Dead Sea Scrolls Text Revealed with New Technology

Dead Sea Scroll Fragments

For decades since the Dead Sea Scrolls were found, dozens of tiny fragments of the manuscripts have appeared blank. But archaeologists have used Nasa technology to unveil script on the fragments. It has opened the door to see text that previously was indistinguishable from the parchment paper they were written on, which has darkened with age. The…

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The Left Behind Author is Digging into Biblical Archaeology

Left Behind author, Jerry Jenkins, publishes his new book, Dead Sea Rising

From our favorite #1 New York Times bestselling author, comes a new work of Christian fiction grounded in archaeological and historical facts. Left Behind author Jerry B. Jenkins is shaking things up in the mystery genre with a new work that will be digging into ancient times. Taking you all the way back to 2000…

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Frank Turek On Why the Bible Doesn’t Cover Everything

Speaker and author Frank Turek

From the surface view, the Bible appears to have some pretty major gaps. What about all of the other people groups in the world, such as the Chinese or Indians and the multitude of story lines that played out in other countries? Why doesn’t the Bible explain dinosaurs? Where were the Vikings or the Native…

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William Tyndale and His Calling to Translate the Word of God

Bible Translator William Tyndale

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” – John 1:1 How did an inexperienced clergyman without peerage or fortune, become one of the most important and influential people in all of Tudor England? Graduating from Oxford and Cambridge, young William Tyndale was the chaplain of…

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The Re-created 95 Theses from the Reformation

Martin Wrote the 95 Theses

Here are all the re-created “95 Theses” for your reading! The letter that started the Reformation, written be Martin Luther himself in 1517. Enjoy! When our Lord and Master Jesus Christ said, “Repent” (Mt 4:17), he willed the entire life of believers to be one of repentance. This word cannot be understood as referring to…

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Bethlehem Christmas Cave

The Christmas Cave Bethlehem

Away in a Manger  The time-honored traditions of Christmas are dear to the hearts of Christians today. The story of the first Christmas recaptures the imagination as it is retold year after year in Bible readings, carols, Christmas pageants.  Away in a manger, no crib for a bed,The little Lord Jesus laid down his sweet…

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Thank You, Phoebe

Cencherea beach of Footsteps of Paul Cruise

Apostle Paul Visits Cenchrea The Apostle Paul and his companions visited Cenchrea after nearly eighteen months of ministry in Corinth, during the his Second Journey. He mentioned a woman named Phoebe in Romans: I commend to you Phoebe our sister, who is a servant of the church in Cenchrea (or Cenchreae) that you may receive her…

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Ancient Celestial Calculator

Timepiece

Astronomical Timepiece Discovered In 1900, off the Greek Island of Antikythera, an ancient timepiece dated from 250 B.C. was discovered in the ruins of a shipwreck. This artifact, called the Antikythera mechanism, is the most sophisticated mechanism known from the ancient world. Found housed in a wooden box, the device is a complex clockwork mechanism composed of…

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Paul’s teaching starts riot in Ephesus

Ephesus on Christian Tour

Merchants go berserk with the preaching of the Gospel Old news?  Yes, it was the headline in Ephesus over 2000 years ago. In the New Testament book of Acts it’s recorded that the Lord caused a riot to break out among those who sold idols and pagan works of the goddess Artemis. A group of…

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Reformation Day: A day worth celebrating!

Reformation Day

Happy Reformation Day! When the world is celebrating haunts, ghouls and the evil that surrounds us, we as Christians can cling to a history rich in bold leaders contending for the faith.  Today is one such instance, a day to celebrate, a day to remember, Reformation Day!  Over 500 years ago in 1517, Martin Luther’s 95…

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