We have rivaling theories, while one is considered as most likely based on countless observations to support the claim.
It is the same archeologists that are making this Hittites argument that are arguing that earthquakes and a volcano brought about the destruction of Sodom & Gomorrah. I've read these few and far between articles on the subject and continually are referred to the same links. Instead of bothering to argue on this anymore, I would simply ask why there are numerous false prophecies in the Bible? One only needs a single falsehood within the context of the Bible as evidence it is not the inspired word of God.
You weren't my target audience for that original remark.
1) When and where? I'd like to see coverage on these arrests, and to verify they were legal, peaceful protests.
2) He wasn't fired, and even if he were, it would not have been an act of our Government, but a private institution. He always had that right to his opinion, and still does, but against persecution from our government, not his employer. That is a truly terrible argument for persecution.
Are you playing dumb? I mean that seriously. Even the people who wrote the Bible understood the correlation between money and greed.
“Truly I tell you, it is hard for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.”
- Jesus Christ
Let this be my last post. I see everyone else has long since stopped bothering.