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kwassa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-20-11 11:59 PM
Response to Reply #132
138. I did. Now what? He still has provided no proof
Edited on Thu Apr-21-11 12:01 AM by kwassa
he said:

That it never happened and Moses did not exist. That is from co-opted Babylonian myths, the same as Noah.
That the Jews were not slaves in Egypt (Egypt did not have the form of slavery portrayed in the Bible anyway).
And that the dates don't correlate to any sizable Jewish population in Egypt.
Do they know tonight that they are sitting around the Seder table reciting a fantasy.

Or do people think this fairy tale is true?


No proof that Moses didn't exist.

No proof that Jews were not slaves in Egypt.

Still waiting for proof.
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