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Researchers Discover The Site Of Biblical ‘Garden Of Eden’ In Iraq

Christian archeologists find site of Adam and Eve!

Researchers have claimed they have discovered the biblical Garden of Eden site beneath a world heritage site in Iraq.Christian archeologists who have been searching for the site for many years and now may have found where it once stood.Experts believe that theAhwar marshes, regarded as one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, in southeast Iraq.The Express reports: The site, which crosses over into Iran and Kuwait, has been named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO which says that there have been settlements there since between the fourth and third millennia BCE – around the time when creationists believe the Earth was created.The huge marshes are fed by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which Dr John Morris from the Institute for Creation Research believes is a clue that they were once the Garden of Eden.

The Ahwar Marshes in southern Iraq supposedly hide the Garden of EdenHe wrote in a blog post for the Institute for Creation Research: “The Bible describes the area around the Garden in Genesis 2, even using recognisable place names such as Ethiopia. It mentions a spring in the Garden which parts into four major rivers, including the Euphrates.”This has led many, including Bible scholars, to conclude that the Garden of Eden was somewhere in the Middle Eastern area known today as the Tigris-Euphrates River Valley.”However, Dr Morris adds that there is unlikely to be any lasting evidence that the home of Adam and Eve lies beneath the surface as they would have been destroyed in another Biblical story – the Great Flood.Dr Morris continued: “As described in Genesis 6-9, the Flood would have totally restructured the surface of the globe.

via neonnetlle.com

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