- Mar 2019
I rather thought I did. You said in your OP “Every time there’s an archaeological discovery like this it helps to verify biblical accounts.”
I pointed out that your logic is faulty. The archeological discovery you describe is nothing more than a suspected location of a city mentioned in the Bible. While fascinating from an archeological perspective, it does nothing to “verify biblical accounts” beyond “the city existed.”
After all, we have a pretty good idea as to the location of Loch Ness. However, this information does nothing to verify accounts of cryptids in the deep waters.
Yeah, but how about not making a condescending remark for a change?
You seem to think that you are superior to everyone around you.
I can think of a few reasons why, but unlike you, I will be polite and keep them to myself.
When you act in a respectful manner, I will treat you the same way.