>Again, long after The Great Pyramid
>was built roughly around 2600 B.C. Again, history.
>Maybe I am missing your point,
>and if I am I apologize. I am of the
>opinion that much of what we call The Old Testament
>was written in exile around 589 B.C. Approximately 300 years after Isaiah.
>Thank you for your patience,
Sorry Brian You and many people that post here believe that the Old Testament was written near the time of the Babylonian exile. It makes it so much easier to discount the entire work. I on the other hand find star references in the texts of the Old Testament that could only be cited by someone was an eyewitness to those star references.
Because, you believe the texts of the Old Testament are recent fabrication it is hard for you to glean any the historical nuggets that can then be verified through other non biblical sources. A true historical concept must be verified by more that one source. However, if it is true the sources are easy to find once you understand the concept. But if you discount the source you will not look to verify the concept.