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Ashdod was the first large Philistine city to be uncovered by archaeologists. The excavation of the early 1960′s yielded a wealth of evidence about early Canaan and about the ancient Philistines, that bellicose people who smite and are smitten on … Continue reading
Jesus’ trial,the action of the Jewish leaders, and the alteration of the charge, are a source of much controversy. Eventually, the question has to be posed as to whether Christ was condemned to death by the Jews, as tradition has … Continue reading
The trial of Jesus. Was Christ condemned to death by the Jews, as tradition has held for so long, or was he really executed by the Romans as a political offender? By a strange irony of history, the surest thing … Continue reading
Messianism is the second great heretical tendency, following quickly on the heels, nipping at the ankles of puritanism. The first disciples of Christ held several extravagant notions popular among the persecuted jews of his time. In particular, they believed, Christ … Continue reading