Cherubim about to be
destroyed by ISIL
One of our main objections to Christadelphianism is that the Bible is inspired by ancient pagan religious belief and not by a supernatural god; therefore the Bible is not to be trusted. Ex-Christadelphians rely on the abundant archaeological evidence and discoveries in the Ancient Near East (ANE) to demonstrate the truth of our claims.
For example this evidence proves that the early chapters of Genesis are riddled with pagan themes derived from Sumer, Chaldea, Assyria, Babylon and elsewhere in the ANE.
ISIL terrorists are now systematically destroying the rich archaeological heritage of Iraq and Northern Syria, as can be seen in the video below. Christadelphians should rejoice and Ex-Christadelphians should weep to see these precious artefacts destroyed. ISIL is eliminating evidence that the Bible is fake.
For example watch the video at 54 seconds. It shows a large Assyrian Cherubim (four legged figure with human head) about to be wrecked. In the ancient pagan world Cherubim acted as guardian angels to protect sacred sites and temples. We find exactly the same pagan idea in Genesis:
"So (God) drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life." - Genesis 2:24 (KJV)
Every time ISIL destroy a piece of ANE archaeology they may help to conceal the pagan origin of the Bible and assist the Christadelphians to maintain their fiction that the Bible is supernaturally inspired.