Biblical Paleoarcheology

Psychoanalyzing Ham

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Article # 8 Archeology can easily identify the first city, which was enormous by comparison to settlements. It has a much more difficult time understanding why it was built. Irrigation is supposed to explain the transition from farming communities to cities but it falls short. Something much bigger is going on here. The first cities […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

The First Pottery

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Article #7 Pottery can tell us where early settlers lived and something about them. Although archeology cannot give absolute dates, it can contribute relative dating. Much good work has been done in and around Iran to provide us with a picture of the people who lived in the years before Babel and to the east […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Meet the Sumerians

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Article #5 Eridu was Babel, the oldest city known to archeology and the Bible. It was located in Sumer or Biblical Shinar, which is the plain of southern Mesopotamia in present day Iraq, at the mouth of the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers, just north of the Persian Gulf. The people who lived in Sumer are […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Which was the First City?

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Article #4 It matters how cities began. Strangely enough, the US is strongly divided between the politics of urban areas and that of rural areas. The moral values of New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, and Miami affect the rest of the nation. And don’t forget Hollywood. The first city of history had moral […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

I Believe in Noah

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Article #3 You believe in Jesus Christ, but do you believe in Noah? This is where many Christians are uncertain about their faith. Was Noah symbolic, a myth, or a real person? Rather than being negative and reactionary, I choose to teach through an affirmative approach. We push people away by attacking them and their […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Website Relaunch

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To those who have followed my blog posts in the past, I want to say, “thank you” for the encouragement, and I hope you will choose to stay with me. After a hiatus of more that I year, I want to start introducing the subject that has really been on my heart. Studying Old Testament […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Biblical Archeology

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Article #1 My years as a student at the state university and as a missionary in France brought me in contact with countless modern and ancient opinions that challenged my simple childhood faith. At the heart of the issue lies the mysterious time before history that has been casually overlooked or purposely avoided in the […]

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KMI 2020

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KMI 2020 Reality Therapy Workshop Iowa Park, TX, 21 February 2020 1. Introduction “What is real?” is a better approach that “What is true?” 2 Kings 6:15-17 Faith opens our eyes to what is real. James 4:14 Faith closes our eyes to what is not real. John 3:2, 7, 8, 12 Believing real-world events precedes […]