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Monday, September 13, 2021

SERMONS #10 – Kissin’ Cousins & Red Lentil Stew (9/13/21)

30:12 – Isaac’s first cousin Rebekah is selected by the Yahweh Elohim to be his bride, in defiance of the dangers of inbreeding. After a childless decade or two, a Yahwelian fertility procedure results in fraternal twins, the hairy Esau and the slick (perhaps too slick) Jacob, who eventually cheats his slightly older brother out of his birthright. This leads to a discussion of what our birthright is, and who is trying to cheat us out of it. Dave flips to the back of the book for the answers (in Revelation 13) and presents his own ideas about the mark of the beast, the name of the beast, and the number of its name, as well as about the infamous number 666, which (we are told) is the number of a man.

Show art: The Mess of Pottage (1896-1902) by James Tissot (1836-1902), Public Domain.

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posted by Dave at 1:52 pm filed in Dave,Sep21  

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  1. Impressive research and presentation. All of our advancements have clouded the fact that hidden in these stories are vital oral technology, that were deemed so important that they survived perhaps as much as 10000 years of human history. I am sure some of the observations about human behavior and how to live well, are even older. Once you start to see the pattern, it becomes clear that we are all fighting our natural instincts and inclinations. These instincts served us well in our prehistory, but the rise of the bicameral mind, and the resulting tools and civilizations required new guidance. The search for transcendent truths had begun. Aliens, hallucinations, high IQ pondering, all lead to the technology present within these stories. However it happened, they were fully aware of how it would end.

    Comment by chad bowers — September 15, 2021 @ 7:50 am

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