The Torah is not a primary historical source. It was written hundreds of years after the purported events described there. One can discern the work of different hands in its composition. There is evidence of all this within the Torah, which even the ancient Rabbis could not deny. The so-called "Abrahamic Covenant" thus has no historical basis, and is the result of wishful thinking of later generations. It is indeed true that our Israelite ancestors were present in the Land starting from the end of the 13th century BCE, but this is based on archeological evidence, not on a belief system.
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Instead of repaying their sisters for the paths they opened for them, millennial women are spitting in their faces, turning their backs on Hillary and complaining about the lack of diversity in the Oscars.23:27 09.02.16 | 0 comments