Dating an egyptian man
The author of the article refers to the text of Genesis and the story of Joseph specifically for the bit about dream interpretation, an ability which is--incorrectly, according to the text itself--attributed to Joseph.Connie makes this point by way of direct quotation of the article and the relevant text of Genesis, and leaves it at that.If one were to replace Joseph's brother for "God" in the text, thus removing any possibility for someone to conclude that Connie's comment was a religious declaration, it becomes clear that she made a perfectly normal corrective statement.There is nothing that could be called "preaching" in her comment unless one assumes that she is saying she agrees with Joseph, thereby implying that she believes in the existence of his God..one would be hard pressed to define an implication based on an unspoken assumption as "preaching".Another interesting thing about the ‘Dream Book’ is that it was once part of an archive.In addition to this papyrus, there were a variety of papyri which dealt with literary, magical, and documentary works.Matters of faith are personal, and not to be shoved upon others.Unless you're all for the ethnic cleansing going on, and other intolerances and prejudices based upon the belief that you, and only you and your group, have the answers. It only hilights the fact that you believe stories over your own five senses.
That battle was still months in the future when Connie wrote her comment and thus has no connection, despite your attempts to make one. The entirety of this article was written with anything beyond what is scientifically verifiable cited as a 'possibility'.Nevertheless, the Egyptian ‘Dream Book’ is a fascinating piece of work which shows one of the beliefs (be it serious or not) held by the ancient Egyptians.Moreover, the value placed by the ancient Egyptians on knowledge can also be seen, as this papyrus was passed down from one generation to another as an heirloom.Most of these activities deal with some form of sight or seeing.The second largest category deals with eating and drinking, and a few more deal with receiving and copulating.