Dead Sea Scroll Puzzle (?)

https://www.yahoo.com/news/dead-sea-scroll-remains-puzzle-171100266.html Some interesting news. But some words of advice. Never ask an archaeologist what something means, as you can see, they rarely know. The general aim of encryption in Qumran is not entirely clear," Ratzon and Ben-Dov wrote. "It generally seems that encryption was a means of conveying prestige to the initiated but not a … Continue reading Dead Sea Scroll Puzzle (?)

When You Do Christianity Right

Sorry for the delay in posting. This is an annotated version of the sermon we gave yesterday Our God-led inspiration for this sermon came from an article that talked about how Christianity is the most persecuted religious faith in the world. There is a reason for that status. Only true Christianity is of God and … Continue reading When You Do Christianity Right

Topics That Deserve Comment

As a Christian website, we do not turn a blind eye when other believers do things that cause an eyebrow or two to be raised. It is not that we are perfect. Instead, these people usually have gone too far in their words or behavior to not say something. We strive to make our comments … Continue reading Topics That Deserve Comment

Why We Study History 4

In this article we will not get as academic as the previous one. We will use common knowledge  only to mke a point about why the location of Tall- El-Hamman is not the biblical Sodom. Long-term readers will know that we have dealt on this subject before. They will also know that we used to … Continue reading Why We Study History 4

Why We Study History 3

We have mentioned the fact that when we study history and archaeology, we understand the bible a lot better. We also get the correct information to refute the unbelievers' arguments. We are probably going to get a little detailed here but it is important. We are going to start with the example of the camel … Continue reading Why We Study History 3

The Church & Religious Rights

We have an organization that follows our posts that deals in human rights. It is hard work and sometimes a dangerous task. The key to fighting for human rights is to make sure everyone has the same rights without sacrificing right and wrong, morality and immorality, and the difference between good and evil. When it … Continue reading The Church & Religious Rights

When is a Lie a Lie?

We are sure you have heard all the accusations hurled at believers when discussing theological topics with unbelievers, especially atheists. They love to pull out the lie accusation as if they have caught the believer in a willful attempt to deceive. Before we go any further, we have to admit that there are those believers … Continue reading When is a Lie a Lie?

3 Friends & 1 Mother-in-law

It has been a rough 12+ months. This past Sunday, we received a late night phone call informing us that a good friend of ours was close to death. We spent most of the night at the hospital and did not go home until he had passed away. We needed to be there for the … Continue reading 3 Friends & 1 Mother-in-law

Why We Study History- 2

We get evidence to support the historical Jesus. We came across this in a study course we got for our electronic library. It is by Dr. Craig Evens, a bible scholar we like. Here is what he said and we will quote it verbatim so nothing is lost. Introduction The name of Jesus occurs in … Continue reading Why We Study History- 2