The only 'research' we have for Lord is the fact that comprised within related and the Bible texts (i.e. - the Koran, etc.). Yet the Bible is just a work of pure historical fiction. The proof of that pudding lies while in the undeniable fact that the Bible is chock-o-block high in 'thus-and-so stated' or 'this individual relates' or 'that individual describes' or 'the next individual (or supposed deity) claims', and so on. There are multiple-a huge selection of Spiritual rates across the lines of '(someone - fill in the bare) mentioned... ' , for example like 'Jesus said... ' you will find countless monologues and dialogues (conversations) linked in the Bible which might be in quotation marks.
Works of hype are naturally high in discussions in quote marks. An obvious illustration may be the famous book "Gone with all the Breeze". I can let you know what Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara stated, and what they said to one another, nevertheless frankly my dear reader, you shouldn't provide a darn. The things they explained wouldn't/couldn't bring much traditional weight now, would it not? Why? Because these are imaginary people in a traditional environment who never existed.
Works of old historic reality aren't packed with 'this traditional individual mentioned' except that person basically published something down that has lasted and filtered along its way to the times. Most of the key participants while in the Bible didn't have scribes at their beck-and-contact and never composed anything along themselves (primarily on account of superior premiums of illiteracy), if you don't count Godis Ten Rules however these rock drugs are nowhere found so that they haven't filtered down to us while in the original type.
While in the Bible it's always 'Moses said' or 'Noah said' or 'Adam said', not 'Moses applies in his autobiography that... ' or 'Noah's definitive executive publication on ark building records... ' or 'Adam's manual to gardening states... '. There is no autobiography by Moses; no executive text compiled by Noah; no gardener's guide composed by Adam*.
It truly is an anomaly of the primary order that we haven't any idea what Cleopatra (officially Cleopatra VII) or Alexander-the-Wonderful and sometimes even Shakespeare, Mozart or Isaac Newton said as monologues and dialogues (simply the things they published), nevertheless we 'realize' what all the multiple-dozens of the key players inside the Bible said. That only suggests that the Bible is really a work of historical fiction, like " using the Breeze" and may be read as a result.
Here's another historical example. Can anyone tell me what King [ Pharaoh ] Tutankhamun mentioned, and when not, why not? After all, he was the Supreme Leader of the entire region we contact Historic (Upper and Lower) Egypt, thus definitely we must understand what he said - at the least for the record, or on the record. Obviously you-can't estimate King Tutankhamun however there's no doubt this Pharaoh endured and is (from the chance of the draw) one of many most renowned of all figures from Ancient Egyptian times.
These are Ancient Egypt, we've this important anomaly. John after several various and exciting ventures, became really a huge bigwig in Ancient Egypt (Genesis 41) as well as a really good friend to his [unnamed] Pharaoh. While Joseph died at 110 (which sounds a bit suspect tome - the age, not the death) he was therefore given the mummification therapy and hidden in Egypt (Genesis 50:26). But in the end of this popularity and bundle; most of that pomp and ceremony, the next [unnamed] King (or Pharaoh) of Egypt apparently had never been aware of good-old John (Exodus 1:8). I mean this is like a new American President not having a who the last Presidentis Vicepresident was. Egypt was great at history-maintaining therefore permanently old Joseph to possess become an un-person is very anomalous and is extremely effective that this entire tale is pure manufacturing.
Lastly, but not exhausting this topic without rotating this composition into a monograph, there's this minor Biblical mystery. We are told that 200,000 people wandered around while in the wilderness for forty years (confident they did), however there's absolutely no track with this celebration inside the archaeological report. There's not really a simple trace of a campsite or even a camp-fire or even a grave or any other artefact which can be related-to that (relatively obvious fictional high) Biblical tale in Exodus.