Religions predating the bible Web cam gratuito

31-Mar-2017 00:44

It seems like a lot of questions, but I'm sure someone can point me in the right direction.

The upper and lower kingdoms of Egypt were united in 3100 B.

The stories that became Genesis coalesced into one narrative about the 12th? According to my old college world history book, Traditions and Encounters, A Global Perspective on the Past, the Pharaoh Amenhotep IV and other devotees considered their god Aten the one and only true god.

Their faith might well have represented the world's first monotheism - the belief that a single god rules over all creation.

Egyptian religion and Sumeriam worship, to name two, are almost certainly older, but I doubt there are any living adherents.

I spologize to any strict adherents to Judaism, to whom the clear answer is that certainly no faith can claim greater age, since their faith can be traced back to the source.

While I'm not an adherent of Judaism, strict or not, I'm not sure that such an apology is necessary.