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1482 Clyde Billington - Mask of Pan

Archaeologists found a bronze mask of the Greek/Roman god Pan at the decapolis city of Hippos/Sussita. Who was Pan and how did he relate to the biblical story? 49 more words

Archaeology News

This Unseen God is The Only One Worthy of Praise!

“For this God is our God for ever and ever; he will be our guide even to the end.” (Psalms 48:14 NIV)

Throughout the history of mankind, because we were created with a spirit of worship within, man has found something to worship–something they could attribute events they did not understand. 567 more words

Christian Living

Matthew 7:15-20: Receiving and Bearing Fruit

Matthew 7:15-20: Receiving and Bearing Fruit

May 7, 2015

Pagan gods demand to be carried while Yahweh carries his people. When we do the Lord’s work we are carried by God. 237 more words

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Searching for the Lady Well of Wombourne

One of the great pleasures in researching our sacred springs is the field work. In a world where the internet is said to have all the answers and this blog is just as responsible for forwarding the information, it might be surprising to find that not all the information is available.   1,093 more words

Holy Well Blog

Deity & the Divine: Patron Deities- The Pagan Experience

I’ve decided to move away from deity profiles for a while. Those that I have already written are the deities whom with I work the most and feel the most comfortable writing about. 531 more words

Pagan

ISIL's Most Recent Victims

New York Times: Reports of atrocities by the Islamic State never cease. Entire villages in northeastern Syria are being emptied of Assyrian Christians, with hundreds taken hostage and others made to pay a religion tax; priceless antiquities are destroyed in Mosul, Iraq, in a symbolic fight against pagan gods; Egyptian Christians are beheaded in Libya. 63 more words

War

In the shadow of a giant...St. Augustine's Well of Cerne

“Augustine and his worthy companions were wandering through an empty land, where no water was. Heat and drought and weariness weighed on them… True, Augustine had drunk too copiously of that sweet well which flows to eternal life for him to hanker after those earthly wells where those who drink will thirst again; nor did he take much pains for the food that decays, being nourished instead by that which endures in life eternal… But then he thought how good it would be for the land to be flooded by the goodness of heaven, sparkling with the true spring of life. 1,077 more words

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