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  • Coin Found in Jerusalem Promoting Israel's Freedom

    Recently a 2,000 year old coin found in Jerusalem from the Bar Kochba revolt era has been revealed to the public. The inscription on the coin is interesting. On its face it reads "Year Two of the Freedom of Israel” and has a cluster of grapes. The back side depicts a palm tree and says Jerusalem. The coin is unique because it is the only coin found so far that is connected to the revolt and has "Jerusalem" on it. Of course it is important that it was discovered near the Temple Mount and City of …

  • America and China: Is God Essential?

    Here in America many ministries have actually increased their influence during the quarantine through the internet. China appears to be afraid of the same thing happening in their country.

  • We Are More Closely Related Than First Thought

    Have you had your DNA tested to find out your ancestry? I have and there were a couple surprises- like Middle Eastern traces in the mix. Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson is a creation scientist studying the human genome. His research has led him to conclude we are more closely related than we think and the world is a lot smaller than we thought. You can listen to his first lecture here on the Answers in Genesis channel. I highly recommend his lectures along with our book Noah which talks about the Uruk Exp…

  • Ancient Pigs Point to Noah

    Noah is thought to be a man of myth and his life story concerning the flood a bogus creation story. But discoveries in anthropology, archaeology and zooarchaeology have produced some interesting evidence for Christian believers. A recent article on the American Schools of Oriental Research website discussed the origin of ancient pigs. The article supports evolution but take a look where they've found the earliest pigs. It is in the region of Turkey and near the Syrian border, the area where some…

  • How Misunderstanding God's Sovereignty Can Keep You Sick

    Recently I read a discussion on the verbs used in Exodus 15:26. The discussion was between those holding an extreme sovereignty view and others wondering if the Hebrew language has a permissive tense for verbs. Dr. Robert Young the author of Young's Literal Translation of the Holy Bible claimed there was such a tense in the Hebrew and others have insisted there isn't. I decided to do a little research myself.

  • Assyrian Rock Carvings Discovered

    Last fall, 3,000 year old Assyrian rock carvings were unearthed in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. The discovery is an important one and a long awaited triumph. The stones were first seen in 1970, surveyed in 2012, but then were hidden before ISIS moved in. After Mosul was cleared, archaeologists got back to work. They believe Sargon is depicted on the relief with the gods and goddesses of Assyria. Sargon is mentioned in Isaiah 20:1. Why just once? The real question is why was he mentioned at …

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