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  • Historical Faith Society

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    October 18, 2021 at 11:16 pm

    Hello Walter. Thank you for sharing your knowledge of archaeology and ancient history on this platform! It is very appreciated! It has been brought to our attention though that in the course of what you have shared, you have also stated your belief that the Exodus is fictional. We are no strangers to people with different viewpoints and have even interviewed scholars who share the same views you do.

    However, this platform is for people who believe that the Bible is historically accurate – and is a place for them to discuss the archaeological, chronological, and geographical evidence that affirms this.

    It is also for those who are honestly seeking evidence and reasons to have faith in the God of the Bible.

    Moreover, we discuss matters of faith and Biblical doctrine on this platform to encourage one another to press forward in God’s mission for us here on earth.

    With this being said, you are welcome to stay on the platform and share what you have learned from your studies. It’s apparent you have a lot of knowledge on these topics!

    However, promotion of atheism or Biblical minimalism in any way will NOT be tolerated and could result in your account being suspended or deleted. So we ask that you refrain from statements of the Bible being fictional or being loosely based on real events that inspired some kind of myth.

    We do have a statement of faith – which you can read by clicking the “Statement of Faith” button at the bottom of the page.

    You, obviously, do not have to agree to this or believe these things. However, this will give you a good idea of our point of view, as well as the perspective of the archaeologists and scholars who have partnered with us on this platform.

    You can see who those scholars are by clicking the “Scholars” button at the bottom of the page.

    Thank you!