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  • What Mean These Stones

    “When your children shall ask their fathers in time to come, saying, What mean these stones? Then ye shall let your children know.” (Joshua 4:21-22) The poet George Santayana once said, “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to … Continue reading

  • Psalm 137

    1 By the rivers of Babel we sat, and there we wept, when we remembered Zion. 2 We hanged our harps upon the willows in the midst thereof. 3 Then they that led us captive, required of us songs and mirth, when … Continue reading

  • Building the ancient pyramids of Giza

    Paul v.L. from the Netherlands writes in response to How did they build the Great Pyramid?—an architect’s proposal: The French materials scientist Joseph Davidovits has a fascinating theory that the pyramids were (at least partly) constructed from in-situ cast “stones”. He … Continue reading

  • In Search of Joshua’s Ai: 11th Season of Excavations at Khirbet el-Maqatir

    EXCERPT We have just finished our first week of excavation at Khirbet el-Maqatir 9 miles north of Jerusalem in Israel’s West Bank. Dr. Bryant Wood and a team of 41 are staying at the Yad HaShmonah dig headquarters, while other friends … Continue reading

  • Psalm 102

    1 O Lord hear my prayer, and let my cry come unto thee. 2 Hide not thy face from me in the time of my trouble: incline thine ears unto me, when I call, make haste to hear me. 3 … Continue reading

  • Who Was the First Lumberjack?

    When you think of lumberjacks, do you think of these strong rugged men who chop down trees for a living?  Now days, many lumberjacks use power saws and heavy equipment to cut down trees to be used for lumber. Have … Continue reading

  • Psalm 79

    1 O God, the heathen are come into thine inheritance: thine holy Temple have they defiled, and made Jerusalem heaps of stones. 2 The dead bodies of thy servants have they given to be meat unto fowls of the heaven, … Continue reading

  • Kirk Cameron’s Monumental a Review

      When’s the last time you saw a Christian film that really breaks the mold of a Christian film? When’s the last time you saw a truly Gospel centered film that left you educated and encouraged in the work of … Continue reading

  • Jewellery Stores on the Moon

    The group of tourists is on the first commercial tourist trip to the moon. As they alight from their luxury space liner, a Hollywood celebrity spots a shiny nugget in the dust next to their designer moon boots. “Gold!” our … Continue reading

  • Atheists, Sin and Morality

    Earlier this week, we posted Making Sense of How an Atheist is Made and we have received several comments, one of which caught my attention and will respond to. From: el_loco_jp How do you account for all the immorality in … Continue reading

  • Mammoth Hunters – Who Were They?

    Picture yourself as part of a group of people that crossed over the land bridge of the Bering Strait and you migrate south towards a warmer climate.  You don’t have a lot of provisions and equipment because all you could … Continue reading

  • Where Do Gems and Precious Metals Come From?

    Gold, diamonds, and other precious metals and gems… they are found close to the surface of the earth where humans can mine them and make jewelry.  But they shouldn’t be there.  Heavy elements should have sunk deep into the core … Continue reading

  • Is Christianity Logical? – Part 1

    The so-called “new atheists” (Wolf, 2006) are exceedingly rabid in their bitter denunciations of Christianity. Indeed, the severity and ferocity with which they press their case cause the objective person to ponder, with Queen Gertrude, “The lady doth protest too … Continue reading

  • Jesus’ Claims to Deity

    It is one thing for a human being to claim to be divine. Many in history have done so. But it is quite another for such an individual to prove it. Jesus Christ stands out from all other persons who have … Continue reading

  • Fossils are Gospel Tracts from Noah’s Flood

    Joshua made a memorial by the banks of the River Jordan. The memorial was made of twelve stones—one for each of the twelve tribes. The stones were taken from the dried bed of the river. God had created a dry … Continue reading

  • Government Funding Religious Fanaticism

    The philosophies of tolerance and sharing the wealth are hallmarks of today’s liberal community in America.  They want everyone to get along and tolerate each other’s sexual and religious preferences,   According to them; none of us should treat anyone else … Continue reading

  • Who Built the Great Pyramid, and Why?

    No one knows for sure who built the Great Pyramid, but several theories have been proposed. Some think it is just another of the pyramids built by the Egyptians. Some think Adam and his sons built it before the Flood. … Continue reading

  • Points To Ponder About Noah’s Flood

    2 Peter 3:3—8 tells us that people who scoff at the Bible are “willingly ignorant” of the Creation and the Flood. In order to understand science and the Bible, we must not be ignorant of those two great events in … Continue reading

  • Has the Lost City of Atlantis Been Found?

    “I think we’ve found the best candidate for what was the beginnings of civilization,” said University of Hartford in Connecticut archaeologist Richard Freund on local NBC television news.1 A recently aired National Geographic television special that focused on Freund’s findings … Continue reading

  • Joshua’s long day

    Did it really happen—and how? by Russell Grigg The key question in any discussion about the meaning of difficult Bible passages is: What did the author intend to convey? Joshua records in great detail the occupation of Canaan by Israel … Continue reading

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