3,000-year-old head may be face of God

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Apr 22, 2020
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A clay head that s back almost 3,000 years may be a rare depiction of Yahweh, or God. But other archaeologists aren't convinced.

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[/ "For example, Psalm 68:4 reads, 'Sing to God, sing praises to his name; lift up a song to him who rides upon the clouds,'" wrote Garfinkel.]

The Hebrew Bible reads: "rides upon the skies" rather than clouds, although the two words may be synonyms (see link: "thick clouds" / "thick waters").

In Psalms 18:12 it says: "He made darkness His hiding-place about Him as His booth; the darkness of waters, thick clouds of the skies."

It appears to me there are two entities, the God of light, and the god of darkness, the God of "the heavens above", and the god of "thick waters (below the firmament Gen. 1:6-7)":

This would make more sense from an archeaological perspective: there are two conflicting and contradictory entities (God who doesn't allow graven images of him, and the other god who does). Therefore, the title should read "face of god, not God".
All beliefs require an amount of faith, even modern science.................for we have no knowledge.

Modern science is just as much a fairy-tale, as any other tale. And you remain a child for it.

Light is not a wave.

And this universe has only one structure.