posted on Aug, 12 2012 @ 07:22 PM
reply to post by WarminIndy
The only folks in that region were the medes, and Abraham was not a mede. While it is true that Arabs today live in the Saudi peninsula, those to the
north in Babylonia and the lot were from the same source. Same cultures more or less. Iran, under Muslim rule, often grouped them in the same generic
Hebrew is actually very closely linked to Egyptian and Phoenician type script. They were sea peoples. And in many cases they were arabic. I am talking
about arabic as a genotype, not a cultural type nor meme.
So that may be our confusion. Also Moses married Bedouin, and it's sort of implied they followed the same God.
I know Elohim is plural. But it is still a title. It can also mean the three in one as would be pointed out by Genesis 18. But as you may have noticed
I am not perfect in knowing which clause of the word is which. I only know the generic terminology of the word is a title.
I was sort of attempting to lead on that the name is Yahweh for God. And that you get Yehshua for Jesus. Holy spirit still has no name, but holy
spirit is not the right term for it.
Funny how off topic this is, but is it? If the same script in Spain used by Carthage is the same prototype for Hebrew used as far east as the Jews in
Iran, why not then the same for South east Asia and Americas?
reply to post by JesusChristwins
You brought the topics up. And usually the one needing to go so far into left field is the one without source for what they say.
12-8-2012 by Gorman91 because: (no reason given)
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