Brett

Reseacher & Writer with a BA & MA Theological & Historical Studies. Telecommunications Engineer with Electronics Diploma and Numerous Certifications.

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Ancient Mystery of the Teraphim

Over the centuries, the precise definition of the Hebrew word “teraphim” has eluded scholars.

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A Common Sense Analysis of the Qur’an

Throughout the centuries and progressing into the twenty first century, Muslims will make outlandish claims regarding the origins of the Qur’an. Despite the lack of any credible historical evidence, these myths have been perpetuated for nearly thirteen hundred years. Now, the ebb tide has turned, with advanced textual studies the ancient myths surrounding the Qur’an’s …

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Speed of Light Slowing Down?

Article originally published by Chris Bennett in: http://www.wnd.com/2004/07/25852/  The theory of evolution requires unfathomable lengths of time – eons … billions and billions of years. Even with all that time, it’s still hard to imagine how complex biochemicals such as hemoglobin or chlorophyll self assembled in the primordial goo. But to those of us who …

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Book of Nehemiah Found Among the Dead Sea Scrolls

Article originally posted in:  http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/march-2012/article/book-of-nehemiah-found-among-the-dead-sea-scrolls Finding evidence of the Biblical book among the scroll fragments has eluded scroll scholars, until now.   The celebrated Dead Sea Scrolls, first discovered in 1948 in the caves adjacent to the ancient site of Khirbet Qumran near the Dead Sea, are known to represent the earliest known texts of …

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Ancient Builders Created Monumental Structures that Altered Sound and Mind

Originally posted by Popular-Archaeology.com on March 5, 2012 Some ancient monumental structures were built to manipulate sound for sensory and mind effects, suggests recent research. The results of recent research suggests that ancient, or prehistoric, builders of the monumental structures found in such diverse places as Ireland, Malta, southern Turkey and Peru all have a …

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Muslims Converting to Christianity

Book: 200,000 Muslims convert to Christianity Is Jesus Christ Reaching Out to Muslims Through Their Dreams?   Famous Muslim Leader accept Lord Jesus Christ….Dr Daniel Shayesteh     Muslim near death experience sees Jesus (Isa) becomes Christian http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=0TC-TLFYNCQ#t=852s Muslim near death experience sees Jesus (Isa) becomes Christian http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL2CEA0814BA56971A&v=0TC-TLFYNCQ&feature=player_detailpage#t=101s   More Than Dreams 1/5 – Ali …

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Timeline of Roman Tetrarchy (284-313)

  November 284 – Diocletian Becomes Emperor.   “Diocles (Diocletian’s original name form) went on with a brief retelling of what had followed. He ended his harangue, pointing an accusing finger at Aper, with the words ‘He is the murderer.’ Aper reacted with the fury of a wounded lion. ‘He is the murderer, not me,’

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MUHAMMAD (A RACIST SLAVE TRADER?)

Astonishingly, thousands of blacks in the United States have converted to Louis Farrakhan’s “Nation of Islam.” Farrakhan and his predecessors have targeted black American men for their own racial war against whites, Jews, and non-black minority groups. Farrakhan has used deceit and blatant lies to ensnare the African community to fight his war. Those who …

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The Large Ships of Antiquity

by Larry Pierce.   Each generation produces a fresh crop of sceptics who are legends in their own minds. C. H. Spurgeon wryly said about such men in his day: ‘It is but the shallowness of his mind that permits him to see the bottom of his knowledge.’ 1 We should not be surprised that …

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Colossal Ancient Ships

ARCHAEOLOGY NEWSFLASH 301 brett, this news is from Jonathan Gray – www.beforeus.com I don’t know about you, but at school I found history – the way it was taught – rather boring. Mind you, I did like history – at least when at home, reading it for myself, enjoying the stories of peoples’ lives. Who …

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