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Originally posted by toyomotor toyomotor wrote:

Originally posted by Arlington Arlington wrote:


1.Under the Mosque.


3. Stranger things than that have been ascribed powers Toyo.


1. I thought that the tunnels under the Dome of The Rock had been completely explored, looking for the Templar Treasure. Would it not have been found?


2. Why do you believe that it existed? Could it not have been pure myth?


3. I can't argue with that.



1. depends on who you read. some say yes others say theres lots of archaeo exploration yet to complete.

2. Anything can be a myth. Evidence is scant. I agree. But the scriptural evidence says it existed. So I don't rule it out. Right now that appears the only evidence.


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There are some theologians that consider wanting to prove an article of faith, as being just as atheistic as denying an article of faith.  This view rejects trying to "prove" the existence of God (something that is "known" by faith, not by arguments).  Likewise, _if_ somebody did have the ark, they probably would have no desire or interest in "proving" it to the (outside) world.  Likewise, artifacts may be analyzed and dismissed by sceptics, but that doesn't mean that the faithful are going to reject them, even those faithful who are well educated, maybe _especially_ those faithful who are well educated, for they have an understanding of reason, and an understanding of the limitations of reason (medieval rationalism, not enlightenment rationalism where rationalitiy is the end all and be all.)
Or maybe the priests are keeping it secret because they just want to torment those in the blogosphere;).
It's kind of like the joke, "how do you keep an internet historian in suspense?
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