Tag Archives: Biblical

Talk on Science and Archaeology

By Dr Aren Maeir:  

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When God Was Silent

The Jewish and Christian crucible years. At Aleteia: The historical period that I am presently working on — roughly 200BC through 150AD — has a claim to rank among the most significant in the history of Western religion, a critical … Continue reading

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Rumors Abound but God’s Protection of Israel is No Fable

“A land that the Lord your God cares for. The eyes of the Lord your God are always upon it, from the beginning of the year to the end of the year.” (Deuteronomy 11:12) Breaking Israel News: Over the more … Continue reading

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A Fly Over 9 Important Biblical Archaeological Sites

This is a great video by SourceFlix.com with a fly over of nine important biblical sites.  

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Hoard of Jewish Revolt Coins Discovered Near Jerusalem

The World of the Bible: On the outskirts of Jerusalem, near the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Highway, Israel Antiquities Authorities (IAA) archaeologists uncovered a trove of bronze coins dating back to the Year Four of the Jewish Revolt against Rome (around 70 … Continue reading

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The Forever Bible

Using Space Age nanotechnology, it even floats on water…  

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The Nations Surround Me; In The Name of G-d They Will Be Struck Down

On Cranmer’s Blog: In today’s synagogue service, Jews throughout the world will read the opening chapters of the book of Deuteronomy (1:1-3.22). Verses 1:41-44 recount the Jews’ response to the admonishment of Moses: Then you [the Jews] answered and said … Continue reading

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An Ancient Tomb Meets a Modern Horror

The Wall Street Journal. The ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh, once the most powerful capital of the ancient world, has special importance for anyone familiar with the Bible. It was the setting for the book of Jonah, a place to … Continue reading

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Archbishop Welby’s Unity Plea to Pope Francis Over Women Bishops

The Archbishop of Canterbury has written to Pope Francis in a plea to prevent the ordination of women bishops from derailing plans for the eventual reunification between the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches… Archbishop of Canterbury insists differences over women … Continue reading

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