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10-Feb-2019 19:50

Despite the importance implied by these writers, few contemporary records of Bakenranef have survived.

The first is the story that a lamb uttered the prophecy that Egypt would be conquered by the Assyrians, a story later repeated by such classical authors as Claudius Aelianus (De Natura Animalis 12.3).

They set to work to more fully take over universities, as well as government funding agencies. Wanting to make it appear that the Bible must not be true, they said that events recorded in it had never really occurred—since they were quite consistently not confirmed by archaeological finds.

Another aspect of this plan was to devise additional ways to make it appear that men and civilizations have been on the earth for many thousands of years longer than they actually have.

The second was that Bakenranef was captured by Shabaka, a king of the Twenty-fifth dynasty, who executed Bakenrenef by having him burned alive.

A Kushite king, Shabaka extended his rule over the whole of Egypt, which had been split since the Twenty-first dynasty.

The first is the story that a lamb uttered the prophecy that Egypt would be conquered by the Assyrians, a story later repeated by such classical authors as Claudius Aelianus (De Natura Animalis 12.3).

They set to work to more fully take over universities, as well as government funding agencies. Wanting to make it appear that the Bible must not be true, they said that events recorded in it had never really occurred—since they were quite consistently not confirmed by archaeological finds.

Another aspect of this plan was to devise additional ways to make it appear that men and civilizations have been on the earth for many thousands of years longer than they actually have.

The second was that Bakenranef was captured by Shabaka, a king of the Twenty-fifth dynasty, who executed Bakenrenef by having him burned alive.

A Kushite king, Shabaka extended his rule over the whole of Egypt, which had been split since the Twenty-first dynasty.

In addition, these facts closely relate to two of our other books: The Age of the Earth and Dating of Time in Evolution.