Tag Archives: Hebrew

The Gabriel Stone Goes on Display in Jerusalem

Also called Gabriel’s Revelation. The Huffington Post reports in typical sensational fashion: An ancient stone with mysterious Hebrew writing and featuring the archangel Gabriel is going on display in Jerusalem as scholars debate the inscription’s meaning. The so-called Gabriel Stone, said to have … Continue reading

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I Am Nothing Without Them

The French freestyle relay team stunned the world by winning the gold medal in the 4×100 meter contest by defeating the Americans. But there was another surprise. Fabien Gilot raised his arm in victory to reveal a moving tribute in … Continue reading

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On Reading the Whole Bible

A note to Biblical academics: I am always astonished to discover that there are some biblical academics who will admit that they have never actually read all of the Bible. Yet, it is often these very same academicians who harp … Continue reading

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