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Tablet Depicts Asteroid that Hit Sodom & Gomorrah?


Tablet Depicts Asteroid that Hit Sodom & Gomorrah?

Cuneiform on an ancient clay tablet (pictured) has finally been decoded after 150 years of study. The tablet from 700 BC is said to be a copied witness account of a huge asteroid that crashed into Earth in 3123 BC. Many ancient tales record such devastation, including the Bible's Sodom & Gomorrah. More here(1).
Appearing during the first half of the show, researcher Glenn Kimball(2) commented on the finding. The date of 3123 BC doesn't jibe with the biblical timeline for the Sodom & Gomorrah event, he suggested. Rather than an asteroid, Kimball believes that angels sent down a localized destructive force that annihilated the twin cities. He said he was shown a desolate site in Israel by archeologist Vendyl Jones where Sodom & Gomorrah were possibly once located.

1. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,343674,00.html?sPage=fnc/scitech/space
2. http://www.kimballcollege.com

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