of the second millennium b.c.e., with the migration of Jacob and his family into Egypt in the early 17th century b.c.e. Or more specifically, according to fairly standard chronology, in or around the 1660s b.c.e.

With a chronological biblical framework, we can turn to the archaeological evidence to see if there is a fit. Is it possible to trace the migration of a group out of Canaan into northern Egypt, and their establishment in this “Goshen,” northeastern Delta region as a powerful ruling family during the first half of the 17th century b.c.e.?

Not only is such a group identifiable in Egyptian history, their names, too, are an uncanny match for Jacob and his family.

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gang 3 months ago

bible is not religious book but geographic and historic vademecum

jacob : yaqub-har
moses : ahmoses
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yaqub-Har

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