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I never said the kingdom of Judah never existed. I was pointing out that the biblical accounts did not match up entirely with the accounts given by recorders of histories at the time, including Flavius Josephus.
The bible is their main argument in the first place, and is to this day not considered accurate history by most scholars of antiquarian history.
Originally posted by BuffaloJoe
I'll probably be bashed for this statement, but, why can't they share all of the land and become one nation permitting its residents to follow whatever religions they wish while not resorting to violence against each other. If I was the supreme world leader, I would mandate this at once.
God grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change;
courage to change the things I can;
and wisdom to know the difference.
Originally posted by octotom
It makes sense that the Palestinians cause a ruckus over this land. After all, the Palestinians are descendants of Edom; and the Edomites always were at odds with the Israelites. This struggle over the land is just one way that it is being manifested in modern times. Edom has been a thorn in his brother's side and it will be that way until Messiah comes.