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The Three Lines of Bible and Biblical Politics By Exegesisme Through the discussions in my thread "Bible and History, 'Who Never Know' ", I learned there are three lines interconnected each other. One line was about the out living experience of the outside world, the other line was about the inner living experience or spiritual experience of the enlightened authors, and the third line was the hypothetical thinking for the obvious irrational facts they knew in their eras. To my understanding, the readers in our era should read bible through the three lines for proper exegesis of the verses in the bible. Through this way of reading and exegesis, we may learn a kind of biblical politics from about ten thousand years ago to about 100 AD.
Bible and History, "Who Never Know". By Exegesisme Genesis 1:26 Then God said: " Let us make man in our image,..." (Time from 3 million years ago to 15 thousand years ago.) Genesis 2:7 the lord God formed the man from the dust of the ground.. (in Africa about 15 thousand years ago, the man was a man with new genome, or new nuclear information genetics.) Genesis 2:8 Now the Lord God had planted a garden in the east, in Eden; and there he put the man he had formed. (In Middle East, time from 15 thousand years to 10 thousand years. The trees in the garden became oils today.) Genesis 2:10 A river watering the garden flowed from Eden (the source of four ancient agricultural civilizations); from there it was separated into four headwaters. (Ancient China, ancient India, ancient Mesopotamia, and ancient Egypt. Ancient China and ancient India lose their relations with the source. Civilizations in ancient Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt had interacted repeatedly to form the civilizations of ancient Greece and ancient Jews, which in turn had interacted repeatedly to form the civilization of Christianity, until our era, have formed the main stream of general human civilization.)