Tablet from the Library of Ashurbanipal containing part of the Epic of Gilgamesh The first libraries consisted of archives of the earliest form of writing —the clay tablets in cuneiform script discovered in temple rooms in Sumer  some dating back to BC. There is also evidence of libraries at Nippur about BC and those at Nineveh about BC showing a library classification system. The tablets were stored in a variety of containers such as wooden boxes, woven baskets of reeds, or clay shelves.
On the ChristRevealed website, it claims: Hearing that, I could not help the urge to jump on the bandwagon and critically analyze each documentary as they came out throughout the week.
Bear in mind that these docu-series are about an hour-and-a-half long, I may leave minor bits out and just focus on the meat of the arguments. Unfortunately, I missed the first episode. The docu-series is hosted by Patrick Gentempo….
You can read a blog review of it here. That should give us all the indication of what to expect in this cinematic abomination: As for Gentempo, he may or may practice pseudoscience chiropractics lately, but he definitely runs a holding company that owns, among other entities, Circle of Docsa networking group for chiropractors.
Mike Huckabbe anyone else surprised? Greg Koukl is an apologist. Neither of them are Historians. Even my BA Degree in History makes me more qualified then them. First interviewee of the film: Key thing to remember: This guy is NOT a historian.
He has ZERO relevant degrees in the field he is pretending to be an expert in or at least what the docu-series is pretending he is an expert in. Wallace opens up with a bit of his backstory. So Wallace then applied his detective techniques to the gospels… and found them reliable eye-witness accounts.
Wallace then goes on to examine whether the gospels accounts of the Resurrection are true. He says based on his experience in court cases, when examining the reliability of eyewitness accounts to jurors, there are several things they have to follow.
Broadly, about 4 of them are the following: Has he been honest and accurate?
What motivation is there for this person to lie? None of the gospel writers claim to be eyewitnesses. It is common knowledge throughout the academic census that the anonymous gospel authors were not eyewitnesses.
This is why you should interview a historian, and not a detective trying to play historian. To answer the question for Wallace, the answer is NO.
History is limited; it can only confirm events that conform to natural regularity. This is not an anti-supernaturalistic bias against miracles, as is sometimes claimed by believers. The miracles may have happened, but in order to know they happened, we need a different tool of knowledge.
Yet except for faith which is not sciencehistory is the only tool Christians have to make a case for the resurrection of Jesus. Examining a miracle with history is like searching for a planet with a microscope. When Historians want to discover what happened in the past, they want contemporary sources.
Closer to the event the better.- The Epic of Gilgamesh Analysis “The Epic of Gilgamesh” was written in BCE. This is the oldest existing written story. Gilgamesh, a mighty king of Uruk, who is . Dec 05, · Topic: The Epic of Gilgamesh and the Bible.
Which came first? Lysimachus. Member (Idle past days) I'm not sure that Gilgamesh epic is a fair comparison to the Bible, for instance the epic of Gilgamesh hasn't had inconvinient parts of it cut due to unpopularity (at least for the past few millenia).
so do many contemporary Christians. Textual Analysis of Epic of Gilgamesh and Book of Genesis of the Holy Bible - A Textual Analysis of Genesis and the Epic of Gilgamesh The stories of the floods found in both Gilgamesh and Genesis contain many striking similarities that are inevitably beyond mere coincidence.
Dec 09, · A critical analysis reveals a much more complex relationship than the message conveyed by modern Christians, and makes it easier to compare that Old Testament with the polytheistic mythology that forms the background of a work like Gilgamesh.
Aug 31, · The Epic of Gilgamesh is mythological; it is the corrupted account of those who did not follow the God of the Hebrews.
Let not forget Gilgamesh Epic and other Tablet's were written way before the Holy Bible, Meaning it have to more than just similarties. Christians are on firm footing. Last edited: Aug 31, Aug 31, . Gerry, Thanks much for the great resource! On that topic, Bo Jinn comments in Illogical Atheism. The Humanist Manifestos were three official sets of atheist credos, drafted and signed separately over the course of exactly seven decades.