Since theologians have debated the Bible and its origins, as well as the mindset of the individuals who wrote its scripture, there has been a Liberal wing of scientifically-oriented individuals who have made it their life's work to disprove what was recorded in the Bible (both Jewish and Christian). Leftists, by virtue of their genetic make-up, despise religion (most especially Judaism and Christianity). The whole purpose of their occupation (in their eyes) is to prove that the Bible is wrong, that it was written without any facts, that it is full of historical inaccuracies and that, the holes in its timelines are conveniently located at specific points because those were the areas in which Jews and Christians had the most trouble in expressing themselves according to “actual” history.
Much to the displeasure of Liberal scientists and historians, however, the very science that they espouse as being superior in all ways to mere faith or belief has all to often trumped the accommodative and more conventional modern-day viewpoints of Leftists and agreed in a virtually seamless way with the Bible. That is a source of much irritation, I would say, for each time some Liberal professor, scientist, or sociologist is forced to admit through their own means that the Bible is correct, it must be one of the most difficult conclusions to come to, especially when one considers that celebrity status among Leftists is paramount. To have to take sides with a Christian or a Jew on the basis of religion is the equivalent of putting your hand in a pot of molten lead.
A new study has been released that has now taken Egyptology and stood it on its head. The study actually disputes long-held beliefs in Liberal academic and historical circles and instead agrees with the Bible!
In a scientific first, DNA taken from Egyptian mummies has been decoded, producing unexpected results about the true origins of the Egyptian people. These results confirm a controversial theory that traces the First Egyptian Dynasty back to Biblical Ham, as described in the Book of Genesis.
Scientists have long been baffled by the origins of the Egyptian people. Until now, there was no empirical data to clarify the issue. The study of Egypt’s population history could only draw on literary and indirect archaeological references, and inferences made from genetic studies of present-day Egyptians. Based on these sources, most researchers believed that ancient Egyptians came from nearby northern Africa. Egyptians today exhibit a significant sub-Saharan genetic influence.
This scientific belief long contradicted the Biblical account, which designates the forefather of Egypt as being Mizrayim, a son of Ham.
Of these were the isles of the nations divided in their lands, every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations.
And the sons of Ham: Cush, and Mizraim, and Put, and Canaan. Genesis 10:5-6
According to the Bible, Mizrayim settled in Egypt whereas Cush settled in Africa, establishing two distinct and separate nations that did not share a common heritage. The scientific theory implies the origins of Africa and Egypt were the same.
A recent study of the DNA of mummies, led by Johannes Krause of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, has shed some light on the subject, and his findings support the Biblical narrative.
This is an amazing finding because it helps to explain why so many of those who have used the Bible as their launching pad and have been ridiculed for it have been so successful in their conclusions regarding historical trends throughout time. The common belief among Liberals is that if you study biblical-era history, you must look at it through the Leftist lens, one which attributes modern-day racial and cultural biases to the ancient people and break away from the “mythical musings of biblical scholars” so that the historical narrative is purer and fits into modern view.
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