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The Trials of Jesus

The Gospel accounts of the trials of Jesus before Annas, Caiaphas, Pilate and Herod have considerable agreement, and some interestingly unique statements. While all four accounts agree on the essential details of what happened early in the morning of Good Friday, only Luke records that Jesus was interrogated by Herod Antipas (see… 274 more words

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The Gihon Spring and Solomon's Wisdom

My previous post discussed the recently-completed excavations around Jerusalem’s Gihon spring. This spring was the water source for ancient Jerusalem.

The Gihon spring had one weakness. 324 more words

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Peru 2014, The Inca Culture, Part II

March 30 “It would take 4 days to walk the length of the local Inca Empire. It is roughly 150 miles in length. They had runners, who like the Pony Express, carried news across the empire. 661 more words

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The Great Commitment

In the last two verses of Luke chapter 14, Jesus talks about salt that has lost its flavor. Numerous explanations have been given us for how salt can lose its flavor, and some sound pretty close to accurate, while others do not (IMHO). 712 more words


Peru 2014, The Inca Culture, Part 1

The following is all taken from my journal, without which I would have already forgotten much of what I now share:

March 28 “We then went sight seeing, observing Inca remains all around Cusco. 447 more words

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Eight of the northern kingdom’s kings—including the notorious Ahab and Jeroboam II, whose reign was denounced by Hosea and Amos—have been verified archaeologically!


Archaeology keeps on confirming the Bible’s accuracy over and over again!!!

Archaeology and the Bible

By: Eric Metaxas|Published: April 3, 2014 12:30 AM

Speaking of facts, in the LATEST ISSUE of BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY REVIEW, Lawrence Mykytiuk of Purduedaily_commentary_04_03_14 asks and answers the question “HOW MANY PEOPLE IN THE HEBREW BIBLE HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED ARCHAEOLOGICALLY?’ 3,136 more words

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