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A Prodigal People

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A Prodigal People By Wendy Wippel “Grace” is a beautiful young woman who loves God. Who spent a year in London on Mission, serving and witnessing to London youth.  She came home with an unexpected medical issue, however. Really unexpected: a pregnancy. Which– distraught and devoid of resources– she ended in the same way that […]

I’m a Believer

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I’m a Believer By J.L. Robb Everyone wants a ”sign”. Well, maybe not everyone. Some really do believe in God based purely on faith; but others who don’t believe, might if they just had a sign. I hear this a lot, ”show me the beef”. That was me 40 years ago. Before I decided to […]

Lost in Translation

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Lost in Translation By Wendy Wippel John Tyndale (although he built on other’s work) is widely credited with giving us the world’s first English Bible, having given more than six years – and eventually his life—in the endeavor. Upside? Big One? His translation put the priceless words of God in the hands and hearts of […]

Tubal-Cain, Right on Time

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Tubal-Cain, Right on Time By Wendy Wippel The funny thing about the young-earth/old-earth argument is that no matter how many total years are postulated for creation (typically about 7000 for by young earth proponents versus nearly 14 billion years for old earth adherents) the Biblical record of humankind still matches up with the archaeological record. […]

The Black Swan

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The Black Swan By Pete Garcia Probably the three most contentious points of scripture are the Creation, Jesus Christ’s first advent, and His Second Advent. These are under more attack, by more agencies both inside and out of Christendom than almost any other. The truth is, very few people believe in an actual literal return […]

Rock of Ages

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Rock of Ages By Wendy Wippel You may remember that hubby and I went to England this year; one place we visited was the British side of the English Channel, famous for the White Cliffs of Dover. We paid $100 for a tour out to Dover, rather indulgent since the only motive was memories of […]

Kristallnacht

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Kristallnacht By J.L. Robb Abraham lived in the city of Ur in the land of the Chaldees, 4,000 years ago, not far from the biblical location of the Garden of Eden. He is considered the father of the Hebrew people. If anyone ever asks where the Jewish folk came from, that’s it. Abraham and Sarah. […]

How the Panda Got its Spots

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How the Panda Got its Spots By Wendy Wippel Just in from U.C. Davis: Crackerjack researchers there, recently announced that they have an answer to a question that has puzzled the minds of all humanity for centuries. Why the Giant Panda has both black and white spots?  (I know it’s top of my list and […]

King Solomon’s Mines

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King Solomon’s Mines By Wendy Wippel The book, King Solomon’s Mines (1885) thrilled its Victorian audience and established a new genre in literature: Lost Worlds. The premise of King Solomon’s mines – a source of limitless wealth gone missing, has intrigued generations since, revisited in books and movies and a TV miniseries. Despite the fact […]

God’s Chosen Language

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God’s Chosen Language By J.L. Robb The Jewish people are unique among all other people. They are also genetically different. Though we do not have DNA samples from Abraham 4,000 years ago in order to compare, there have been plenty of comparative genetic studies on Jews. It appears from these studies that there is a […]

A Heart of Wisdom

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A Heart of Wisdom By Wendy Wippel Luke predicted a time when Christians would be fair game for ridicule, persecution, and  even death. Today, anybody with eyes and ears and a news feed recognizes an increasing distaste for those who bear His name. You have to wonder, will faith endure till His return? New data […]

We Three Kings

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We Three Kings By Wendy Wippel What’s my favorite book of the Bible? No Contest. Daniel. Chock full of both history and prophecy, my all-time favorite topics. To me it is endlessly fascinating. It’s also a favorite of Bible skeptics. For sort of the same reasons: there’s lots of prophecy and history from which to […]

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