Sunday, July 07, 2013

Little Annie

I was alerted by EOZ to Temple Denial by some strange persons masquerading as a left-wing radical San Francisco-based intellectual whose profession is "editor at large".

In a reply to a comment, she wrote:

July 6, 2013 at 1:07 pm
the Jewish Temples in Jerusalem, on top of which now stand the Dome of the Rock and Aksa Mosque.

allegedly. there’s no proof that was the location of some grand temple. maybe lots of jewish stuff retroactively lands itself right underneath islamic structures. did you ever think of that? jealous much?

and then continued to debate and added:

Annie Robbins says:
The existense of the Second Temple on the Temple Mount is not in question.

by you jon, but not by me.
and in case anyone is listening in, i am not saying, nor do i believe there is “no evidence of any Jewish presence in the area and every bit of archaeology found there is fake”. it just means i don’t believe biblical lore.

So I left this there:

ymedad says:Your comment is awaiting moderation.
      You are mixing two things: actual historical fact and your beliefs vis a vis  “biblical lore”, although you’re still wrong.  If by lore (you didn’t typo that as “law”?), you mean fanciful myth that really didn’t exist, you’re not too familiar with anything much, are you?

Is Carbon14 non-Biblical enough? Try this link.

Would this from the Smithsonian be of help? 


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