Saturday, September 18, 2021

2,000 year-old “Emperor’s Road” discovered west of Jerusalem

According to the head of the excavation, Irina Zilberbod, the road was a “main artery that connected the large settlements of Eleutheropolis (Bet Guvrin) and Jerusalem” and is believed to have been constructed around the time of the Bar Kochba revolt (132-135 AD) or before. (for post and opinion click the headline link ...

More AI-Based Religions Rising Up

Greater cognitive awareness, improved moral disposition, and increased overall sense of well-being, and a hope of endless life ...

NYC Legalizes Third Gender ‘X’ on Birth Certificates, Mayor Signs Bill

Interesting how we invent words and symbols to fit an increasingly profane culture ...

Vice President Pence Tells Pastors: ‘Share The Gospel

nails and crown of thorns

SUNDAY STUDY: Why did Jesus Have to Suffer and Die?

In this age of Grace, we have such a candy-coated perception of sin that we’ve forgotten how much God hates it. He HATES it.

SUNDAY STUDY: Mother’s Day 2017

My beloved mother passed into eternal life on Thursday, May 11, 2017 in the evening ...

SUNDAY STUDY: The Rich Man and Lazarus

Death is God’s just consequence for sin. “For the wages of sin is death” (Romans 6:23). Because of sin, everyone has deserved death – eternal...

James Howard Kunstler: Imaginary Monsters And The Uses Of Chaos

But know this, that in the last days perilous times will come ...

Third Temple Closer Than Ever as Search Begins for Eligible Jewish Priests

Breaking Israel News: “The Temple Institute has initiated the second stage towards building the Temple: compiling a list of Jewish priests who will be...