he did start to neglect god by taking part with his wifes but he never stopped believing in god as when god is revealed to you it would b impossible to worship lesser spirits. sheba did not come from inside the earth, what other times in the bible does it mention a civalisation that lived underground?
when you look up the translation for the people of sheeba its a place in arabia and they are sometimes called sabeans
I didn't say queen of Sheba came from inside the earth. My argument is that Jesus perhaps was talking about a goddess (a re-introduction/resurrection of the feminity of god) we know he speaks in parables... There are goddesses in other texts that are said to live in the underworld. I also never said Solomon stopped believing in god. He did however feel there was something lacking in his religion. He often said it was all for vanity and vexation of spirit. He was always searching for more.
I think it is quite remarkable, as another poster said that Solomon thought queen Sheba wasn't human, as told in the Koran. I'm going to try find more from that version.
Edited by SpiritWriter, 05 December 2012 - 06:34 PM.