Monday, August 15, 2011

Odd Questions: How would you answer?

Over the years I've been asked many odd questions related to Genesis.  Here are four of the more interesting ones:

1. Was Atlantic City the true homeland of Noah?

2. Which of the Nubian ancestors were homosexuals?

3. Was Joshua the son of King Tut?

4. Where is Nimrod’s tomb?


How would you answer these?  If you can give a good answer that is also humorous you will make my day!

Best wishes,

Alice C. Linsley


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ms. Linsley, I hope when comments cease, you will provide answers. I am highly amused by a couple of the questions. You have a good sense of humor. Best, Brent

Alice C. Linsley said...

I especially like the question about Atlantic City. I suspect this person meant Atlantis, but the mental image of Noah's ark floating just off the Jersey shore is hilarious!

Anonymous said...

lol. Best, Brent

Michael Kruse said...

"Was Joshua the son of King Tut?"

No. Joshua was the only other virgin birth in the Bible. Scripture says he was "Joshua, son of Nun."

Alice C. Linsley said...

Michael, that's funny!

Actually, he was Joshua ben-Nxn. Nxn was the ancient Egyptian word for Onn (Heliopolis), an important Horite shrine on the Nile. Joseph's wife Asenath was the daughter of the priest of Onn.

Alice C. Linsley said...

Were Noah's ark at Atlantic City would it be a floating casino or the Atlantic City zoo?