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Creation at the Inauguration

Acknowledgement of God as Creator permeated the inauguration celebrations today in the US Capitol.

Copper Mine at Timna Shows Solomon's Power

Continuing discoveries in the Timna Valley in southern Israel near the Gulf of Aqaba show the widespread and dominant influence of Solomon's kingdom.

Christianity Could Help Scientists’ Moral Concerns

When all else fails, look to the Word of God.

Christmas Star Remains Mysterious, But Something Real Happened

Theories rise and fall about the nature of the star that led the wise men to Bethlehem, but the fact remains: they saw something, and came on time to see Jesus.

Biblical Archaeology Finds to Watch

Are Moses and Jesus corroborated by extra-Biblical artifacts? Here's the good and the bad about two interesting yet controversial finds.
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Church of the Holy Sepulcher Repairs Underway

The alleged site of Jesus' burial and resurrection is being opened for the first time in centuries.

Anti-Biblical Bias Shaped Geological Opinion

Geologists resisted evidence for catastrophic flooding because they wanted to distance themselves from Genesis.

Joshua Was Right about Hazor

Broken statue pieces from Tell Hazor indicate the Bible was right about the importance of this archaeological site in Israel.

Immorality Collides With Nature

When all else fails, get out the Manufacturer's manual. Better, do it before all the trouble starts.

Church in the Twitter Age

Can the Bible speak to a culture enmeshed in Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram?

Arad Texts Confirm Widespread Literacy in Judah

Analysis of 16 texts written on pottery shards confirm that ordinary people were literate in Old Testament times.

Psychiatry Ascribes Empty Names to Clusters of Symptoms

Schizophrenia doesn't exist. People exist with various behaviors, but schizophrenia is an empty label, an expert says.

Science Requires Godly Values

Much as they try to evolutionize religion, scientists recognize that Biblical values are essential for science.

Biblical Name Found on Pottery

An iron-age pot at a fortress south of Jerusalem is inscribed with the name of King Saul's successor at the time of David.

Lost Civilizations: Human History Hidden in Plain Sight

New imaging techniques have revealed extensive ancient human settlements in two very different remote environments.
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