You said: “ But you seem to be a person which needs always proofs... Scientists wanted to know if Yeshuah was African, they found a skull from the time and area where Yeshuah lived... they wanted to know if the people there were African... so they made many tests with the newest methods, and they said, this man was African, without any doubt.
Solomon was Black like his Ethiopian Son.
Israel lived fourhundred years long in Africa...
This are facts. “
LOL! Really? Did they computerize his facial reconstructions too? If so, show me the picture! But then again, you will fall victim to a brand of intellectual laziness that is both nonsensical and comical.
For the easy believer like you everything is possible and there are no problems but for the unemotional person in search of facts like myself, however, there is host of problems! Be mindful that according to the myth of the Roman Churchmen "Jesus Christ" was crucified during the 33rd year of his life and in the 3rd day of his ministry he rose into heaven. Therefore, the evidence of his corpse being discovered and used as scientific evidence cannot be ascertained. Your argumentation is then hopelessly erroneous. I tell you again this Hebrew (Jew) Savior-God never existed. And there is also NO plausible record available (nor will there ever will be) that can prove to the world that all the Biblical characters existed.
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