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Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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#173548 Aug 5, 2013
polymath257 wrote:
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I know for a fact that they were superstitious. And that does mean that is some cases they cannot tell fact from fiction.
Any competent historian is able to glean information.
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Because we know from other sources and the actual digs at the scene that the Exodus did not happen.
They were nomads in the Dessert. What are you looking to find?
It was an origin legend for that society.
BS. It is written and understood as history. All over the multiple accounts in the Old and repeated by both Josephus and Philo. This is only off the top of my head. I could probably come up with more.
But it was written hundreds of years after it supposedly happened and has many anachronistic aspects in it.
I think you are just regurgitating. You don't seem to be able to comprehend historians glean out information from biased sources and if you don't know that then you don't know much. This is an article pertaining to Hitchens by another atheist. He makes a point here pertinent to this discussion.
http://www.salon.com/2013/06/23/christopher_h...
''This case has been well made by others, if mostly in places far more obscure than Hitchens’s privileged position on the New York Times best-seller list. For example, William J. Hamblin wrote a thorough and admirably restrained review (“The Most Misunderstood Book: Christopher Hitchens on the Bible”) in which he held Hitchens to account for historical howlers of this kind:
In discussing the exodus, Hitchens dogmatically asserts:“There was no flight from Egypt, no wandering in the desert ..., and no dramatic conquest of the Promised Land. It was all, quite simply and very ineptly, made up at a much later date. No Egyptian chronicle mentions this episode either, even in passing.... All the Mosaic myths can be safely and easily discarded.” These narratives can be “easily discarded” by Hitchens only because he has failed to do even a superficial survey of the evidence in favor of the historicity of the biblical traditions. Might we suggest that Hitchens begin with Hoffmeier’s Israel in Egypt and Ancient Israel in Sinai? It should be noted that Hoffmeier’s books were not published by some small evangelical theological press but by Oxford University—hardly a bastion of regressive fundamentalist apologetics. Hitchens’s claim that “no Egyptian chronicle mentions this episode [of Moses and the Israelites] either, even in passing” is simply polemical balderdash.''
Among other things, it seems to be unaware that Egypt controlled the holy lands at the time. The time of David was actually in the time when the texts were written, so is far more likely to be accurate about some types of things.
Yeah the moderns were wrong on David and i can go back and point out were the moderns were wrong on a lot of their assumptions about the Bible. You have the Bible down as guilty until proven innocent and are unable, due to your hopeless bias, look at it objectively.

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#173549 Aug 5, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Lol! Well we have just as much secular historical proof for Hogwarts as we have for Jesus.
Well Harry Potter was more original than the Jesus myth which clearly stole from the numerous Hellenistic religions of the region.
It's like one day Yahweh said... Well Sheeeeyoooottt! Why does Zeus get to impregnate virgins and have his son be a savior and I don't? Gotta get on it right now! Hmmm Hercules walked on water? Well my son will too! Hercules and Perseus fought a seven headed dragon? Well mine will too! Hercules walked into Hades and returned? Well mine will too! Hercules outwitted the Devil? Well mine will too! Zeus' son sacrificed himself and returned from the dead only to go to heaven in front of followers? Hey almost all of the god's sons did that one so mine will too! Dionysius changed water to wine? Well my son will too! Horus was betrayed and crucified and was born of a virgin, raised a guy name Lazarus from the dead and is the only way to save your soul and go into heaven? Hey I like that! Hey Jesus! You a gonna do that like that Y'hear?
Awwww Dad! I want to do something different okay?
Shut up son! If it was good enough for Perseus and Hercules it's good enough for you! I gotta send the Holy Spirit with my magic sperm to rape and impregnate a teenage Jewish chick! Eat it Zeus!
Disclaimer: Yahweh sounds like a typical GOP Christian fundamentalist in this example for obvious reasons :)
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This was fan-freakin-tastic!!!

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#173550 Aug 5, 2013
CunningLinguist wrote:
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Why not continue?
Though for much of Christian history the gospel of Matthew has been given primacy that honor actually belongs to the gospel of Mark, the shortest and least sophisticated of the Jesus stories. Mark's literary creation was the starting point for both Matthew and Luke. Of approximately eleven thousand words found in Mark, ninety-five per cent of those words – entire paragraphs and stories in fact – are reused in the gospel of Matthew and sixty-five per cent of them in the gospel of Luke. Contrariwise, where Matthew and Luke differ most from each other – in the nativity and resurrection episodes – it is in material not found and not copied from Mark. Thus, to understand the trajectory by which the Jesus tale developed from an original hero – a righteous man infused by God's holy spirit– through a hybrid god possessing powers, to find final form as God incarnate on earth, one is best advised to begin with Mark's pithy masterpiece.
"Those who affirm him to have been a man, and to have been anointed by election, and then to have become Christ, appear to me to speak more plausibly than you who hold those opinions which you express."
– Trypho to Justin, Dialogue with Trypho, XLIX.
Between the era of the Maccabees and Bar Kochba's war the increasingly radicalized factions of the Jews were animated by an expected warrior/priest who would lead the 'nation of Israel' in triumph. The expectation was thus of someone in the imminent future, no doubt of 'Davidic' or even 'divine' lineage but otherwise, human.
http://www.jesusneverexisted.com/mark.htm

Why not cite your source. Copy paste?
LCN Llin

United States

#173551 Aug 5, 2013
I_see_you wrote:
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This was fan-freakin-tastic!!!
Harry

Since: Jun 13

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#173552 Aug 5, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
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Harry
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =qvgVMecNp0cXX
lol

Since: Jun 13

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#173553 Aug 5, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>So making yourself look like a factually incorrect jackass is your way of making fun of others....... I see you do that often.
Christians lives are built on this dishonesty.
"look like a factually incorrect jackass"

"Christians lives are built on this dishonesty."

Givemeliberty wrote:

I am especially proud of my volunteer work and donations to the humanist cause. Every year I go to the Philippines and spend thousands on food,water, clothing and medicine for the needy there. After a horrific typhoon and flooding there I was there amongst others 14 hours a day handing out supplies, giving life saving injections and treatments to those who lost their home. I stood and watched as homeless children lined up easily 3 miles deep for a package of crackers sandwich fruit and bottle of water. Unwanted children who were born because the Christian ran theocracy light government makes it nearly impossible for a woman to obtain birth control. My wife is in pre-med classes and wants to practice medicine there free to help those poor children. Here in the states I collect donations for running in marathons with the money going to children's charities and cancer or HIV awareness programs.
I have seen first hand time and time again the damage and heart breaking situations brought on by theists. The same theists who come crawling to us to help fix their mess! Oh but while we are fixing it are we thanked? Nope. We barely get the figurative broom in hand and they are shrieking at us for not believing in their imaginary friend.
Honor? I guess it is a relative term. The dozen of urban low income students I assist for free with their biology and pharmaceutical homework at two different colleges locally would probably say good ole KJ is an alright dude.
Now if coming on topix and giving the theists a little taste of backbone, the theists who try to intimidate and silence non believers because they think we should all be meek and humble and tolerate their abuse and repeated logical fallacies makes me vile, Without reason, Disrespectful, In someone's opinion? So be it, hmmm I will chuckle about how vile And disrespectful I am Friday at U of L for the 6 hours I am assisting the students there as a volunteer. Or perhaps this summer as I am passing out thousands of dollars worth of free medicine and other essentials trying to save some more homeless from dying. Yes I was walking by a group of people there and they were huddled together praying loudly and crying. I looked in and a young girl was on the ground dying of dehydration. Instead of getting her water and rushing her to the hospital they stood there holding hands and praying! I grabbed my cell phone and called for an ambulance and started trying to get her to drink. Slowly she sipped the water as the praying continued. The ambulance came after almost an hour and reluctantly took her to the hospital, the paramedic said she was good as dead and best leave it in the hands of Jesus same thing the crowd thought. She died 18 hours later. They didn't even know her name and couldn't figure it out.
I guess I'll somehow deal with being called disrespectful.
<quoted text>

"I semi-retired except for collecting and inspecting my rental properties. I live comfortably off my stock dividends, porn sites I own, early retirement from work and rental properties here in the states and in the Philippines. "

OMG. It's getting better all the time!!!

You're retired except for Porn and your wife is still in school!

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Please stop!!!!

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Liberty wrote:
I am a 32 year old multi-racial man with a Johnson bigger than anyone in your family

Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!

Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!

"if I didn't have the strong secular morals"

Please you've got to be kidding me!

No more I can't take it!

Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa

Please stop!!!!

Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!

Since: Jun 13

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#173554 Aug 5, 2013
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
<quoted text>
"look like a factually incorrect jackass"
"Christians lives are built on this dishonesty."
Givemeliberty wrote:
I am especially proud of my volunteer work and donations to the humanist cause. Every year I go to the Philippines and spend thousands on food,water, clothing and medicine for the needy there. After a horrific typhoon and flooding there I was there amongst others 14 hours a day handing out supplies, giving life saving injections and treatments to those who lost their home. I stood and watched as homeless children lined up easily 3 miles deep for a package of crackers sandwich fruit and bottle of water. Unwanted children who were born because the Christian ran theocracy light government makes it nearly impossible for a woman to obtain birth control. My wife is in pre-med classes and wants to practice medicine there free to help those poor children. Here in the states I collect donations for running in marathons with the money going to children's charities and cancer or HIV awareness programs.
I have seen first hand time and time again the damage and heart breaking situations brought on by theists. The same theists who come crawling to us to help fix their mess! Oh but while we are fixing it are we thanked? Nope. We barely get the figurative broom in hand and they are shrieking at us for not believing in their imaginary friend.
Honor? I guess it is a relative term. The dozen of urban low income students I assist for free with their biology and pharmaceutical homework at two different colleges locally would probably say good ole KJ is an alright dude.
Now if coming on topix and giving the theists a little taste of backbone, the theists who try to intimidate and silence non believers because they think we should all be meek and humble and tolerate their abuse and repeated logical fallacies makes me vile, Without reason, Disrespectful, In someone's opinion? So be it, hmmm I will chuckle about how vile And disrespectful I am Friday at U of L for the 6 hours I am assisting the students there as a volunteer. Or perhaps this summer as I am passing out thousands of dollars worth of free medicine and other essentials trying to save some more homeless from dying. Yes I was walking by a group of people there and they were huddled together praying loudly and crying. I looked in and a young girl was on the ground dying of dehydration. Instead of getting her water and rushing her to the hospital they stood there holding hands and praying! I grabbed my cell phone and called for an ambulance and started trying to get her to drink. Slowly she sipped the water as the praying continued. The ambulance came after almost an hour and reluctantly took her to the hospital, the paramedic said she was good as dead and best leave it in the hands of Jesus same thing the crowd thought. She died 18 hours later. They didn't even know her name and couldn't figure it out.
I guess I'll somehow deal with being called disrespectful.
<quoted text>
"I semi-retired except for collecting and inspecting my rental properties. I live comfortably off my stock dividends, porn sites I own, early retirement from work and rental properties here in the states and in the Philippines. "
OMG. It's getting better all the time!!!
You're retired except for Porn and your wife is still in school!
Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!
Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!
Liberty wrote:
I am a 32 year old multi-racial man with a Johnson bigger than anyone in your family
Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!
Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!
"if I didn't have the strong secular morals"
Please you've got to be kidding me!
No more I can't take it!
Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!
Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!
Did you turn into a typing sheep by the end of this post? lol

“a.k.a. GhostWriter2U”

Since: Jul 13

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#173555 Aug 5, 2013
I have a question. Why is evolution and Darwinism so important to atheists?

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#173556 Aug 5, 2013
Roman Apologist wrote:
I have a question. Why is evolution and Darwinism so important to atheists?
It's not that it's "so" important, it's that it is a part of the explanation for the present day world, so it's discussed as such. Same reason religious books are important to them.

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#173557 Aug 5, 2013
Roman Apologist wrote:
I have a question. Why is evolution and Darwinism so important to atheists?
*Same reason religious books are important to religious people.

I highly doubt that this was a question, but more of a beginning to an argument on the subject. Why dance around it?

“a.k.a. GhostWriter2U”

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#173558 Aug 5, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
No I am asking for a single shred of secular historical proof for the existence of Jesus which seems a reasonable request.... Something you have failed to provide.
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All the sources I have listed, Josephus, Tacitus, Suetonius, Pliny, none of them are secular. The Romans were polytheistic. Josephus was a Jew. Your 12 historians in Israel at the time Jesus was there? Who were they? Can you furnish names? No Liberty you can't. And you know it. Here's how I know. If there were 12 high caliber historians in Jerusalem in 30-33AD they wouldn't have written about messianic movements and claims. And do you know why? Because so many people claimed to be the messiah! False messiahs were a dime a dozen!

Next, I've already told you that 1st century Palestine was an orally dominated culture! News traveled more by word of mouth than by writing. Your assumptions are based on a very poor superficial knowledge of ancient history.

Finally as I've pointed out,(and you haven't replied yet) good history doesn't have to be written by a contemporary author. I've already demonstrated that Bruce Catton was born in 1899 and wrote some of the best history ever about the American Civil War. And that war ended in 1865. So how did he do that? It sure as hell wasn't from the evening news video camera footage. Video cameras weren't around during the civil war. So where did he get his information?

Eye-witness reports right? You haven't refuted that argument and I'm not going to give you any breathing room to refute it. You know why? Because the principles of ethical historical research don't change.

I proved that the ten tests of historical reliability do in fact exist and once I did that, you didn't say another word.

Ya see Liberty, you like to throw out assertions but you won't answer a real challenge. What do you do? You claim that others do the same. Why? Because that's what you do. Now kindly address how Bruce Catton was able to write authoritative books on the civil war when he was born 34 years after it ended. Go ahead and try to refute it. Don't claim it's irrelevant. I won't buy that.
blacklagoon

Brookline, MA

#173559 Aug 5, 2013
Roman Apologist wrote:
I have a question. Why is evolution and Darwinism so important to atheists?
Because TRUTH is important. Because understanding how the world we live in is important. Because it's the alternative to unsupported beliefs that invoke what is viewed as magic.

Mythical beings and magical events vs. verifiable scientific evidence should be a no brainer for anyone.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#173560 Aug 5, 2013
Roman Apologist wrote:
I have a question. Why is evolution and Darwinism so important to atheists?
Why?

You got a **better** alternative, that is **supported** by the 100's of years of data?

Evolution is both fact and theory.

The fact of evolution is evident in both the fossil record, and in the DNA histories/evidence-- life evolved from simple single cell creatures into the complex multicellular species we see today.

The **theory** of tries to explain **how** and by what mechanism, this fact-of-evolution took place.

If you have something **better** that fits **all** the facts so far?

Lets' here it.

Since: Mar 11

Henderson, KY

#173561 Aug 5, 2013
Once again nobody has made a religion based on the civil war. People also didn't wait 50 years after it ended to finally write it. All throughout it we had photos, records, letters and newspapers reporting the events. No unwritten God man walked into the city with thousands of formerly dead Jews in tow. Your question again factually answered. I await your historical proof that Christians employed this oral tradition for decades until it was written. The Jews used oral tradition but they also kept written documentation as a back up just in case someone was saying something incorrect this was vitally important to them. Without written back ups the probability for errors becomes a given. Okay you asked for historians, unlike you who hasn't even attempted to answer why Joseph would be mentioned in Jesus' family tree if he wasn't the father :) I have facts. No need for biblical fan fiction or excuses on why I can't answer the question.

Well known Historians in Jerusalem at the time of Jesus who documented much but somehow missed this resurrected god man who kicked butt in the temple with his whip.

1: Aulus Perseus
2: Columella
3: Dio Chryscostom
4: Justus of Tiberius
5: Livy
6: Lucarius
7: Lucius Florus
8: Petronius
9: Phaedrus
10: Philo Judaeus
11: Phlegon
12: Plutarch
13: Pomponius Mela
14: Rufus Curtius
15: Quintilian
16: Quintus Curtius
17:... Wait I only needed 12. Sorry I went over and there are even more. These are all well known respected first century historians who were there in the city documenting everything political and happenings with the Jews. Some even chronical Pilate and his actions both cruel and positive. Many of these guys even write about messiah wannabes who came through..... No mention of your Jesus.. Ever... Not once by any of them... Fact.

Would you like even more historians at the time Jesus was said to walk the earth that missed him and his earth shattering miracles and his huge flocks of followers?

I guess those pottery sales kept them all so busy they missed the hundreds if not thousands of dead Jews returning from the graves.... But on their defense, that was some damn fine pottery!

He was born of a virgin, accept this in common with what you believe about the god Perseus.... Justin Martyr
Roman Apologist wrote:
<quoted text>All the sources I have listed, Josephus, Tacitus, Suetonius, Pliny, none of them are secular. The Romans were polytheistic. Josephus was a Jew. Your 12 historians in Israel at the time Jesus was there? Who were they? Can you furnish names? No Liberty you can't.

Since: Mar 11

Henderson, KY

#173562 Aug 5, 2013
Some people like testable facts. Don't look now but more and more theists are accepting evolution.
Roman Apologist wrote:
I have a question. Why is evolution and Darwinism so important to atheists?

Since: Mar 11

Henderson, KY

#173563 Aug 5, 2013
Thanks it made me chuckle :)
I_see_you wrote:
<quoted text>This was fan-freakin-tastic!!!

Religionthebigli e

“saved From jesus”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#173564 Aug 5, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
<quoted text>
Cheers, I just noticed a typo in my post, I meant to write “goat herders”
I thought you were goading herders :)
Thinking

Royston, UK

#173565 Aug 6, 2013
You're the mental that thinks something to the East is "past" something to the North. Things have to be in roughly the same direction to be "past" each other.

Back to school with you, twart!
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
<quoted text>
"look like a factually incorrect jackass"
"Christians lives are built on this dishonesty."
Givemeliberty wrote:
I am especially proud of my volunteer work and donations to the humanist cause. Every year I go to the Philippines and spend thousands on food,water, clothing and medicine for the needy there. After a horrific typhoon and flooding there I was there amongst others 14 hours a day handing out supplies, giving life saving injections and treatments to those who lost their home. I stood and watched as homeless children lined up easily 3 miles deep for a package of crackers sandwich fruit and bottle of water. Unwanted children who were born because the Christian ran theocracy light government makes it nearly impossible for a woman to obtain birth control. My wife is in pre-med classes and wants to practice medicine there free to help those poor children. Here in the states I collect donations for running in marathons with the money going to children's charities and cancer or HIV awareness programs.
I have seen first hand time and time again the damage and heart breaking situations brought on by theists. The same theists who come crawling to us to help fix their mess! Oh but while we are fixing it are we thanked? Nope. We barely get the figurative broom in hand and they are shrieking at us for not believing in their imaginary friend.
Honor? I guess it is a relative term. The dozen of urban low income students I assist for free with their biology and pharmaceutical homework at two different colleges locally would probably say good ole KJ is an alright dude.
Now if coming on topix and giving the theists a little taste of backbone, the theists who try to intimidate and silence non believers because they think we should all be meek and humble and tolerate their abuse and repeated logical fallacies makes me vile, Without reason, Disrespectful, In someone's opinion? So be it, hmmm I will chuckle about how vile And disrespectful I am Friday at U of L for the 6 hours I am assisting the students there as a volunteer. Or perhaps this summer as I am passing out thousands of dollars worth of free medicine and other essentials trying to save some more homeless from dying. Yes I was walking by a group of people there and they were huddled together praying loudly and crying. I looked in and a young girl was on the ground dying of dehydration. Instead of getting her water and rushing her to the hospital they stood there holding hands and praying! I grabbed my cell phone and called for an ambulance and started trying to get her to drink. Slowly she sipped the water as the praying continued. The ambulance came after almost an hour and reluctantly took her to the hospital, the paramedic said she was good as dead and best leave it in the hands of Jesus same thing the crowd thought. She died 18 hours later. They didn't even know her name and couldn't figure it out.
I guess I'll somehow deal with being called disrespectful.
<quoted text>
"I semi-retired except for collecting and inspecting my rental properties. I live comfortably off my stock dividends, porn sites I own, early retirement from work and rental properties here in the states and in the Philippines. "
OMG. It's getting better all the time!!!
You're retired except for Porn and your wife is still in school!
Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!
Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!
Liberty wrote:
I am a 32 year old multi-racial man with a Johnson bigger than anyone in your family
Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!
Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!
"if I didn't have the strong secular morals"
Please you've got to be kidding me!
No more I can't take it!
Baaaaahaaaaaahaaaaa
Please stop!!!!
Lol BAAAAAHAAAAHAAAAA !!!!
Thinking

Royston, UK

#173566 Aug 6, 2013
Because religitards lie about Darwin all the time.
Roman Apologist wrote:
I have a question. Why is evolution and Darwinism so important to atheists?

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#173567 Aug 6, 2013
polymath257 wrote:
Because we know from other sources and the actual digs at the scene that the Exodus did not happen. It was an origin legend for that society. But it was written hundreds of years after it supposedly happened and has many anachronistic aspects in it. Among other things, it seems to be unaware that Egypt controlled the holy lands at the time. The time of David was actually in the time when the texts were written, so is far more likely to be accurate about some types of things.
We were discussing Jesus myth theory. Many in your camp here do not believe in historical Jesus. What about you? Nor do they agree on the dates. The moderns assign a date which would make it incompatible with Egyptian records.

http://www.starways.net/lisa/essays/exodus.ht...

A papyrus dating from the end of the Old Kingdom was found in the early 19th century in Egypt [6]. It seems to be an eyewitness account of the events preceding the dissolution of the Old Kingdom. Its author, an Egyptian named Ipuwer, writes:

Plague is throughout the land. Blood is everywhere.
The river is blood.
That is our water! That is our happiness! What shall we do in respect thereof? All is ruin!
Trees are destroyed.
No fruit or herbs are found...
Forsooth, gates, columns and walls are consumed by fire.
Forsooth, grain has perished on every side.
The land is not light [dark].

Velikovsky recognized this as an eyewitness account of the ten plagues. Since modern men are not supposed to believe in such things, it has been interpreted figuratively by most historians. The destruction of crops and livestock means an economic depression. The river being blood indicates a breakdown of law an order and a proliferation of violent crime. The lack of light stands for the lack of enlightened leadership. Of course, that's not what it says, but it is more palatable than the alternative, which is that the phenomena described by Ipuwer were literally true.
When the Bible tells us that Egypt would never be the same after the Exodus, it was no exaggeration. With invasions from all directions, virtually all subsequent kings of Egypt were of Ethiopian, Libyan or Asiatic descent. When Chazal tell us that King Solomon was able to marry Pharaoh's daughter despite the ban on marrying Egyptian converts until they have been Jewish for three generations because she was not of the original Egyptian nation, there is no reason to be surprised.

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