So go pray already.<quoted text> I don't know how they determined the location from the Bible or how they dated the city. Only a handful of alleged experts do. They could have made any number of errors. We do not know how they operate. Why should we take their claims on faith? On the other hand you have Scripture. The established date for the building of the temple of Solomon is 966BC. 480 years back from that date is 1446 BC. They figure the the Exodus happened 1445BC. Add 40 or so years to that and you are around 1405BC. Everybody can understand that compared to the ''experts'' who dig up dirt and somehow determine dates which do not jibe with biblical history.
<quoted text> According to you and a sub group of experts. In your case why should i believe you or anybody when i know you have noting but contempt for my beliefs along with Judiac beliefs in regards to the Exodus in the first place? You are the one who assumes it is all myth. And let me tell you something, it is not only Christianity, it is also Judaism and Jewish history you demonstrate contempt for. Reducing it all to invented myth to keep everybody together. Your explanation is condescending. You use the big stick of Science to browbeat opposition. Anyone, including the experts who does not buy the majority report are more or less fools or are backpeddling. The method alone is elitest and creates suspicion.
<quoted text> Condescending. <quoted text> Now you mock Jewish history Judaism and Christianity. They are
making things up! That is just base assumption which basicially assumes the ancients did not really know what they were doing.
<quoted text> Who is we? A subgroup of alleged ''experts'' who operates on principals nobody understands to establish dates and places. All history for thousands of years is wrong and they are right. Is that it? Thanks but no thanks.
I'm off to the gym.
I don't want to browbeat the opposition.