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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 […]

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Manetho

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What do you trust more, the Word of God or the writings of a pagan priest? The question is more relevant than you think, because conventional chronology was and still is based on the writings of an Egyptian priest. The entire concept of prehistoric man comes, not from science, but from Manetho.   After Alexander […]

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Jericho Revisited

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Professor John Garstang of Liverpool University excavated Tell es-Sultan, Biblical Jericho, between 1930 and 1936. Having discovered a partially collapsed mudbrick wall, he declared that the Bible was confirmed and the wall of Jericho had come tumbling down. Other sites showed similar signs of destruction. It was a no-brainer. The initial observations, however, were not […]

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Biblical Archaeology

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By the 1920’s, popular opinion, even in the US, was described by the expression “God Is Dead”, and those who believed in the historicity of the Bible were “roasted” and ridiculed as anti-intellectuals. Prohibition ended in failure and was appealed. Science had been producing physical evidence, such as skeletons of Neanderthal Man, to support the […]

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The Roasting Twenties

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Friedrich Nietzsche lived until 1900, which qualified him to be an excellent observer of the 19th century movements that resulted from the earlier Enlightenment, movements such as Darwinism and Marxism. Living in Germany, he was especially close to where higher criticism began. When Nietzsche said “God is dead”, he was just observing that “faith had […]

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Forgiveness

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But God… Just a small part of my brother Scott’s testimony. I made this video about 5 and a half years ago after God put it in my heart to have my brother transferred from UT, where he was in a maximum security prison, to OK. My brother was an unbeliever, well he knew he […]

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The Priest who Shaped a Nation

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Normally, the responsibility of a Jewish priest consisted of receiving the sacrifices and offerings from the people and offering them in the temple before God. They also took care of the maintenance and security of the temple, which was the one and only authorized place of ceremonial worship for the Jews. The priest Jehoiada went […]

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Two Calves Shy of a Legacy

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Around 886 BC, when the reformer Jehu arose, Baal worship was at its worst. Israel had lost its uniqueness. In the northern kingdom, Ahab had married Jezebel from Tyre and introduced all sorts of pagan worship into Israel. His son Joram was now on the throne. In the southern kingdom of Judah, Jehoram had married […]

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Life-Changing Events

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Many people, including myself, have had life-changing experiences. We have experienced a tragedy or a crisis that was so intense and personal that it changed the course of their lives. King Uzziah, for instance, insisted on offering incense in the temple, as only a priest had the right to do, and he was smitten with […]

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How to Blaspheme God

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The Iron Age changed the face of the world. Iron was not new, but the extensive mass production of iron was. When Tiglath-Pileser III took the Assyrian throne in 744 BC, he reorganized every aspect of the empire, from military to the arts. He created the first Corps of Engineers as a separate branch of […]