The Sin of Sodom

One needs to read Ezekiel 16: 49-50, to see fully the sin of Sodom and Gomorrah.

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Oct 20, 2012
The Sin of Sodom
by: Tom

Egyptian king Pepi II's artifacts were found at Byblos which had been destroyed in an earthquake the same time Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed.

Pepi II was Egypt's first bi-sexual king. He had trade with Sodom. Pepi II had the morals of Sodom. Pepi II died some 20 years before Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed.

Archaeology proves the archaeological-biblical connection, whereas Egyptian false chronology leaves the correlation a mystery.

Pepi II lived to be 100 years old, meeting Abraham when he was 96, and Abraham was 75 and Sarah was 65. Pepi II would find fair Sarah to be quite beautiful. (Genesis 12:11) Pepi II had a daughter named Nitocris who was fair and quite beautiful.

Pepi II was plagued by God (Genesis 12:17) for his sins; and the Memphis dynasty fell when Pepi II died and the Thebean dynasty arose a short time afterwards.

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