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In this podcast you'll find recordings of ancient and modern writings that are directly relevant to "The Ancient Tradition" Podcast (see theancienttradition.com), a podcast which aims to reconstruct, from the evidence available in the ancient record, the original religious tradition given to human beings "in the beginning". 

The Ancient Tradition: Audio Writ Jack Logan

    • Religion & Spirituality
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In this podcast you'll find recordings of ancient and modern writings that are directly relevant to "The Ancient Tradition" Podcast (see theancienttradition.com), a podcast which aims to reconstruct, from the evidence available in the ancient record, the original religious tradition given to human beings "in the beginning". 

    The Kesh Temple Hymn

    The Kesh Temple Hymn

    The Kesh Temple Hymn stands as one of humanity's oldest preserved literary treasures, originating in the city of Nippur nestled in ancient Mesopotamia, present-day Iraq. Unearthed by archaeologists from the University of Pennsylvania during excavations in the 19th century, the hymn, inscribed on clay tablets, dates to the Early Dynastic IIIa period, circa 2600-2500 BCE.The hymn's significance lies not only in its antiquity, but in the elaborate description it provides of the temple's pivotal ...

    • 17 min
    The Epistle to the Hebrews, Chapter 1 (Exegesis)

    The Epistle to the Hebrews, Chapter 1 (Exegesis)

    In this episode, Dr. Logan delves into the treasures concealed within the Epistle to the Hebrews, Chapter 1, uncovering remarkable textual evidence of The Ancient Tradition.Join us for this episode and visit us on the web at theancienttradition.com and www.youtube.com/@theancienttradition for more amazing comparative religion.

    • 28 min
    The Book of Joseph and Aseneth, Chapters 19-29

    The Book of Joseph and Aseneth, Chapters 19-29

    • 25 min
    The Book of Joseph and Aseneth, Chapters 1-18

    The Book of Joseph and Aseneth, Chapters 1-18

    • 42 min
    The Osiris Myth

    The Osiris Myth

    The Osiris myth was one of the most prominent and influential myths in ancient Egypt; it permeated virtually every aspect of ancient Egyptian life. While a singular manuscript of the myth remains elusive, allusions to the myth are abundant in a number of ancient Egyptian sources including the Pyramid Texts, the Coffin Texts, and the Book of the Dead. In the early 1900s, Scottish journalist and folklorist, Donald Alexander McKenzie, compiled the scattered elements of the myth into ...

    • 21 min
    The Epic of Anzu

    The Epic of Anzu

    In the Babylonian rendition of the Epic of Anzu, known as the Anzu Myth, drawn from tablets unearthed in the ancient Assyrian cities Nineveh, Tabisu, and Sultantepe, dating to the 7th century BC, the tale recounts the exploits of Anzu, a fearsome creature with the body of a lion and the wings of an eagle. Driven by a thirst for supremacy, the monster Anzu brazenly steals the Tablets of Destiny, the sacred emblem of kingship, from Enlil, the chief god of the Sumerian pantheon.Confr...

    • 31 min

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