Daily Archives: November 29, 2018

Calendar narratives — Triablogue

Flood stories were widespread in the ancient world. One distinctive of the biblical flood account is its use of dates. There are five dates in the Genesis flood narrative. This is remarkable, since those are the only dates in the … Continue reading

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Jews, Edomites and Khazars

Originally posted on Malcolm Nicholson:
Introduction In the Old Testament God gave promises to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob  that He would bless, prosper and multiply their descendants (Genesis 12:1-3, 15:1-20, 26:1-5, 17:1-16, 22:17-18, 28:13-15, 35:10-12). Many modern anti-Semites argue that…

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Holocaust deniers do not understand what the Holocaust was

Originally posted on Malcolm Nicholson:
An alternative title to this blog could be “Why some Holocaust revisionists need to read a book” because I have noticed that many of those who deny the Holocaust happened do not seem to know…

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The Lord’s Prayer and the Beatitudes

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Was John Chau a missionary Rambo? — Triablogue

http://www.dennyburk.com/mission-agency-clears-away-some-false-assumptions-about-john-chaus-mission-to-remote-tribe/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/2018/11/28/slain-missionary-john-chau-prepared-much-more-than-we-thought-his-case-is-still-quandary-us-missionaries/ via Was John Chau a missionary Rambo? — Triablogue

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The Caravan — Triablogue

Predictably the liberal media had a freakout over the fracas on the Southern border. Tear-gassing children! A few observations:i) From what I’ve read, most of the invaders were adult men. In addition, they threw rocks and bottles at border-control agents. … Continue reading

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When is a parallel a real parallel and not parallelomania? — Vridar

The question of parallels has been raised in different posts and comments lately on Vridar. Firstly, I questioned Joseph Atwill’s claim that there was a parallel between Jesus calling disciples to become “fishers of men” beside the “sea of Galilee” … Continue reading

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