Hebron—A Tale of Biblical Scholarship and Archaeology

It’s no surprise that if there are no rocks that have been dug up then modernity’s skeptical approach wants to relegate Biblical narratives as a myth. The one aspect that needs to be stressed from an academic bias is that there is no unbiased scholarship—none; it doesn’t exist. For example, many skeptics will put forth …

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Jesus the Good Shepherd the Son of David

I have been reading through the different books of the Holy Bible. I figured if I am studying to be a theologian with a concentration in Sacred Scripture; I need to have read Sacred Scripture. To be honest, some of the books of the Bible are not page-turners. It took some time for me to …

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