And if this documentary is one of those shows that tries to 'explain' the parting of the Red Sea as some kind of 'wind over swamp' effect then definitely not. The 'separation of the waters' is similarly attested in other, earlier cultures.
As Tolkien said, "myths describe things that never happened but always are". I'm generally wary of literalism emerging from a single tradition.
|Comparison with Patterns of Evidence||2139||drrayeye||09-Mar-17 18:40|
|Re: Comparison with Patterns of Evidence||265||gordonwhite||10-Mar-17 19:34|
|Re: Comparison with Patterns of Evidence||289||eyeofhorus33||11-Mar-17 14:20|
|Re: Comparison with Patterns of Evidence||185||gordonwhite||17-Mar-17 07:57|
|Re: Comparison with Patterns of Evidence||530||Nolondil||21-Mar-17 15:12|
|Try David Rohl||298||drrayeye||11-Mar-17 01:52|
|Re: Try David Rohl||243||gordonwhite||14-Mar-17 11:26|
|I've got a better appreciation of your approach||242||drrayeye||14-Mar-17 17:31|
|Re: I've got a better appreciation of your approach||219||gordonwhite||17-Mar-17 07:59|