King Catfish And Acient Writing

Channel-3, Creation Science Jason Clay 31 December 2020

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King Catfish and Ancient Writing

Those who argue that Moses couldn't have written the early books of the Bible have been proven wrong by old King Catfish!

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One of the mysteries of ancient Egypt is that it appears to have begun as a high civilization. The very first pharaoh of Egypt is known as Narmer, and his name simply means "Catfish." It was long thought that writing had not yet been invented at the time of King Catfish, or even at the time of Moses, 400 years later. But recent discoveries of writing on both carved stone slabs and papyrus-like paper from the time of King Catfish have shown that even at this early date, writing had been around for a long time.

From what we can tell, King Catfish, who lived around five hundred years after the Great Flood, is helping to prove the truth of the Bible's history.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.
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Ref: Michael Allan Hoffman, “Where Nat,” October, Science 82, pp. 42-51.

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