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The Dead Sea Scrolls [containing the Old Testament] corroborate with the Bible on all core facts. However, being that they are not included in the Bible, this can be considered a secular source.

RachelRoo, ChannelOne.com BBS 12 Comments [2/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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That's not what "secular" means, Eisenstein.

10/16/2007 1:04:38 AM


even if he is a moron, you gotta love his attempt to find a loophole

10/16/2007 3:36:48 AM


*to the unreal soundclip*

M-M-M-M-M-MONSTER FAIL FAIL fail fail...

10/16/2007 5:31:03 AM


Because first God wrote a whole bunch of texts, then he changed his mind and threw some away.

10/16/2007 5:35:07 AM

Didymous Thomas

You should get out more.

10/16/2007 8:57:31 AM

Caustic Gnostic

Secular =/= apocryphal.

I'm with Didymos here. We got some good first-century apocrypha here that'll knock your socks off.

10/16/2007 9:21:29 AM

Didymous Thomas

"The Dead Sea Scrolls [containing the Old Testament] "

I din' write no OT stuff, dude.
Read my blog.

10/16/2007 9:40:56 AM


Um. No. Sorry.

10/16/2007 10:09:19 AM


The Koran is not a part of the Bible. Can I use it as a secular source?

12/22/2010 2:40:46 AM


No it can't, the Bible is in books because it's the product of seperate scrolls, the DSS are just some of the oldest copies we have found.

And answer why, to this day there isn't a collected tome of the DSS? Because a lot of them were not used in the Bible, some of them are in the Gnostic but all of them have never been compiled and translated.

12/22/2010 6:14:33 AM

Crimson Lizard

Buy a dictionary (I recommend Webster's) and USE IT!

6/30/2012 8:29:30 AM


That's not what "secular" means, idiot.

9/5/2012 3:56:51 PM

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