Category Archives: PROVERBS BORROWED FROM ANCIENT EGYPTIAN WISDOM LITERATURE

SO WHO WROTE PROVERBS- KING JAMES VERSION- THE OLD TESTAMENT?

READ THE FOLLOWING AND I HAVE NO DOUBT THAT YOU WILL CONCLUDE THAT “BORROWING” BY THE HEBREW RABBINICAL SCRIBES TOOK PLACE IN THE WRITING OF WHAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE “THE TEACHINGS OF KINGSOLOMON (961 B.C. -922 B.C.), PROVERBS 22: … Continue reading

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THE SOURCE OF “MONOTHEISM” AND HEBREW (“JEWISH”) BORROWING FROM THE ANCIENT AFRICAN EGYPTIAN OLD KINGDOM “PYRAMID TEXTS” – THE 18TH DYNASTY “NEW KINGDOM” AND THE “OLD KINGDOM” AND “MIDDLE KINGDOM” SOURCES OF THE HEBREW (“JEWISH”) MONOTHEISM – PSALMS – PROVERBS – AND THE GREAT 8TH CENTURY B.C. PROPHETS OF ISRAEL: ISAIAH – JEREMIAH: “FEED THE ORPHANS AND TAKE CARE OF THE POOR” PASSAGES !

John Polkinghorne, is Dean and Chaplain of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is a Fellow of the Royal Society and former Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge University and Anglican Priest, author of Science and Providence,  One World , and Science and Creation: … Continue reading

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PROVERBS AND ANCIENT EGYPTIAN LITERATURE – PHARAOH AMENHOTEP III – CLEAR EVIDENCE OF HEBREW “BORROWING”

Need some more proof about the African-Egyptian origin of the Hebrew Bible? Try this! Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan referred to Proverbs 22: 17, 22:20, 21; 22:22; 22:24,25; and 22:29 as compared with the teachings of Amenhotep III, Pharaoh of Egypt, using … Continue reading

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