Tag Archives: Egypt

Famous Last Words: Jacob

The first particularly noteworthy case of famous last words in the Bible is that of Jacob. This particular case of famous last words, when taken in its entirety, takes place over more than two chapters of the Bible, and in … Continue reading

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The Power Of A Pattern

Yesterday night I went to watch a movie that I heard about from one of my friends who happens to be deeply involved with biblical research [1] in Southern California. This particular movie, “Patterns Of Evidence – Exodus,” decided to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pharaohs Of The Bible (4004-960 BC)

Pharaohs Of The Bible (4004-960 BC): A Unifying High Chronology Of Egypt Based On A High View Of Scripture, by Eve Engelbrite [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Author Blog Tours in exchange for an honest review.] … Continue reading

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Book Review: God’s Time Capsule: The Great Pyramid And Sphinx Of Gaza Egypt, Volume II

God’s Time Capsule: The Great Pyramid And Sphinx Of Gaza Egypt, Volume II, by Ralph Lyman This book is the third book in a series of three books by Ralph Lyman dealing with the chronology of ancient history [1]. In … Continue reading

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Book Review: In Search of Ancient Wisdom

In Search Of Ancient Wisdom, by Baz Cashin Although this book is called In Search Of Ancient Wisdom, it would have been an act of far greater intellectual honesty than the author of this pastiche of ancient mythology in all … Continue reading

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Beggar Thy Neighbor

One of the ways that one can tell that a scarcity mindset is in place is when there are actions taken that “beggar thy neighbor” instead of working together. When resources are plentiful enough to share, then the ability to … Continue reading

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Filed Away Under Lock And Key

Recently, a friend of mine who is a source of useful and often highly disturbing information about international affairs [1] sent me a piece of information about Egypt’s secret police [2]. I have written before on the troubles in Egypt … Continue reading

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Book Review: God’s Time Capsule

God’s Time Capsule: The Great Pyramid And Sphinx Of Giza Egypt, Volume 1, by Ralph Lyman A short (about 150 pages) but highly technical work filled with diagrams and photos (and even a few geometry proofs), this book is of … Continue reading

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What Glorious Things Are Spoken?

[Note: This message, and the last [1], were given at Legacy Institute on Sabbath, May 14, 2011, in Chaing Mai, Thailand.] One of the studies in the Bible I have conducted is about a group of people known as the … Continue reading

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The Amarna Letters: A View From The Other Side

The Amarna Letters (along with later Hittite letters from the same era) provide an unusual perspective on events that were once familiar to every schoolboy and are still a subject of considerable interest to me personally (and I hope to … Continue reading

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