> Are you saying I am therefore prejudiced for not taking angels,
> gods and supernatural powers seriously?
G: If you read these stories as if they were written yesterday, I think you have a problem. They have to be interpreted, taken into account allegories and so on.
> The point here is that the bible was written in a religious
> context, not an historical one.
G: I was asking for hard evidence, not postulates.
>It certainly does contain some
> historical detail,
G:Can you give us an outline of what is details, fearytales, history and so on??
>although it cannot be taken at face value.
> Rather like Homer.
> What has this to do with libelling Zahi anyway?
Nothing...so I promised Warwick to take a brake.
I`ll do my best if you start another post.
About Hawas; Hawas is a real good boy!!!!
Remember; he is in command of a tremendous inheritance, which is of major economic importans for Egypt.... this inheritance is a very, very important historical, culturel and economic source for the entire Egypten pepole...and the hole world actually.
He has to look after, that this is governed from Cairo, and not from all kind of well meaning ethusiasts.
He can of course NOT, play all his card in a blink of the eye.
He let new findings slip out little by little by little....and keep us on heels raise
We all would!!