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Noah’s Ark ‘buried in Turkish mountains’ as experts say 3D scans will prove Biblical ship’s existence

The location of the real Noah’s Ark may have been confirmed by relic-hunters in a remote mountain range. Experts claim they’ve snapped underground images of a mysterious ship-shaped object discovered half a century ago in eastern Turkey. Creationists have long claimed that Noah’s legendary boat is buried beneath the rocky spot, known as the Durupınar …

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Is Taking God out of Schools Leading to Increase in School Shootings?

About twenty years ago, I produced a story for D. James Kennedy Ministries on the subject of a school prayer case in Santa Fe, Texas. On the one hand, many parents and ministers were eager to promote godly influence in the school district. On the other hand, the judge ruled against such influence and did …

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Want to Learn about the Bible’s History? This New Card Game May be for You

One creative New Testament professor has come up with a way to make learning about the Bible’s history more engaging. Christian Today reports that Dr. James F. McGrath teaches a New Testament course at Butler University. He realized that students often came to his class with misconceptions about how the Bible was formed. McGrath considered this …

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Digging up Biblical History: Gath, Gaza, and Goliath

In the modern age, scholars have repeatedly discounted the Scriptures, especially the Old Testament, as just a collection of folk myths and fabrications. Many doubted the historical existence of biblical figures such as Abraham, Moses, Samson, even King David. But a funny thing happened—modern archaeology began digging up concrete evidence that the Old Testament stories …

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America – Why Didn’t Someone Do Something?

“There is no nation on earth powerful enough to accomplish our overthrow. Our destruction, should it come at all, will be from another quarter. From the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness and negligence.” Daniel Webster 1782-1852 Why didn’t someone do something? Those five words still haunt my thoughts …

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The Founders and the Presidents: A July Fourth Reflection

It’s time to watch fireworks displays, sing patriotic songs, and ruminate about our country’s rich heritage and history. It’s time to celebrate America’s national birthday. As we do so, we should recognize that millions of our ancestors, by their creative thinking, hard work, devotion to the common good, and personal sacrifices have helped make our …

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What We Lost When We Lost Our Hymnals

Few memories are as synonymous with church in my mind, as the sight of my mother holding up a raggety old red hymnal and singing to the top of her lungs the songs of Zion. Sadly, the number of children who are privileged to such memories in today’s world is dwindling with each passing hour; …

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E. S. Williams: The Azusa Street Veteran Who Led the Assemblies of God for 20 Years

Having just observed Pentecost Sunday, it is fitting to remember the Pentecostal testimony of Ernest S. Williams (1885-1981), who was the only participant in the Azusa Street revival to later become a general superintendent of the Assemblies of God (1929-1949). Known for his spiritual depth, he led the Fellowship during a period of significant growth …

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Purdue researcher verifies the existence of 53 people in Hebrew Bible

Lawrence Mykytiuk cannot document that everything in the Bible took place as written. But the Purdue professor says he can prove many of the people written about did, in fact, exist. “While some would put their hand on the Bible and really mean it when they take an oath, a few revisionist academics would throw …

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