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The comments on this question have correctly pointed out that it is possibly unanswerable because of the variety of meanings attributed to the word "Judaism." The question, as well as the encyclopedia sources it cites, seems to equate Judaism with the monotheistic worship of the Jewish people. When the Jews became monotheistic believers in "Judaism" is up ...


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Methodology: simple google searches, restrict results to direct quotes that are clear and straightforward and from the old testament (since the OP asks for Abrahamic books, not sure which he means but certainly not new testament). Omnipotence: "O Sovereign Lord! You have made the heavens and earth by Your great power. Nothing is too hard for You!" (...


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Given that it is possible that some building techniques were lost to history, we'll never been able to definitively answer this question, but we can take a look at what we are capable of building now to see how it stacks up. Taking a look at the wikipedia entry for tallest man made structures we can see that the tallest structure ever documented is the ...


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The link you provide in the comments, has references to scripture to support its claims. E. Calvin Beisner and Chad Meister, How Should Christians Approach the Problem of Evil, Point-Counterpoint, JAE140 Scripture declares God’s omnipotence—God is able to accomplish everything He desires (Jer. 32:17; Matt. 19:26; Luke 1:37; 2&...


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The 52.5 km tower is definitely impossible no matter what technology you have. The reasons are the same as discussed for the height of a mountain in this skeptics.se answer. Above a certain height, the stone under the crust under the tower just isn't strong enough to support it. The actual details vary, but according to that accepted answer it should be ...


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One of the leading biblical scholars in the United States, Michael D. Coogan, dates the archeological evidence for the events described in the Old Testament at ca. 3300-1200 BCE.1 The first five books of the bible contain texts that are dated, at the outer bounds, to 922-722 BCE, this according to Richard Elliott Friedman, another prominent scholar of the ...


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