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originally posted by: Rex282
a reply to: CB328
The ignorance in this thread is overwhelming it would take pages and pages of wasted time to deny it's ignorance.If you don't even know Abraham was not a "patriarch" of Judaism your ignorance is to great to be addressed.The burden of proof is on you and all you have done is proven who is truly ignorant .
originally posted by: VictorBloodworth
I know you won't, because you are a child if faith, not a seeker of truth.
.If you don't even know Abraham was not a "patriarch" of Judaism your ignorance is to great to be addressed
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the movement within evangelical Christianity, see Biblical patriarchy. For uses not directly related to the Bible, see Patriarch (disambiguation).
The bosom of Abraham - medieval illustration from the Hortus deliciarum of Herrad of Landsberg (12th century)
The Patriarchs (Hebrew: אבות Avot or Abot, singular Hebrew: אב Ab or Aramaic: אבא Abba) of the Bible, when narrowly defined, are Abraham, his son Isaac, and Isaac's son Jacob, also named Israel, the ancestor of the Israelites. These three figures are referred to collectively as the patriarchs of Judaism, and the period in which they lived is known as the patriarchal age
1. A man who rules a family, clan, or tribe.
a. One of the antediluvian progenitors of the human race, from Adam to Noah.
b. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, or any of Jacob's 12 sons, the eponymous progenitors of the 12 tribes of Israel.
3. Used formerly as a title for the bishops of Rome, Constantinople, Jerusalem, Antioch, and Alexandria.
4. Roman Catholic Church A bishop who holds the highest episcopal rank after the pope.
5. Eastern Orthodox Church Any one of the bishops of the sees of Constantinople, Antioch, Alexandria, Moscow, and Jerusalem who has authority over other bishops.
6. Judaism The head of the Sanhedrin in Syrian Palestine from about 180 bc to ad 429.
7. Mormon Church A high dignitary of the priesthood empowered to invoke blessings.
8. One who is regarded as the founder or original head of an enterprise, organization, or tradition.
9. A very old, venerable man; an elder.
10. The oldest member of a group: the patriarch of the herd.
God sits on the wings of the chirubs.
18 Make two cherubim of gold—make them of hammered work—at the two ends of the cover. 19 Make one cherub at one end and the other cherub at the other end; of one piece with the cover shall you make the cherubim at its two ends. 20 The cherubim shall have their wings spread out above, shielding the cover with their wings. They shall confront each other, the faces of the cherubim being turned toward the cover. 21 Place the cover on top of the Ark, after depositing inside the Ark the Pact that I will give you. 22 There I will meet with you, and I will impart to you—from above the cover, from between the two cherubim that are on top of the Ark of the Pact…
The path to God is closed.
The first Bible was near perfection. And so it had to be destroyed, the fragments scattered to the four corners of the Earth like the builders,
People really don't give the authors and God credit when it comes to reading the Scriptures.
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: VictorBloodworth
Kind of sounds like a receiver of some sort, as in technological device
Even though many descriptions in the bible sound like alien tech - when it suits them it miraculous, or of a godly nature,
when it doesn't its from satan.
Eve may not have been Adam's first wife. It is said that Adam was first married to Lilith, who may have been a demon (alien?)
Moses found belief in Yahweh from the Midianites of Saudi Arabia
Moses may have been born from incest
Moses built a bronze snake to cure the peoples' snake bites (sounds like an idol to me)
There's no proof that the Exodus ever happened- either in Egyptian records or the archaeological record
Abraham, or Abram as he was originally called, is one of the first and most important leaders or Patriarchs of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.