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A Few Good Links

06 Nov

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you may not know about and need to check out:

#1. http://www.lifeandland.org/2015/08/tour-of-biblical-greece-with-new-york-school-of-the-bible/

Written by Gordon Franz a friend I have not heard from or seen much from recently. If anyone has any updates onhim please let us know.

#2. http://davelivingston.com/index.htm

A site originally run by the late Dr. Livingstone and now run by his family

#3. http://antiquity.ac.uk/

a review and journal on archaeology

#4. http://www.ancient-origins.net/general

a good non christian website full of information believers can use to fight secular theories and ideas.

#5. http://christiannews.net/

news about Christians

#6. http://www.ancientjewreview.com/

A Jewish Journal on Ancient times

#7. http://www.patternsofevidence.com/en/

Home page of the movie Patterns of Evidence, a movie about the Exodus

#8. https://theird.org/

commenting on issues affecting the church

#9. http://www.accordancebible.com/store/details/?pid=ACCS+Complete&cart_action=add&cart_type=wishlist&cart_pid=ACCS+Complete#ACCS_Complete

It seems to be a good commentary set.

#10 http://stonehengeusa.com/?redirect=false

America’s mystery structure

#11 http://www.odysseyadventures.ca/articles/stone-circles/article_stonecircles.htm

Scotland’s version

#12 https://sacredsites.com/europe/malta/temples_malta.html

Malta is not to be left out

#13 http://bibliobloglibrary.com/?q=tag:283

a reference library

#14 http://www.smithsonianmag.com/ist/?next=/

A good magazine that sadly is biased against Christians and Christianity

#15 http://www.bibleinterp.com/

a good source on scholar’s thinking, very rarely christian

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