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Dr. Petrovich Responds to Published Challenges
This month we will look at Dr. Petrovich’s responses to fellow archaeologist and their published critical reviews of the Petrovich thesis that the earliest alphabet writing was in fact Hebrew that was developed in Egypt by the two oldest sons of Joseph. All agree that the world’s oldest alphabetic language appeared in Egypt at the time Joseph would be expected as the top vizier. But this language had never been deciphered although it was generally agreed to be in the Semitic group of languages which have much in common. Dr. Petrovich claims to have deciphered it and that it is specifically Hebrew. Yes, the origin of the Hebrew that Moses would write with about 400 year later.
Some authorities have objected as one would expect. Many have long careers committed to other concepts of history. For example one school of thought teaches that everything in the early books of the Bible were composed after the Babylonian exile. Another faction supposes that God really dose not do anything miraculous so all of that kind of narrative is highly corrupted memories at best. Others don’t think that God or anything beyond the laws of physical science can actually exists so everything about gods is simply a product of the imagination.
But Dr. Petrovich seems to be able to make strong and systematic rebuttals to all. These replies not only defend his thesis they also bring our attention to additional information that bolster how well it all fits into the overall scheme in a highly systematic way. The professional level critiques make us think about and learn more than we understood before. Join us for the adventure!
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