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April 15th, 2012 Anno Domini                              I research it, collate it, present it. If I don't write it, I cite it.                                    Volume No. 1, Issue No. 15

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Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, Vols. 1-5
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"The national ego of the Jews was tremendously depressed by the Babylonian captivity. In their reaction against national inferiority they swung to the other extreme of national and racial egotism, in which they distorted and perverted their traditions with the view of exalting themselves above all races as the chosen people of God; and hence they carefully edited all their records for the purpose of raising Abraham and their other national leaders high up above all other persons, not excepting Melchizedek himself. The Hebrew scribes therefore destroyed every record of these momentous times which they could find, preserving only the narrative of the meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek after the battle of Siddim, which they deemed reflected great honor upon Abraham."

The Urantia Book 93:9.9



Ancient Struggle Over Holy Land Supremacy
by Matthias Schulz - translated from the German by Paul Cohen



Mount Gerizim



The archeological site at the top of Mount Gerizim provides testimony to the once flourishing Samaritan community. Ancient sources indicate there were once 300,000, or even up to a million of them. Today, there are 751.

The main question: Which location deserved the honor of being the hearth and burnt offering site of God Almighty? Mount Gerizim or Jerusalem?

As early as 2,500 years ago, Mount Gerizim was already crowned with a huge, dazzling shrine, surrounded by a 315 by 321-foot enclosure while the Temple of Jerusalem was, at most, a simple structure.

This is a fascinating article by Matthias Schulz correcting history with the discoveries of archaeology.


Ancient Struggle Over Holy Land Supremacy
by Matthias Schulz - translated from the German by Paul Cohen




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