Archive | July 8, 2014

More Archaeological Support for the Bible?

For the better part of the past thirty years, being a conservative biblical archaeologist wasn’t very popular. The prevailing wisdom was that the further back in time the biblical narrative goes, the more fictional it becomes. Most scholars questioned whether there ever was a united Israelite monarchy, and whether David and Solomon were anything more than the ancient Jewish […]

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The Souls Which I Have Made, by Abraham Kuyper

2. The Souls Which I Have Made There is subtle charm about the thing that we have made, and this is by no means always because of its intrinsic value, but rather because we have made it ourselves. He who has studied portrait painting and for the sake of perfecting himself in his art copies […]

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