George F. Somsel
gfsomsel at juno.com
Tue May 25 19:00:58 EDT 2004
I would be tempted to give you the reply of Zedekaiah ben Chenaanah in 1
Ki 22.24, but he was one of the lying prophets. Nevertheless, isn't that
just a bit of chutzpah to think that you alone have the spirit? I think
what you are referring to is simply your own inclination. I suggest you
examine the facts.
On Tue, 25 May 2004 18:19:32 EDT Ephraim49 at aol.com writes:
> Hi. Herman's (ephraim49 at aol.com) reply was:
> <<And your direct link ti God is....?
> The Holy Ghost (Acts 19:1-6)
> <<Where does scripture assign the NK 260 years? DId you find a
> mistake in the
> <<243 that I calculated?
> No. With the turmoil that the NK had, it's confusing to solely rely
> the math of the reigns of kings. "So called" bible scholars should
> able to identify the scripture. One of the major prophets were
> told by God how long Northern Israel would last. I have a
> future agenda, so I'm not giving any more info on it.
> <<Ai (Josh 8:19), Hazor (11:11), Jerusalem (Judges 1:8). The rest
> <<were "destroyed", but fire is not mentioned specifially.
> What has archeology determined the date to be?
> <<For the third (and last) time - where do you get these numbers
> >From the biblical date of 722 BC. Just about everything from the
> of Adam to the fall of the NK can be calculated, either by the
> of sons at a particular age of their fathers, or by time intervals
> events. I gave the chronology from 722 BC. Except for the
> 260 years, did you find any error with it?
> <<What this refers to is the Tower of Babel.
> Exactly. The continents were divided at the time
> of the Babel Tower. Didn't you know that?
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