Does Biblical Archaeology Confirm Israel Conquering The Promised Land?

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Introduction Most fans of biblical archaeology are familiar with the 2001 work, “The Bible Unearthed”, by┬áIsrael Finkelstein & Neil Asher Silberman. This powerful work takes on the great task of examining and interpreting archaeological data from various locations and time periods familiar to the Old Testament. Both of the authors, Finkelstein and Silberman, are world … Read more

Exodus: Gods and Kings – Movie Review

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This review has been long overdue, about a year exactly. However, after watching the movie I felt compelled to give an accurate assessment so others could form a valid expectation and decide whether or not they wanted to watch it, now that it is free on Netflix. Directed By: Ridley Scott. Starring: Christian Bale, Joel … Read more

Moses and the Calf Incident at Sinai

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Has anyone actually read the story that we call the “Ten Commandments?” Its one of my favorite reads of all times. It’s not because the tablets are really that cool….or the endless amounts of debauchery that was happening at the foot of Mt. Sinai. It wasn’t even how BA Moses was when he threw the … Read more

5 Reasons Why The Old Testament Is Never Boring

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If your like me (which means you should be on the top of many prayer lists) then you may also enjoy reading the OT, also known the first covenant. I know it might be long, and boring, and possibly a little strange, but here are 5 reasons that might change your mind about the OT being boring.

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Stewardship and Tithing

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What are your thoughts? Is tithing a NT mandate? Is it necessary to give 10% to the church? Is it just an OT issue? Does the church really need our money? Before we get into the nitty gritty, here some videos about tithing that should make you laugh.

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