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Herod the Great: The Rise to Power

Herod the Great Article #2: The Family Rises to Power The Civil War After decades of peace and prosperity, a battle began brewing between the two sons of  Salome Alexandra, Queen of the Hasmonean Jewish Kingdom. Both Hycranus II and Aristobulus II claimed they were the rightful heir to the Jewish throne. Without outside interference, it was […]

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Spong’s Spin On Copernicus

By Kyle Larson Spong On Copernicus (1473—1543) Throughout his writings and on his website, Spong lists several specific early modern scientists whom he believes sounded the death knell of orthodox Christianity. The scientists that Spong mentions are Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, Darwin, Freud and Einstein. As Spong goes through each of these scientists, he highlights a […]

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Bishop Spong’s Imaginary Conflict Between Science and Christianity

By Kyle Larson Internet atheists and agnostics are well-known for pitting science against religion. They argue that science gives us facts while religion offers only fairy tales. Therefore anyone who believes in religion is denying science. They are rejecting the thing that gave us airplanes, mobile phones, and vaccines. Is this really how it works? […]

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President of SES Speaks on Dr. Fernandes

Dr. Richard Land offers his own take on Dr. Fernandes’ teaching on: “The Death of Man and The Death of Civilization“. The subheadline is, “Student Represents SES Well at ISCA“. It’s fairly short but an interesting listen. Check it out at: How do Christians accept in one sense, but reject in a different sense, Nietzsche’s […]

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Biography of Bishop John Shelby Spong

By Kyle Larson The writings of Bishop John Shelby Spong have been very influential in the life and thought of the modern church. He has made it his mission to reform the modern church and make it more relevant to a post modern American society. For all his noble intentions, something along the way went […]

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