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Dee Farrell

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  • 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.

  • Egyptian Mummy DNA Supports Biblical History

    A recent study has solved a 200 year old mystery. Well, only one mystery which then led to another the experts will probably never solve.

  • Christians: 3 Signs Your Identity Has Been Stolen

    In 2017, one person out of fifteen was affected by identity theft. In 2018 the number had increased and the crime became more sophisticated as data breaches exposed social security numbers. But there is an identity theft Christians are experiencing and few are aware of it.

    If you are a born again Christian, here are three signs your identity has been stolen.

  • Did Abraham Really Have Camels?

    Here is a fun question to ask if the conversation lags at your next get-together.

    Did Abraham really have camels?

    In Genesis 12:16 Abraham was given camels by an Egyptian king. “The king was good to Abram because of Sarai, and Abram was given sheep, cattle, donkeys, slaves, and camels.” Later Abraham's servant takes ten camels from his flock and heads out to get his son Isaac a wife. The problem is scholars believe camels were not domesticated in Canaan until much later.

  • Will God Answer the Prayers of Unbelievers?

    The quick answer is yes. And no. It seems to depend on the unbelief of the unbeliever.


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