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In The News: The Family Tomb

Note: This article was originally written in 2007. In the Talpiyot neighborhood of Jerusalem, in 1980, Israeli archaeologist Amos Kloner found a tomb and ossuaries (bone boxes) inside. He found the find interesting, but of no particular archaeological importance. Two … Continue reading

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Wisdom for Worry/ Answers for Anxiety

The word “anxiety” word is from a Latin word meaning “to strangle.” The word “worry” is from an old English word meaning “to strangle.” Adam Clark indicates that the Biblical word, merimnao, can be used of “dividing or distracting the … Continue reading

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Ethics: Sex (Part 2)

America’s view of homosexuality has radically changed through the years. Did you know that at Valley Forge Lieut. Enslin was court-martialed for attempting sodomy with a soldier, John Monhort? George Washington wrote that he “approves the sentence with abhorrence and detestation … Continue reading

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