mardi 30 octobre 2012

Disagreeing about age of flood. (et c)

Carbon dating began in the late 1940s and some of the first things to be carbon dated were Egyptian artefacts, including the coffin of Pharaoh Djoser. The date of this pharaoh’s death was already considered to be accurately established, at 2750 BC. We know this date is incorrect because Egypt is a post-Flood civilization and this date precedes the Flood by several hundred years.



"Anno a creatione mundi, quando in principio Deus creavit caelum et terram, quinquies millesimo centesimo nonagesimo nono; a diluvio autem, anno bis millesimo nongentesimo quinquagesimo septimo; a nativitate Abrahae, anno bis millesimo quintodecimo; a Moyse et egressu populi Israel de Aegypto, anno millesimo quingentesimo decimo; ab unctione David in Regem, anno millesimo trigesimo secundo; Hebdomada sexagesima quinta, juxta Danielis prophetiam; Olympiade centesima nonagesima quarta; ab urbe Roma condita, anno septingentesimo quinquagesimo secundo; anno Imperii Octaviani Augusti quadragesimo secundo, toto Orbe in pace composito, sexta mundi aetate, Jesus Christus, aeternus Deus aeternique Patris Filius, mundum volens adventu suo piissimo consecrare, de Spiritu Sancto conceptus, novemque post conceptionem decursis mensibus (Hic vox elevatur, et omnes genua flectunt), in Bethlehem Judae nascitur ex Maria Virgine factus Homo."


"a diluvio autem, anno bis millesimo nongentesimo quinquagesimo septimo" = Christ was born year 2.957 from the Flood.

Other difference: "a Moyse et egressu populi Israel de Aegypto, anno millesimo quingentesimo decimo" = year 1510 from Exodus, vs Prots: "According to Bible chronology the Exodus occurred about 1446 BC."

This latter statement is from otherwise very good article:

Searching for Moses (by David Down)

(This article makes Moses=Amenemhet IV)

Other post-flood chronology related article:

In the days of Peleg (by Larry Pierce)

(Not sure when the calculation behind Martyrologium would place Peleg, but at any rate dates are given backwards from Pagan sources, never mind if it was when Peleg lived or afterwards).


1 commentaire:

  1. First article linked to, on Carbon Dating, was by: Andrew Lamb