Predating the time of noah
Thank you so much and keep up the good work.” So help us do just that! Firstly it’s highly probable that The Lord Jesus was born in a cave as that is where animals were kept in & around Bethlehem at the time and archaeological evidence shows that families lived upstairs on a shelf & the animals lived downstairs; the heat of their bodies making the upstairs warmer in the winter.Support this site Thank you very much for this well written article that puts many of the issues surrounding matters like climate change into a Biblically sound perspective. The article completely ignores the general impression people have of cave men; stone age beings with limited culture. Secondly I lived in a house in Naples, Italy from 1962–64 and half our house was cut out of TUFA (volcanic rock) which is so easy to work when it is first exposed to the air that it can be cut with a saw or even a sharp knife!I suppose this qualifies me as being a caveman too!I agree with what you say about “cave men” not preceding “civilized men”, however, some people must have regressed after the flood as there seems to be definite evidence of groups of people, some of whom lived in caves, who made use of stone tools and weapons and who’s “religious” paintings and artefacts adorn many caves around the world.According to Condivi's account, Bramante, who was working on the building of St Peter's Basilica, resented Michelangelo's commission for the Pope's tomb and convinced the Pope to commission him in a medium with which he was unfamiliar, in order that he might fail at the task.
Although Michelangelo worked on the tomb for 40 years, it was never finished to his satisfaction.The image of the near-touching hands of God and Adam has become iconic of humanity.The painting has been reproduced in countless imitations and parodies.Between half a million Ultimately, it was completely replaced by alphabetic writing (in the general sense) in the course of the Roman era and there are no cuneiform systems in current use.It had to be deciphered as a completely unknown writing system in 19th-century Assyriology.