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  • How to Answer the Question, "Is this the Tribulation?"

    I'm not sure if it is comforting to know this, but it isn't the first time this world has been threatened with collapse. Archaeologists have discovered evidence pointing to the historic demise of the Byzantine Empire amid volcanic activity and plagues.

    But our present day situation seems more intense doesn't it? Is it just because it is happening to us? That it's not history we are reading but our headlines?

  • Has an Archaeologist Found the Face of God?

    I may have shared something about this before, but it is in the news again. I'm not sure how far this story is going to go, so here is a heads up. Prepare those young minds in your care!

  • Was Jesus Really a Carpenter?

    Matthew 13: 55 tells us Joseph, the man who took care of Jesus like a father, was a carpenter. "Is not this the carpenter's son? is not his mother called Mary? and his brethren, James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas?"

    Mark 6:3 tells us Jesus was a carpenter too. "Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joses, and of Juda, and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us? And they were offended at him."

    Seems like a yes, right? But archaeologists are wondering.

  • The Church: Its Path To Being Labeled Non-Essential

    In 2020 the world announced the Church was not necessary for life on a daily basis. Unfortunately many people agreed. Some were believers.

  • Researcher Discovers Israel and Judah May Not Have Descended From One Nation

    Two papers recently published by research fellow Mitka R. Golub supports the historicity of Bible names during the time of Jeremiah and the inscriptions detailing them. But Golub has also found what she thinks is a biblical contradiction.

  • Results of Ancient DNA Research Dead Sea Scrolls

    Scientists question the accuracy of ancient DNA taken from archaeological sites since it is contaminated by decay and elements like bacteria. But researchers recently decided to test the skins on which some Dead Sea Scrolls are written to try to identify their source of origin. The results may help to piece together their mystery.


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