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Noah, Finally Vindicated

  • April 11, 2018

Noah, Finally Vindicated By Wendy Wippel Science has recently announced, more than 3,000 years since the most ridiculed and “disproven” event in Scripture putatively occurred, that the famous flood that Noah and his sons survived to describe is now, incredibly, being scientifically supported. I kid you not. The news broke…

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Regret the Begets?

  • April 7, 2018

Regret the Begets? By Wendy Wippel I recently read an internet article entitled, “The Most Baffling Passages in the Bible, and What They Mean", penned by a women named Esther Inglis Arkell. The first of these “most baffling passages” ended up being -- in her words—the ones having to do…

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The Red Cross, Revisited

  • March 28, 2018

The Red Cross, Revisited By Wendy Wippel A 14' by 4' piece of linen in northern Italy genuinely appears (after exhaustive scientific testing), to contain a picture of the crucified Christ. The Shroud of Turin. But what about the Shroud of Oviedo? Their combined picture gives new significance to that…

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Crocodile Rock

  • March 21, 2018

Crocodile Rock By Wendy Wippel Joseph Campbell, the “father of comparative mythology”, considered the Scriptures themselves mythology, once saying that the Biblical story of Joseph should not be considered, in any way, shape, or form, historical. Sorry, Joe, but that dog won’t hunt. In fact, there’s more evidence for the…

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Booty from Ashes

  • March 14, 2018

Booty from Ashes By Wendy Wippel The love of this scientist’s heart? Molecular biology. But I have to admit, archaeology as a close second. I also have to admit that it’s really my fault that –having every one of the “Bones” books on my bookshelf-- my daughter will be finishing…

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The Birds

  • March 8, 2018

The Birds By Wendy Wippel The prime directive of Bible interpretation is to look at what the whole Bible says about a topic. Particularly with regards to prophecy, as all prophecy relates to God’s promises to Israel, and those promises were made, for the most part, not in Revelation but…

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Prophets of Clay

  • February 28, 2018

Prophets of Clay By Wendy Wippel The prophet Isaiah is known primarily as the prophet that predicted the coming of Jesus Christ to save mankind from their sin. (Also noted for being an extremely long prophetic book, at nearly 27 thousand words.) He lived about 700 years before Christ. Isaiah…

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There’s No Place Like Home

  • February 21, 2018

There’s No Place Like Home By Wendy Wippel Most of us know that God specifically gave the land of Israel to the Jews in Genesis 15:7. And that, nearly from the minute the words were spoken, (largely due to multiple mortal enemies in consistently easy reach), they’ve had kind of…

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Near East 911

  • February 14, 2018

Near East 911 By Wendy Wippel I lived through the Watergate era, but to be honest (I was 14 at the time.) had very little idea what Watergate was about until I finally saw “The Post” last week. Nixon, apparently, was fairly devoid of both ethics or grace. But God…

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Wherefore Art Thou, Sargon?

  • February 7, 2018

Wherefore Art Thou, Sargon? By Wendy Wippel If you’re like me, you hear the name Sargon and you think of an alien guy that appeared in a Star Trek episode in 1970. Sargon? Sounds like an alien name to me. In this episode, Kirk and crew answer a distress call…

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