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Jonah and the Whale: The Brick Bible for Kids free 18
johnbiggscr"... salem witch trials, support of slavery, etc. Trying to use the bible as somehow some final word on something is kind of pointless if people can, and do, interpret what it says in different ways."=>In most cases support of slavery etc. happen when mans personal agenda is driving the search for truth. Context, time, place and purpose of the author must be taken into account. The Bible does not conflict with itself and there are few contradictions when viewed as intended. Slavery is a prime example where any abusive thought or actions against another is wrong and is sin. Even before the new testament when Moses noted a few verses regarding treatment of slave we see the entire chapter is subject to never being abusive towards slaves as the Egyptians were towards them. God sets you free from such oppression.
tallulah13If Akhenaten was the abusive Pharaoh then the exodus comes together about 1330 BC under Tutankhamun. A little digging and we see Akhenaten had no sons so Tutankhamun the son in law assumed power, Ra (sun god), Hapig(god of the Nile), Kermit, (fertility goddess of frogspawn) Osiris, (corn god) hit with locusts all these scientifically proven accounts fit the Exodus account where Moses sets of the frogs, locusts, darkness, blood red Nile.I will agree with you we do not know if this was the pharaoh of Exodus or not or if the Hebrew were the hundreds of thousands of slaves who made the mud bricks of that city . But I can guarantee you that if Gilgamesh had freed these slaves you would have claimed Moses stole the story.