The Great Inception Part 11: The Mystery of Inanna, Patron Goddess of Nimrod

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Looking at the values of our modern society, it’s no stretch to say that Inanna–Ishtar, Aphrodite, or Venus, if you prefer–is the spirit of the age. The values of Inanna—immediate gratification and sex with whoever, whenever—are considered more open-minded, tolerant, and loving than the virtues of chastity, fidelity, and faithfulness introduced by Yahweh long after Inanna was first worshipped as the Queen of Heaven.

The Great Inception Part 6: The Gods of Egypt Weren’t Egyptian

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By the time Moses arrived on the scene, around 1500 B.C., the Hebrews had been in Egypt for more than a hundred years. The days of Joseph serving as vizier to the pharaoh were long gone. The Hebrews had grown from an extended family of about six dozen to a couple million, but they were suffering under the rule of a nation that no longer valued their presence except as forced labor.