As regards the Mesopotamian story, I see it as a corruption of the Biblical story. As regards to there being an Adam and Eve...there is genetic evidence that demonstrates that we are all related. Strong evidence of an Adam and Eve. As regard to incest. There was no law against it in the beginning. DNA of people back then would have been far more complete, with far fewer mutations, consequently, probability of genetic problems in resulting kids would have been far far smaller than it would be today if incest occurs. As regards to miracles such as parting the Red sea...as I look at the sky and notice the stars and contemplate the universe...I tend to think it to be quite miraculous. Seven days...why not? Time is relative. Our perception is based on the belief that the speed of light has always been a constant. But, how do we account for the speed of light being the same when the mass of the universe was concentrated at one point? Is not the speed of light affected by mass?
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from the article: Archaeologist finds Jerusalem wall matching biblical story