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How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?

 
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How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?
They have a little bit of data, to which they add a lot of assumptions to give the narrative gloss so that the History Channel can make a compelling piece on it.





First, we find it rather curious that this site is being used as if it’s something that should be a big challenge to creationists because of the date. Our response to that is the same as the dates that put the earliest Egyptian pyramids before the biblical date for the Flood and those that claim dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago—the dates are wrong. In this case the dates are based on carbon dating, something we’ve written much about previously. We would agree though that it’s probably one of the earliest big human monuments we have—a tentative dating would put it soon after the Flood. The site’s location is about perfect for it to be the product of one of the early post-Flood or post-dispersion people groups to have built it.

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Re: How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?
Exactly. This question was posted here week ago and the response was, carbon dating was all wrong or of the devil or something silly.
Nice article.
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Re: How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?
Exactly. This question was posted here week ago and the response was, carbon dating was all wrong or of the devil or something silly.
Nice article.
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Re: How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?
Göbekli Tepe is most likely what remains of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The evidence, region, relics and architecture all fit nicely. The water source for the garden probably used to run right past there, but time and natural phenomenon have altered its path. An earthquake destroyed the garden hiding it. Now it is being unearthed and is titled "Gobekli Tepe" Do your research, look at google maps etc. This is likely an original missing 7th wonder of the world.

Find the thread on the " missing 7th wonder of the world" and read it to explore the concept that this truly may be the case.
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Re: How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?
Göbekli Tepe is most likely what remains of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. The evidence, region, relics and architecture all fit nicely. The water source for the garden probably used to run right past there, but time and natural phenomenon have altered its path. An earthquake destroyed the garden hiding it. Now it is being unearthed and is titled "Gobekli Tepe" Do your research, look at google maps etc. This is likely an original missing 7th wonder of the world.

Find the thread on the " missing 7th wonder of the world" and read it to explore the concept that this truly may be the case.
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Re: How does Göbekli Tepe fit with biblical history?
could be First Earth Age Relic