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Posted by WildB (Member # 2917) on :
Now the latest attack of the KJV Bible is,

In Genesis 41, how can an Egyptian Pharaoh dream of corn when corn originated in North America?

Originally Answered: If you read other translations, you see that the passage does say grain, not corn. I can point you to which has hundreds of versions of the Bible. I personally like the New International Version and it does say grain, not corn.

And he slept and dreamed the second time: and, behold, seven ears of corn came up upon one stalk, rank and good. Genesis 41:5 (KJV)

The Best answer

Narrative history tells how modern detectives uncovered evidence of maize (or Indian Corn) in tombs & temples of Egypt. Until January 2010, all the encyclopedias and most history profs believed there was no maize in Egypt or anywhere else in the Old World until after Columbus.

Yet over 400 corncobs were found in scientific study of museum collections at Met, Louvre, British Museum, Cairo Museum, etc. Proves Egyptian & Nubian made voyages to Mexico 3,000 years before Columbus.

Ancient Egyptian Maize I


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