They found chariots in the red sea and horses! and they also found near the dead sea,?
they also found mountains in weird shapes made of ash, and theirs pure brimstone in the mountains of ash near the dead sea, the scientists said the brimstone is pure, no where on this earth is there brimstones this pure, they say theirs no volcanic activity there, they also found near mountain siani, a rock altar with carving od calfs on a rock
- 6 months agoFavorite Answer
More and more physical and scientific evidence of God's word shows up each day. It's not just a crazy fairly tale.
- Atarah DerekLv 76 months ago
The brimstone is from a meteorite that exploded overhead, obliterating the two largest cities in the region (yes, those were Sodom and Gomorrah) and rendering that area uninhabitable for nearly 700 years.
- Tom SLv 76 months ago
I never listen to "they", this is a perfect example of why.
- MARKLv 76 months ago
"They found chariots in the red sea and horses!"
This is a Q&A forum which means as the OP you are supposed to pose a question not make a statement.
This is, of course, absolute nonsense. I support that claim on the basis you use a pronoun with no prior referent. We do not know who 'they' are. Also, you fail to cite a single reputable and reliable source for this non-event.
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- BillLv 76 months ago
Who are "they" that found all these things?
- rustbucketLv 66 months ago
It is also reported that the salt pillar of Lot's wife is nearby and show pictures. What a time to come up with that stuff. Are you worried because you're gay you might have made a mistake a very bad one and have that to look forward too. Tough break.
- Robert JLv 76 months ago
No actual Scientist would call sulphur "brimstone" or claim that that something that has been discovered on earth is purer than "anything found on earth" - that's a logical contradiction.
That sounds like a pseudo-science claim from some religious non-scientist.
As point of fact, sulphur can naturally be found in pockets of the absolutely pure substance. It is the fifth most common element in the Earth's constituents.
Again, so scientist or geologist would make such a moronic claim that one pocket or deposit of pure sulphur was "more pure" than any other pocket or deposit of pure sulphur.
- SumDudeLv 76 months ago
huh? Chariots and horses would have rotted away centuries ago.